This May, as we celebrate Mental Health Awareness Month, we have rounded up these non-fiction titles focused on wellness that could fuel your curiosity, provide guidance to enhance your overall well-being, and help you navigate the uncertainties of life.
BookMarked is your source of all things related to books and authors. Get to know some of the latest news and updates from the trending book-to-screen adaptations. Read more on the blog.
The opening of Fully Booked SM City Grand Central is a testament that the country’s most complete bookstore continues to strive despite the challenges that the pandemic has posed for many retail businesses. Read more on the blog.
Aldous Huxley's Brave New World kept all the important beats of the story, the visuals worked well for the story, and overall the book feels like it was written as a graphic novel instead of adapted from an existing work. Read Clifford's review on the blog.
Though Book Lovers isn’t an adolescent coming of age story, it hits everything that makes those stories lovable: diving headfirst into new experiences, falling in love, discovering something that makes you see your life in a different light. Read Katya's review on the blog.
I knew from the get-go that this book is about the broken promise of motherhood. Reading This Book is Not about Benedict Cumberbatch is quite a trip. Any fan will find joy in this delightful memoir. Read Jowana's review on the blog.
Whether you will be spending a vacation on the beach, booking a city staycation, or just planning to lounge and chill at home, a good book on hand will always feel like a relaxing escape. Check out this month's Staff Picks: Summer Reads.
Literary classics have inspired readers through its imaginative prose, use of evolving language, and expression of beauty in the form of literary art. Here are some classic titles you should include in your to-be-read list in 2022.