| Nov 28
Entitled The Testaments, the sequel will be narrated by three female characters and will be set 15 years after the last scene in The Handmaid’s Tale—after the van door slams on Offred and she is driven off to an uncertain future.
Give the Gift of Books This Holiday Season #BookILikeToGive
| Nov 20
Gift-giving is stressful. Which is why you should keep it simple and give lit gifts! Check out my recommendations of what to get the people in your life— from your celeb-obsessed bestie to your historical-fiction fanatic!
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.
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!
Love These TV Shows? Check Out These 8 Books!
| Oct 23
Is your favorite TV show just back from summer hiatus or did it just have its season finale? Are you dreading the moment the last episode of the season airs? Don’t worry! Drown your sorrows in a book.
SWEEPS! Fall for These Books: 8 Titles to Help You Read and Refresh
| Oct 17
Back-to-school isn’t just for kids. Lean into the fall season with these fiction and nonfiction reads that will expand your mind!
Modern Poets You Need to Read
| Oct 11
Instagram (of all places!) has led to what feels like a poetry resurgence, and we are here for it!
Read Liza Koshy’s Essay from America Ferrera’s American Like Me
| Oct 5
America Ferrara’s American Like Me is a collection of essays by America and her (celeb) friends on their personal experiences of “life between cultures.”
Support Banned Books Week with These Quotes on Censorship
| Sep 26
Censorship is an ongoing battle as writers continue to explore uncomfortable and unorthodox topics.
7 Scary Stephen King Books Not Set In Maine
| Sep 21
Because all states should have the opportunity to be downright terrifying.