Which is correct: “have got” or “have gotten”? As usual, the answer isn’t so simple.
How to say “I love you” from great works of literature.
Michigan librarian requests letters from celebrities on the importance of reading and libraries — and gets lots of responses!
Books as presents
When I say literary present, I’m not talking about receiving a Barnes and Noble gift card on your birthday. The literary present refers to the custom of using present tense verbs when writing about events that take place in a work of fiction.