New Adult books and the message of love

Katie Hinderer | 01 February 2013

I understand reading can be a needed escape from reality. But I wonder what all these New Adult books will do to the minds and hearts of girls around the globe.

The problem with Fifty Shades of Grey

Katie Hinderer | 06 June 2012

Their argument is that Fifty Shades of Grey is merely a book and what’s the big deal if people enjoy it in the comfort of their own homes? Here are a few reasons I have a problem with Fifty Shades of Grey

Fifty Shades isn’t really so grey

Katie Hinderer | 05 May 2012

Fifty Shades of Grey is about to be 50% harder to avoid – or worse. Now, the best-selling ebook, which is nothing more than pornography thinly veiled as ‘literature,’ now has a movie deal.

SM: A return to the classics

Katie Hinderer | 06 April 2012

Most people I know wish they had more time to read good literature. With the internet and social media it is even easier to make sure I get in that bit of culture.

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