The Best Summer Reading for Your Young Adults

by Ken Dunn on June 18, 2018

For those looking for some pleasurable summer reading, Ken Dunn, CEO and Founder of GoRead.com, picks his favorite Young Adult books. Young Adult books typically focus on protagonists facing real world problems throughout many different...

This Summer’s Best Books for Middle Schoolers

by Kaitlin Street on June 12, 2018

As kids bust out of school for summer vacation, Ken Dunn, CEO and Founder of GoRead.com, picks page-turners that middle schoolers will love. Exploration of different genres, such as poetry and biographies, happens around middle...

A Texas-Sized Father’s Day Story, Inspired by Legendary Oilman

by Leona Barr on June 8, 2018

Glenn Patterson’s road to survival and success in the volatile and unpredictable modern age of petroleum began on the family ranch in Blackwell, Texas. Now, just in time for Father’s Day, Fort Worth resident and...

The Best Summer Reads for Kids (Entry Level to First Chapter)

by Kaitlin Street on June 3, 2018

Beginning to read is such an exciting time for kids! Entry Level Readers As we head into the long summer days, Ken Dunn, CEO and Founder of GoRead.com, picks page-turners that the kids (and you!)...

Picture This | Austin, 1970s, Hippies, Rednecks, Antone’s, The Armadillo, Live Music

by Leslie Barrett on November 1, 2017

Watt Casey was there, and that is what he did. Watt Matthews Casey, Jr. grew up in Albany, Texas, surrounded by music. His grandmother was a fabulous piano player, his grandfather a renowned composer. With this...

Armchair Travel Books to Spark Your Wanderlust

by Bebe Brown on October 24, 2017

If our travel issue left you craving the open road, we have some further recommended reading to help you cure that cabin fever. These photo-heavy coffee-table books also make great gifts for the travelers on...

City Farmhouse Style | Designs for a Modern Country Life

by Samantha Strom on October 17, 2017

The traditional American farmhouse style of decorating evokes a feeling of homeliness. It’s classic and the pieces were meant to last. This conventional wisdom is now becoming trendy among city-slickers. It turns out, you can...

Behind the Book: A look into the making of ‘The United States of Soccer’

by Sarah Bradley on December 7, 2016

Phil West, author of “United States of Soccer: MLS and the Rise of American Soccer Fandom” answers a few questions regarding the making of and inspiration behind the book, such as some personal experiences that...