Ann Foster

Ann can often be found walking very slowly through the aisles of bookstores, making sure that nothing new has come out she doesn’t know about yet, and then eagerly telling people about them. She writes about women from history at, and about books, film, TV, and feminism at various other sites. She prefers her books to include at least three excellent plot twists, which is why she usually reads the end first. Twitter: @annfosterwriter

16 Fun and Funny Books Like Diary of a Wimpy Kid

We've got lots of suggestions for kids and teens looking for books like DIARY OF A WIMPY KID, from graphic novels to novels in verse, and more!

Have a Spooky Holiday With Christmas Ghost Stories

Christmas ghost stories were part of celebrations in Victorian England. These spooky tales are perfect to bring this tradition into the 21st century.

6 A CHRISTMAS CAROL Retellings Reimagining the Classic Ghost Story

These six A CHRISTMAS CAROL retellings find a diverse variety of Scrooge stand-ins from teen girls to Charles Dickens himself.

5 Diverse Romances We Want to See as Hallmark Christmas Movies

With Hallmark Christmas movies starting to incorporate more diverse elements, we think these five romances featuring POC would be perfect for an adaptation!

Your Guide To This Year’s Bookish Hallmark Christmas Movies

Enjoy this, our complete guide to the eleven books that inspired this year's crop of delightfully bookish Hallmark Christmas movies.

10 Queer YA Fantasy Series For Your Next Marathon Read

These 10 queer YA fantasy series involve queer characters as well as entire queer fantasy worlds where homophobia doesn't even exist.

Quiz: Which Classic Mystery Should You Read?

Whether mysteries are your go-to comfort read or a new-to-you genre, take our classic mystery quiz to find an older mystery novel you're sure to love!

Why Artemisia Gentileschi Is The Feminist Hero We Need Right Now

A new graphic novel is part of the increasing movement to elevate 16th-century painter Artemisia Gentileschi to her rightful place as a Renaissance master.

5 Graphic Novels That Are Better Than Therapy

Reading these recent graphic novels feels like a productive therapy session--they're comforting and they remind us that we're not alone.

5 Historical Mysteries That Combine Real History With Whodunnit

Historical mysteries are great reads both for fans of whodunnits as well as those who like to learn about different ...