Reading Pathways is a regular Book Riot feature in which we suggest a three-book reading sequence for becoming acquainted with certain authors. Check out previous entries on Toni Morrison, Edith Wharton, John Steinbeck, and others.
Looking to get into the works of prolific Indigenous author Louise Erdrich? Find your reading pathway here.
Curious about Jane Yolen books but don't know where to begin with her prolific catalog? We've got a guide to get you started.
Take a step beyond PRACTICAL MAGIC and get into some magical and evocative Alice Hoffman books with this Reading Pathway.
Want to read more of this classic author? These are the best James Baldwin books to serve as a starting point to his work.
Get into the works of Silvia Moreno-Garcia, a prolific and excellent writer of speculative and other fiction like Mexican Gothic.
Patricia Highsmith books are numerous and easy to find, but where do you start? Here's where to begin with this leading author of crime fiction.
A reader shares book recommendations that are sure to make you fall in love with Francesca Lia Block.
Julia Whelan audiobooks are some of the best listens out there. This guide will help you find your perfect audiobook by the award-winning performer.
Here's a small guide to help you ease into this formidable author's fiction, and to show you where to start with Virginia Woolf books.
Get listening to Kevin R. Free audiobook performances with this guide to for where to start.
If you're not sure where to start with Cat Sebastian books (short answer: read them all), use this reading pathway as your guide.
A self-proclaimed life long reader and accidental writer, Alberto Manguel has worn many hats in his life, and has written many great books.
This prolific children's book writer is beloved by many generations of readers, and we've rounded up some of the best Roald Dahl books.
Discover the tense, twisty mysteries of Keigo Higashino, one of Japan's most popular mystery writers, with these three recommended books.
Get to know Dawn Kertagich books, just in time for Women in Horror Month.