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About Stephanie Perry

Stephanie P. is a writer, editor, and blogger. Her secret shame is dystopian YA fiction. You can find her wherever the books and food are.

Love Libraries? Make Your Own Seattle Coloring Book

We love libraries, and we love coloring books. So we got really excited when we saw that the Seattle Public Library was creating coloring pages for every library branch. Then we got even more excited when we realized that this means you can make your own library coloring book! Find your favorite branch from the list of coloring pages below, or visit the branch in person to pick up a paper copy. To make your library coloring book, just print out all the pages below to make a complete set! (Well, almost complete — the Greenwood branch is closed for [...]

March 10th, 2017|Tags: , |

5 Literary Subscription Boxes to Treat Yourself

The holidays are over, yet there are still months of crappy winter weather howling outside your door. What could be better than treating yourself to a monthly delivery of books, reading-themed gifts and treats? No matter what your favorite genre is, we’ve got a delightful book subscription box just for you. One less reason to leave the house!   Novel Tea Club ($29.99/month) The Novel Tea Club comes in romance, fantasy, or young adult genres (you can switch genres from month to month, if you like). Each delivery includes a book, some fancy tea, and surprise extras that could include [...]

February 5th, 2017|

7 Beautiful Literary Coloring Books for Grownups

Coloring books aren’t just for kids anymore (take a look at our coloring book party guide if you don’t believe us!). And if you still need convincing that grownups can color too, check out these literary coloring books. Note: we are definitely not suggesting that students should break out the Crayolas in lieu of reading the classics. But we are suggesting bribing your favorite English teacher or librarian with them. Wuthering Heights: A Coloring Classic I’ll admit, I’ve never been a huge fan of Wuthering Heights. But I do like the rich details and swooping lines of these expressive illustrations. [...]

January 12th, 2017|Tags: , |