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5 Great New Genre-Bending Nonfiction Books

Check out these genre-bending nonfiction books, to learn about lighthouses, harvesting, race theory, rereading, Toni Morrison, and more.

6 Kickass Women of the Green Lantern Corps

Highlighting more of the kickass women of the Green Lantern Corps for the 80th anniversary of Green Lantern.

What YA Book Should You Read Next Based on Your Enneagram Type?

Are you an Individualist, a Loyalist, an Enthusiast? Find your next read among these wonderful YA books by enneagram type.

25 of the Top True Crime Books on Goodreads

Thanks to podcasts and Netflix, the true crime genre is more popular than ever, so we have a list of the Goodread’s most popular top crime books.

6 of the Best Fun and Happy Audiobooks

Find a pick-me-up in these fun and uplifting audiobooks, including fantasy, romance, personal essays, and more delightful reads.

Yes, Literary Fiction With Happy Endings Exists: Here are 20 Must-Read Examples

If you think lit fic endings are all sorrow or question marks, think again. Here are some happy literary fiction books that will leave you hopeful.

What Does a Poet Laureate Do?

The position is a great honor, but what, exactly, does a Poet Laureate do? Find out what the Library of Congress asks of it Laureates here.

5 Nonfiction Audiobooks By Asian American Women Authors

Celebrate API Heritage Month with these fantastic nonfiction audiobooks by Asian American women authors who narrate their own work.

3 Under 3: Audiobooks Under 3 Hours for Your One-Sitting Listening Pleasure

Are you looking for a quick and engaging listen? Try one of these fantastic audiobooks under 3 hours to scratch that quick-listen itch.

5 Great New Works of Innovative Nonfiction

Add some new and innovative nonfiction to your reading list.

From Film to Fiction: Creating the Alien Franchise’s Literary Canon

The Alien franchise has developed a significant literary canon to expand upon the film universe. Look at the past, present, and future of these books.

Rereading THE GIRL WITH THE SILVER EYES

One reader returned to a childhood favorite, THE GIRL WITH THE SILVER EYES, re-reading the main character as a metaphor for Autism Spectrum Disorder.

How Ramona Taught Girls to be Bold, Brave, and Brash: Critical Linking, February 28, 2020

An awesome daily roundup of the most interesting bookish links from around the web.

Book Fetish: Volume 393

Bookish gear for your literary lifestyle.

Spring New Releases: 100 Books Hitting Shelves March–May 2020

Are you on the lookout for the next big book? Check out this list of the 100 most anticipated spring new releases hitting shelves in March, April, and May.