Books · Holidays

5 Ways To Win A Bookworm’s Heart This Valentine’s Day

Are you having trouble deciding on a gift for your bookworm this Valentine’s Day? Well, we’ve got you covered with five unique ideas that are sure to warm any booklover’s heart! Don’t just buy your significant other another Barnes & Noble gift card. Give them something from the heart instead.  With these ideas, they’re sure… Continue reading 5 Ways To Win A Bookworm’s Heart This Valentine’s Day

Self-Care

5 Ideas For The Ultimate Cozy Night In

If there’s a gal who can practice hygge like a pro (the Danes, that is), it’s a literary lady. And after a long work week, nothing is quite as refreshing as a cozy night at home. That’s why we’ve rounded up a few of our favorite ideas for creating the ultimate night in. (You can… Continue reading 5 Ideas For The Ultimate Cozy Night In

authors · Books

Read An Excerpt From An American Marriage By February Author, Tayari Jones

We’re so excited to send out February boxes featuring the much-anticipated new release, An American Marriage, by Tayari Jones. Based in Atlanta, newlyweds Celestial and Roy set out on a bright, adventurous path together. But their cherished American Dream comes to an abrupt end when Roy is sentenced to 12 years in prison for a… Continue reading Read An Excerpt From An American Marriage By February Author, Tayari Jones

Books · Movies

5 Books Being Made Into Movies This Year

Cozy Readers, what are your thoughts on books vs. movies? While we’re firm believers that the book is always better, that certainly doesn’t stop us from grabbing some popcorn on our way into the theater. In fact, we’ve already started marking our calendars for some of the most-anticipated movies based on books in 2018. Here… Continue reading 5 Books Being Made Into Movies This Year

Books

5 Tips To ‘Bookworm’ Harder In 2018

Cozy Readers, is life getting in the way of your reading game? We get it. Life can throw a lot at us, and lately it’s really been chipping away at our total bookworm status. We haven’t been by a bookstore in daaaaays, we haven’t lit our “old book” candle, and our laptop bag is so… Continue reading 5 Tips To ‘Bookworm’ Harder In 2018

Books · Travel

5 Book Festivals We’re Looking Forward To This Spring

With winter halfway over, we’re making plans for Spring (book plans, that is!). Plus, we’re ready for a little Spring Break, to boot. That’s why we’ve rounded up five book festivals we can’t wait to attend in the coming months. Plus, these festival cities double as vacation destinations. Get to bookin’, Cozy Readers! 1) Savannah… Continue reading 5 Book Festivals We’re Looking Forward To This Spring

Monthly Boxes

January 2018 Cozy Reader Club Box Revealed

For the first box of 2018, pour a cup of some amazing coffee, slip into a luxurious warm bath for a relaxing reading session, give your tastebuds a little vanilla dream and finally give your skin the nourishment it deserves. Get ready for some sweet, sweet ME time.     For January, we chose the… Continue reading January 2018 Cozy Reader Club Box Revealed

authors · Books

Spoiler Alert! The February Book Is…

For February, we have chosen another highly anticipated novel for you: An American Marriage, by Tayari Jones. Named as one of the "Most Anticipated Books for 2018" by Bustle and Bookriot and "21 Books We're Most Excited to Read in 2018" by Elle, the novel explores the after effects of a wrongful imprisonment, racial injustice and… Continue reading Spoiler Alert! The February Book Is…

Books · Self-Care

5 Non-Fiction Books To Help You With Your New Year’s Resolutions

We can hardly believe that we’re almost to February, Cozy Readers! How many of you are still going strong on your New Year’s Resolutions? *crickets* We get it. Life gets messy and our New Year’s goals get cast aside. But that’s OK because we’ve rounded up 5 books that are certain to give you that… Continue reading 5 Non-Fiction Books To Help You With Your New Year’s Resolutions

Books

5 YA Novels For Lovers Of Women’s Fiction

Oddly enough, some of the recent popularity in YA novels can be attributed to, well, adults. The Atlantic reported in December that more than half of today’s YA readers are over the age of 18. And who can blame them with popular authors like John Green and Rainbow Rowell behind books that are being turned… Continue reading 5 YA Novels For Lovers Of Women’s Fiction