How does literary fiction redefine romance, opening us up to unconventional models of relationships? – Book riot | Bowluk

This content contains affiliate links. If you shop through these links, we may receive an affiliate commission. Contemporary romance novels have come a long way. Depicting second-chance romance, with a variety of characters and lightening of serious themes such as motherhood, career, race, etc., the romance genre does not equate to frivolous fluff as it … Read more

When We Stop Understanding the World Review: Haunting and Amazing – Vox.com | Bowluk

The Vox Book Club links to Bookshop.org support local and independent booksellers. Benjamín Labatut is haunting, amazing When we stop understanding the world, the Vox Book Club’s pick for March, is a book of cosmic awe and cosmic horror. Again and again it revolves around the connections between science and madness, science and beauty, science … Read more

When We Stop Understanding the World Review: Haunting and Amazing – Vox.com | Bowluk

The Vox Book Club links to Bookshop.org support local and independent booksellers. Benjamín Labatut is haunting, amazing When we stop understanding the world, the Vox Book Club’s pick for March, is a book of cosmic awe and cosmic horror. Again and again it revolves around the connections between science and madness, science and beauty, science … Read more

Perspective | How Fiction and Poetry Can Help You Cope with a Loved One’s Dementia – The Washington Post | Bowluk

Comment on this story comment On my way to Albuquerque for a vacation with my parents, I bought a used audio version of Nicholas Sparks’ The Notebook at a rest stop outside of Flagstaff, Arizona. Told mostly in flashbacks, the sentimental 1940s love story was entertaining enough to pull me through six hours of desert … Read more

Perspective | How Fiction and Poetry Can Help You Cope with a Loved One’s Dementia – The Washington Post | Bowluk

Comment on this story comment On my way to Albuquerque for a vacation with my parents, I bought a used audio version of Nicholas Sparks’ The Notebook at a rest stop outside of Flagstaff, Arizona. Told mostly in flashbacks, the sentimental 1940s love story was entertaining enough to pull me through six hours of desert … Read more