Around this time of year, Twitter users gather together by the fireplace of the World Wide Web to come up with some fabulously festive versions of their favourite books.
#NoelANovel has fast become the best bookish game to play with your followers and we at For Reading Addicts were excited to join in! We asked our readers on Facebook to come up with some of their own and this is what they have brought us…
Which was your favourite ‘Noel A Novel’? Is there a Christmassy book pun our Reading Addicts have forgotten? Let us know on Facebook or Twitter and use the hashtag #NoelANovel.
Surrounded by books carefully positioned to create magical, inspiring, and beautiful scenes, Elizabeth’s ‘Books’ is a wonderful Insta feed to scroll through. Check out some of our favourites below- and find more at her main Instagram page- Elizabeth Sagan.
It should come as no surprise that the people at Roald Dahl’s literary estate have teamed up with another British national treasure like Mr Kipling to bring us something extra special this Summer. Mr Kipling has been a part of British culture since 1967; a promise to be baker-quality produce, and their slogan “Exceedingly good cakes” helped make the company a household name by 1976. They first joined forces with the Dahl Estate last year but this time round they are rolling out the produce for every supermarket- and wholesale.
Spread the scrumptious love!
Take a handful of literary characters, mix with some light-hearted ribbing about the Tweeting style of the 45th president of the United States of America and the result is this…
A fabulous blog of fake, obnoxious, and hilarious literary Tweets.
We could’ve made so many of these but for now we have just these ten Tweets to tickle your funny bone.
Let us know if you have any more ideas on Facebook or Twitter!
We have all been there, right? When we are unable to remember how to spell a word and have to take a massive guess… Sometimes it works out- often it does not.
Here are 10 examples of when “Just spell it how it sounds” is actually terrible advice.
As News 5 Cleveland reports, Cleveland has one of the lowest literary rates in the country and studies have shown that 61 percent of low-income children do not have any books at home. Foos has taken over her parent’s basement and now collects books which are then sent to such children. Read More
From Lord of the Flies to Moby Dick, 1984 to Wuthering Heights, Wrong Hands explains each book in succinct and humorous fashion!