Because Mary Beth has hogged the mic every meeting and there's not enough wine:
Science fiction is brimming with confusing subgenres, so we put together a 101 on a popular one:
Introduce the kids to SFF short stories:
All about IRL Romeos & Juliets:
We're heading into the weekend with our book date, Amy Lloyd's crime thriller, THE INNOCENT WIFE. What will you read? #ad
Liberty discusses Pobby and Dingan, Darling Jim, Eve Out of Her Ruins, and more great older books:
"About the middle of July, I hit a wall, one that felt almost as cold and massive as The Wall that protects Westeros from the Wildlings..."
What books did you acquire, and what did you finish this week?
Still too cold to hug a tree? Embrace the great outdoors with these books:
The fascinating history of a groundbreaking queer YA novel:
What your bookshelf says about you, and more bookish lists:
Did you know you can find audiobooks on Spotify?
Have no idea where to start with this task? Do like María Cristina: find a child’s bookshelf, and just start checking copyright dates!
"...The problem for marginalized groups historically is not that their writing is receiving bad reviews, but that it isn’t being considered at all."
Rincey and Katie chat about potential new Gillian Flynn books, the new Obama/Biden buddy mystery, and great mystery comics:
Not today, Satan:
"Well, wasn't this a night for firsts. Sex. Arson. Pants."
Iron Man's side-eye is pretty epic.
Whether you're just looking to get a foot into politics, or are a politically savvy reader who wants to broaden your horizons beyond West-centric systems:
Scaramucci to publish a book “about how the White House is being run as a corporation”... and more Critical Linking:
Classic literature by women:
"English majors have gone onto become lawyers, journalists, doctors, television producers, politicians, teachers, actors, and yes, writers."
From the vault: what to read if you love American Gods
What books did you go into with low expectations, but end up loving?
We chatted with producers, directors, actors, and creators about the literary inspirations behind Voltron: Legendary Defender:
What's on your nightstand today?
You've seen story templates floating around Instagram...here are three bookish ones!
A look back at some beloved children's books from Virginia Hamilton:
Queer comics anthologies for your TBR:
"He was her first love..."
Make way, make way for the Deals of the Day...
Dino bookends, bookish t-shirts, and more in this week's Book Fetish!
Brand new audiobooks for your ears!
Quiz time: which woman from fairytales are you?
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Fascinating and engrossing audiobooks to keep you company while you clean out that closet:
It's the last task in the Read Harder Challenge! What book did you hate in high school that you'd give a second chance?
Watch your back, is all we're saying.
Amanda and Jenn discuss Native American authors, WWI novels and more in this week's episode of Get Booked.
The deceased author's estate is suing the Aaron Sorkin Broadway adaptation of To Kill a Mockingbird:
“Of course I talk to myself. I like a good speaker, and I appreciate an intelligent audience.”
What's your TTFLTWTL book?
Hidden letters, chatty houses, dictionary romances, and more in unusual books:
And while you wait for Thomas's On the Comeup:
The dogs aren't going to be happy about this:
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