As healthcare professionals battle COVID-19 across the world, many of us are stuck at home, either working from home or studying through online classes. For the safety of ourselves and others, the best way for us to help is to continue practicing social distancing.
However, even for bookworms, reading all by your lonesome can get a bit monotonous when faced with being home for extended periods of time. To help, we’ve compiled a list of things book lovers can do while staying at home!
You’ve finally written the next great American novel, or at least your version of it. The book you know needed to be written, the book that you know will help everyone who reads it, the book that makes a difference, the book that you wished you had had a long time ago. You’ve finally done it. Now what?
You get it published. I know, I know, easier said than done. That’s why we’re here to help! We’ve compiled a list of five things we think you should know about getting your work published.
March 2nd is Dr. Seuss's birthday, but it's also National Read Across America Day, a holiday that celebrates the joys of reading! The day also brings awareness to the importance of literacy and advocates the National Education Association's (NEA) mission of motivating kids to read more.