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WALLS OF BOOKS IN EVERY ROOM OF THE HOUSE.

Excellent photo portraits of famous authors. (And their dogs, in the case of Faulkner.)

ELIZABETH: So look, we only came to Pemberley because my aunt and uncle wanted a sticky beak and…whoa.
DARCY: What?
ELIZABETH: This is a GROUSE pergola.
Pride and Prejudice for Australians.

7 things to expect when you date a reader.

Can you guess the classic house in literature from these imaginary real-estate listings?

'Squeeze', 'sashay' and other words that started out as errors.

A Canadian author, a farmer, and a First Nations teenager went fishing. The Canadian literary scene joke book.

Bookish beauty tips.

Great literary feuds of history.

29. A sassy witticism that actually makes no sense
30. A smell that is gross but pleasant to smell
32 things we need words for in 2015.

The top 10 words invented by writers.