Things To Do at Home (When You’ve Done Everything Else)

Life is crazy right now, which you already know because you’re living it, too. It’s going to take a lot of effort to get through this with our sanity intact, but I know we’re up to the challenge. There are plenty of great posts out there already with ideas to keep you occupied while quarantining or social distancing, but can you ever have too many … Continue reading Things To Do at Home (When You’ve Done Everything Else)

Our Favorite Strong Female Characters

Today is International Women’s Day! So we here at the Lit Nerds thought we’d celebrate with a few of our favorite female book characters. Whether badasses, babes, or just adorable cinnamon rolls, we love our well-written women. If you’re looking for a way to celebrate, check out one of these ladies’ stories! Gideon and Harrow the Ninth Gideon the Ninth by Tamsyn Muir “How do … Continue reading Our Favorite Strong Female Characters

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The Only New Year’s Resolutions You’ll Ever Need

Chances are, at some point in your life, you’ve made a New Year’s resolution. Maybe you kept it, maybe as of mid-January you gave up and figured life was more about being happy than thin. We’re not here to judge. A new year is a time of new beginnings. It’s a socially contrived chance to fundamentally change something about yourself. After all, as they say … Continue reading The Only New Year’s Resolutions You’ll Ever Need

Get Hyped! The New Trailer Is Out And… Nothing Happens

Remember the last time someone had something important to tell you and then instead of just telling you what they could, they spent months telling what you already knew and expecting you to be excited about it and, you know what, you loved every damn second of it? Yeah, me neither. And yet, this is what those Hollywood sadists get paid the big bucks to … Continue reading Get Hyped! The New Trailer Is Out And… Nothing Happens

How Writing Bad Poetry Made Me a Better Writer

Love it or hate it, instapoetry is the literature buzz of the moment. Whether or not it’s real poetry or a valuable literary asset is an argument for another day, and believe me, plenty of people have made those arguments. No matter what instapoetry is, there’s no denying that it’s popular. Rupi Kaur and her peers have sold millions upon millions of self-published books, and … Continue reading How Writing Bad Poetry Made Me a Better Writer