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Emily Martin

Emily has a PhD in English from the University of Southern Mississippi, MS, and she has an MFA in Creative Writing from GCSU in Milledgeville, GA, home of Flannery O’Connor. She spends her free time reading, watching horror movies and musicals, cuddling cats, Instagramming pictures of cats, and blogging/podcasting about books with the ladies over at #BookSquadGoals ( She can be reached at

Get Scared This Spring: This Season’s Most Anticipated Horror Books

Find every kind of chill to set your reading life on fire with these spring 2022 horror releases.

Your 2022 Poetry Calendar for National Poetry Month

This National Poetry Month, curl up with a cup of tea and a fuzzy blanket and read a poem a day, made easy with this 2022 poetry calendar.

The 25 Most Influential Horror Novels of All Time

How many of the most influential horror novels of all time have you read? Sink your teeth into some powerful thrill rides, including The Haunting of Hill House.

Books You Should Read if You Love EUPHORIA

If you can't get enough of the Zendaya-led show Euphoria, Here are some books to hold you over until season 3.

The Evolution of the Magical Girl in Manga and Anime

From the predecessors of the genre to the height of its popularity and how it endures today, this is the history of the magical girl.

Training My Brain to Read Comics and Graphic Novels

Comics are supposed to be easier to read than just text. So why does it take me a month to struggle through one?

Treat Yourself to These SAILOR MOON Items Just in Time for the 30th Anniversary

This year marks the 30th anniversary of this beloved anime/manga series. Celebrate with some Sailor Moon swag!

14 Best Social Thrillers That Will Change the Way You See the World

Want your scares and thrills? Maybe 2022 is the year you make room for more of the best social thrillers on your TBR list, including Cherish Farrah by Bethany C. Morrow.

Quiz: Forget Your Zodiac Sign. What Book Genre Are You?

Let go of what you know about your zodiac sign. Instead, what book genre are you?

Confessions of a Former Slow Reader

How one reader went from a self-proclaimed "slow reader" to someone reading 100 books a year.