Welcome to Adulting: 6 Books Every New College Grad Needs
| May 14
You’ve graduated, sooo…what now??? Here are a few books to ease that transition into the dreaded “real world”!
The Best New Reads to Add to Your Summer 2019 TBR
| May 2
We picked some of our favorite titles that are releasing this summer. You’ll definitely want to add these reads to your TBR list!
Take a Trip to The Southern Side of Paradise
| May 18
If you’re new to The Peachtree Bluff series or have been following it from the start, here’s a little taste of what you can expect from this charming novel.
4 Bachelor Nation Alumni Books to Get You Excited for the New Bachelorette
| May 13
If you need some Bachelor Nation material to read in between commercial breaks, check out these reads from Bachelor Nation Alumni.
5 Dark Folklore Reimaginings After You See The Curse of La Llorona
| May 10
These are five of my favorite novels that feature folklore and mythologies, often giving them a new twist, but central to each story are entities, legends, and myths that have lasted the test of time.
My Writing Process: Resisting the Brownie
| May 8
I’m addicted to sugar. Okay, not all sugar at all times. But specifically, the delightful array of snacks that accompany me while writing.
Your Guide to Being a Feminist Reader
| May 7
Are you a feminist reader? Do you want to be? You’re probably here because your answer is “yes.” Mine certainly is. So let’s do this together!
Bad Seeds: Pet Sematary and Literature’s Creepiest Kids
| May 6
Spooky kids in literature are nothing new: they’ve had a long history that has chilled horror lovers for years. Here are books featuring my favorite creepy kids, who prove that, indeed, sometimes dead is better.
May the Fourth Be with You! Celebrate Star Wars Day with 6 Epic Space Reads
| May 4
Keep exploring people and places in a galaxy far, far away with these spectacular space reads.
The Best May Fiction You Won’t Want to Miss
| May 3
As the days get longer, it seems like nature is giving us more time to get through our TBRs.