created in 2015
/r/52in52 is a place for people every week, for a whole year, to read and discuss a particular book together as a community. There are twelve themes and three books from each theme + one free for all book, read throughout the year!
Come join a great new years resolution for 2017, or expand your literary horizons!
This is a moderated subreddit. It is our intent and purpose to foster and encourage in-depth discussion about all things related to books, authors, genres, or publishing in a safe, supportive environment. If you're looking for help with a personal book recommendation, consult our Weekly Recommendation Thread, Suggested Reading page, or ask in r/suggestmeabook.
Whether you want to lose weight through calorie counting, or you're a smaller person who doesn't need more than 1200 calories a day, this is the place for you.
Tips, recipes and support for people interested in low-calorie meals.
A subreddit for people who have issues with procrastination, motivation, and discipline. It is a great place to gather to meet others with a similar mindset. Meet your goals and improve your life, reddit style!
For women and gender non-binary redditors who are fit, want to be fit, like reading about fitness to put off getting fit, or wish they could fit into their old clothes. Feel free to discuss your own personal experience related to fitness, exercise, dieting, body image, and health, or post quality links related to these topics. While weight loss topics are totally fine, keep in mind that that's not always the end goal of fitness and post accordingly.
Photographs of pieces of paper with writing on them. Some of the most incredible things live written on the torn scraps of paper that didn't make it into the trash. They can be love letters, thoughts, quotes or a pertinent to-do list. So long as you found it somewhere (on the ground, a table or between the cans of soup at the store) and you don't know who wrote it.
If you find something in a mysterious foreign language, check out /r/translator
Check out /r/BookInscriptions too!
Welcome to /r/literature, a community for deeper discussions of plays, poetry, short stories, and novels. Discussions of literary criticism, literary history, literary theory, and critical theory are also welcome--strongly encouraged, even.