photo by Jo Szczepanska We're all familiar with the old adage, "Don't judge a book by its cover." This applies to used books too. The scuffs, scrapes, and tears acquired by books have no bearing on the quality of the content inside. If anything, the fact these old books have weathered hard times and survived [...]
Reading is such a massive part of our lives. We read all day long, either books, newspapers, magazines, emails, texts, blogs, social media content, food containers, and more. Behind all the magic of interpreting and understanding the content and context, is our eyes. Eyes are our window to the world. Making some simple changes in your surroundings and habits will keep your eyes healthy and wide open for an all night read-a-thon. DiscoverBooks.com reached out to an eye doctor and searched for reliable sources to assemble this list of recommendations.
Spring is early this year. March 20, 2020 was the earliest spring equinox in 124 years thanks to leap year mathematical magic. Spring equinox marks a day when the Earth is not tilted toward or away from the sun. What is the result? 12 hours of daylight - a completely equal day and night for [...]
Since today is the first official day of Summer 2016, we thought that we would have a little treat for our readers. We recently compiled a summer reading list for one of Hollywood’s most controversial celebrities. Some of you may love her and some of you may not, but you will definitely want to know what [...]