The tabletop role-playing game Dungeons & Dragons is more popular today than it has ever been in its 44-year history. If you have some D&D nerds on your list this year, I have five new Dungeons & Dragons books that make great holiday gifts, so get your pouch of gold ready.Continue reading
In 1692, a deadly terror swept through colonial Massachusetts, ending the lives of 20 people and forever changing how we paranoid fanaticism. If The Crucible enticed you in high school, but you never read any other books about the Salem Witch Trials, I’ve got four great suggestions for you below.
Western media romanticizes World War II, but few folks in the U.S. are familiar with the global conflict that dominated the back half of the 1910s and destroyed European empires. If Franz Ferdinand is just an alt-rock band to you, check out these five books about World War I to get better acquainted with the military campaigns that would change the world forever.
I don’t know of any horror movies that play “Pomp and Circumstance” to ramp up the suspense, but that doesn’t make graduation any less terrifying. Because what follows the requisite cap toss is a void for many recent students, the best books for college grads are those that will guide them carefully through their next steps.
There’s no wrong time for jazz music, obviously, but those smoky, dulcet tones just lend themselves to life’s rainy days. Waterlogged April is almost at a close, but there’s still time to celebrate Jazz Appreciation Month, and I’ve got four of the best jazz books that you can break out for your next rainy day read Continue reading