What if the opening lines of your favorite books were rewritten to reflect the current pandemic? Writer’s Relief found this fun article at the NewYorker.com with classic first lines rewritten to reflect our days of quarantine! The novel A Tale of Two Cities, by...
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The first full week of May is Teacher Appreciation Week, during which we honor the educators who have made a positive difference in our lives. At Writer’s Relief we’re also celebrating fictional teachers we admire. Here are some of our favorite quotes by teachers...
One of the most wonderful, powerful things about books is that they allow us to walk in the shoes of people from different times and places and see the world from their points of view. Whether exposing racism, warning against too much governmental control, or...
Wondering what book you should read next? You're sure to find something that sparks your interest among these ten twentieth-century novels. All modern classics, each presents trail-blazing topics and worthwhile insights—worthy additions to any "must-be-read" list!...
It's time to test your literary knowledge! In honor of Women's History Month, we've compiled a list of female authors with their female characters. How many matches can you make? Characters: Katniss Everdeen Dinah Scout Finch Susie Salmon Kinsey Millhone Celia Bowen...
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