The Art of Bookbinding and 5 Tips for New DIYers
Hey there, fellow bookworms! Have you ever wondered what goes into making a book and how to keep your favourite reads looking great for years to come? If so, you’re in luck because, in this article, we’ll be exploring the world of bookbinding and book preservation.
A Review of Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s “The Yellow Wallpaper”
It has been a while since I read this book and now only I thought of writing a review for it. “The Yellow Wallpaper” is an intense and scary read, categorised as horror, but it also explores themes of women’s role in patriarchy. I would definitely recommend it to someone, as it is an easy narrative to read, and the story can be finished in an hour or so.
From Tome to Screen: 10 Great Books Made into Movies That Everyone Should Watch
Books and movies have always been great sources of entertainment, and when they come together, it’s pure magic. Some of the best movies we’ve ever seen were adaptations of some of the greatest books we’ve ever read. From classics to modern-day bestsellers, there are countless movies made from books that everyone should watch.
Books to read in the Year of the Rabbit
The Chinese New Year is a time for family, friends, and celebration. As the holiday season approaches, it’s a perfect time to curl up with a cosy book and relax.
The Pillow’s Burden
Last night I went to sleep with a big heart and a heavy head;
The morning today, I thought “lighter” I felt!
Book Cover Proposal for “Dune” by Frank Herbert
This is my first time creating a proposal for a book cover. For this project, I chose a well-known science fiction novel: Frank Herbert’s “Dune.”