When I saw a tweet about a book about race in fantasy, I was intrigued
Remember when the world was abuzz over Cat Person, the New Yorker short story that made girls everywhere nod at each other like, “we all know a guy like that?”
ARC April is going swimmingly, and I spent all Sunday reading this contemporary romance set in Seattle
If you like beach reads, enemies-to-lovers arcs, and family drama, this is the book for you!
Our favorite female 2016 presidential candidate is back with a new book perfect for recent graduates and young career men and women trying to find the right way forward.
Tan France, one of the five stars of the new Netflix reboot of Queer Eye, talks his upbringing, his style, and his journey to fame in his new memoir out this May: Naturally Tan.
For my assignment to read a culturally diverse book, I didn’t just want to read a book with a protagonist who didn’t look like me
Murder and mayhem and queens oh my.
I got my hands on an electronic ARC of one of the most anticipated books of Spring: Red, White & Royal Blue.
A Henry VIII retelling set in a modern high school with the wives being prom and homecoming queens?
The illustrations, the attention to detail, the beauty of the drawings, and the story, I loved it all and I’m so glad I bought this instead of checking it out from the libraries and can see myself returning to it again and again
I discovered Queer Eye, and ultimately fell in love with it, in the strangest way