A NaNoWriMo Writing Guide for Different Genres
| Nov 12
If your Nano-novel has switched genres on you, these are the books to help!
We’re Thankful for New Fiction in November!
| Nov 9
From historical fiction, family epics, mystery and suspense, to fantasy, a NEW book from George R. R. Martin and more, there’s a lot to choose from this month.
NaNoWriMo: What to Read Based on Your Writing Style
| Nov 8
It’s November, and that means one thing: it’s time to write a novel! We’re here to help with book recommendations to inspire you, no matter what kind of NaNoWriMo writer you are.
Bookish Dogs to Bring You Hope Today
| Nov 7
We understand if you need a break and perhaps a day off from work—especially after the midterm elections. While we can’t help you play hooky, we CAN bring some bookish and doggy goodness into your life.
Worried about NaNoWriMo? I’ve Got the Books to Help!
| Nov 6
Trying to write a novel in a month? Here are the writing books to help!
The Lost Queen Excerpt: Perfect for Outlander Fans!
| Nov 5
The Lost Queen is THE book for fans of The Mists of Avalon, Game of Thrones, and—you guessed it—Outlander. Read an exclusive excerpt!
New in Nonfiction from Michelle Obama, Stephen Colbert, and More
| Nov 2
November brings amazing nonfiction reads! When you’re not making your voice heard in the midterm elections, check out our top picks for humor, advice, wisdom, and more!
Exclusive Excerpt of Lindsay Emory’s The Royal Runaway
| Oct 31
If you can’t get enough royal drama, then you’ll love this modern-day princess. Jilted on her wedding day, Thea throws away the royal rulebook to create her own happily-ever-after.
Craving More Chilling Adventures of Sabrina?
| Oct 29
If you need a break between watching each horrifying episode of the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, check out these books!
5 of My Favorite Authors for #NationalAuthorsDay
| Nov 1
Check out a few of my favorite authors to celebrate National Author’s Day!
A Clueless Remake Is in the Works!
| Oct 30
What will Clueless 2.0 (or Emma 3.0 if you will) look like? Will it still focus on teens, perhaps with some upgraded social commentary about the world of teen dating and culture? Or maybe it’ll shift the story to adults!