8 Free Books Every Intelligent Person Should Read- Via OpenCulture

Check out Neil deGrasse Tyson's list of his top books that all intelligent persons should read. Read voraciously.

Literary Mothers- via BookRiot

A list of some of our favorite fictional moms. Read Voraciously.

Preview: June TBR and May Reviews

  Hey all! Here is a quick look at my upcoming reads for June and my reviews for this month. If you haven't already, go follow me on Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest @readvoraciously. I'm trying to keep those social media outlets more exciting with posts of different things at different times that may not make … Continue reading Preview: June TBR and May Reviews

Reviving Bookstagram.

Hey all! So I wanted to write this post as a fully uninhibited plea to get you to follow me on my bookstagram account @readvoraciously. I let it sit for too long and it is time to post anew. I have a couple new photos up there that I am pretty proud of. One, in particular, … Continue reading Reviving Bookstagram.

New Theme on Read Voraciously

Hey everyone! I just refreshed the look of Read Voraciously! Come take a peek 🙂 Also, I'm trying to stay more active on Twitter and Bloglovin' and you can find the links to my accounts at the top left side of my homepage so come follow me there too! I promise to keep my Twitter … Continue reading New Theme on Read Voraciously

Book Review: Waking Gods by Sylvain Neuvel

—Please. We are in the midst of a pivotal moment in our history, one that could signal a new era of discovery, or put an end to us all. Picking up from the massive cliff hanger in Book One of The Themis Files, Waking Gods soars to new heights in its exploration of human nature and … Continue reading Book Review: Waking Gods by Sylvain Neuvel

The Arithmetic Behind Great Literature- via Scientific American

Who knew math and literature had much in common? Read voraciously.