If you can't get enough of the TV show, here are 10 great books like YELLOWSTONE, plus some alternate perspectives to the typical Western!
Unlike the classic whodunnit, in these howdunnit mystery novels, you already know the culprit. But how did they do it? And why?
These parody horror books, including Bloodsucking Fiends by Christopher Moore, poke fun of themselves, the genre, and what's wrong in the world while still being scary and satisfying.
Who was Cormac McCarthy? Read about the iconic author's early life, his literary career, and long-term impact.
The history of the word "bookish" might be more surprising than you'd expect–and its connotation less positive.
Why do book dedications exist? A deep dive into the history of the short statements and how they've changed over time.
There's something about reading a book the same month that it takes place in, and with these 12 books, you'll have a book for every month. Start with The End of August by Yu Miri.
These body horror books by women, including Maeve Fly by CJ Leede, bring a particular understanding of what it means to have a body that isn't quite your body anymore.
These new horror books out in August feature everything from historical western settings to haunted houses. Get started with Vampires of El Norte by Isabel Cañas.
What is desertpunk? Let's dive into this fascinating sub-genre that includes Mad Max and look at the best desertpunk books to read.