The Gloss readers are some erudite folks, so we want to know what you're all reading right now.
(Please don't say Edward Cullen.)
Coffee table books are great topics of conversation, fascinating reads, and the quickest way to transform a room from beer pong central to the chicest effing place you've ever been.
We asked Angie Niles, author and lifestyle blogger, five questions about her new book, fall fashion, and her favorite city in the world.
September is the month of debut female novelists, and I for one am ready to get my read on.
For everyone who's forgotten that there's a world of great literature beyond think pieces about Taylor Swift.
Raise your hand if you feel you wouldn't have survived your pre-teen years if not for Judy Blume.
You've got a wand and a cloak but you probably don't have these in your Harry Potter collection.
We all judge book covers. Now it's just a matter of which will get the most likes.
I realized I have fallen prey to a mentality I despise—the idea that great, important works of literature aren't usually …
Don't act like you're surprised.
Your coffee table will thank you for the hundreds of pages of full color eye candy.
Get ready to see double.
I don't remember where or why I picked up Speak, but I know I needed it when I found it. And I know my mother nee …