Alice Nuttall

Alice Nuttall is a children’s and webcomic writer who spends her free time reading, knitting, and playing D&D, occasionally all at the same time. Her superpower is the ability to find a cup of coffee no matter where she is. She blogs at https://alicenuttallbooks.wordpress.com/

Why Is Publishing Plagiarism Still Possible?

In a world where YouTube videos can be taken down for a few seconds of copyright infringement, why does publishing plagiarism still occur?

11 Popular Teen Books for 2022

Teen fiction is in for a treat this year, with the publication of a huge number of exciting books. Check out the popular teen books of 2022, including Bitter by Akwaeke Emezi.

15 Wise and Witty Self-Help Books for Teens

These self-help books for teens is full of useful resources and advice for young adults as they negotiate life and relationships.

9 Nail-Biting Fantasy Books About Forbidden Magic

Books about forbidden magic mix rich fantasy systems with high-stakes drama. Here are some of the best, from middle grade like Amari and the Night Brothers by B. B. Alston to adult fantasy like The Year of the Witching by Alexis Henderson.

Realms to Remember: The Best Fictional Worlds

Whether you love classics like Narnia and Middle Earth, or contemporaries like Nevermoor, this is a rundown of the best fictional worlds.

9 Chilling Middle Grade Horror Anthologies

If there's a young reader in your life who loves chilling stories, try this list of middle grade horror anthologies for scary books to share, including The Stuff of Nightmares.

Is YA Leading Diversity in Publishing?

Is YA leading diversity in publishing? A deep dive into the efforts being made to diversify publishing in YA and adult literature.

15 Enchanting Witch Books for Kids

These witch books for kids will keep the young magic fans in your life entertained long past Halloween night, whether you're going through picture books like It's Raining Bats and Frogs by Rebecca Colby and Steven Henry or chapter books like Ghost Squad by Claribel A. Ortega.

Women’s Work, Women’s Words: Feminist Library History

Feminist librarians have fought for recognition through the decades: feminist history and women's library history are intertwined.

Barrels of Bad Apples: Copaganda in Crime Books

A look at the role of copaganda in crime books and the ways that different authors have challenged these representations of police.