Author: FictionForesight

2017 Reading Challenges

2017 Reading Challenges

Posted January 20, 2017 by FictionForesight in General / 0 Comments

Although reading is fun on its own (of course!), we decided this year that we would undertake several reading challenges to make the joy of reading that much better! And while it is tempting to make your own challenge, it’s not nearly as much fun! I mean if you’re the one who made it, then […]

Dewey’s 24-Hour Readathon Is Back!

Dewey’s 24-Hour Readathon Is Back!

Posted October 21, 2016 by FictionForesight in General / 0 Comments

  Well FictionForesighter’s, it’s that time of the year again… time for Dewey’s 24-Hour Readathon! That’s right, once every 6 months, this glorious group of individuals creates an event in which you’re actually encouraged to sit down and read for 24 hours. We’ll give you a minute to steady your heart. I know, it’s a […]

B-Fest Wrap-Up!

B-Fest Wrap-Up!

Posted June 12, 2016 by FictionForesight in General / 0 Comments

  Hey guys!  Thanks so much to Barnes & Noble for inviting us to their inaugural B-Fest this past weekend! We had such a great time and got to meet some amazing people. Trivia, sweepstakes, giveaways, games, author meet and greets and, of course, new books! What more could a reader want? Kim F. (left) and […]

Barnes and Noble B-Fest Teen Book Festival!

Barnes and Noble B-Fest Teen Book Festival!

Posted June 10, 2016 by FictionForesight in General / 0 Comments

Hey there book lovers! We have some exciting news to announce. Starting today (June 10th) until June 12th Barnes and Noble stores all across the country will be hosting their first ever B-Fest Teen Book Festival! What better way to celebrate all things YA than with a national festival!  “This June, hundreds of authors will […]

Top 10 Favorite Bookish Items — Amazon Edition

Top 10 Favorite Bookish Items — Amazon Edition

Posted May 20, 2016 by FictionForesight in Tops! / 0 Comments

If you’re like us, you don’t stop thinking about your favorite books after you’ve finished reading them. They stick with you and influence you going forward. The characters become your confidants and friends, and the places become secret getaways that you can visit whenever you wish. But when we’re not reading (as rare as that […]