Let’s all read more books in which Blackness is centered and Black joy is celebrated, like Talia Hibbert’s Get a Life, Chloe Brown.
"Don't join the fight against racism to liberate me and other Black people. Join the fight to liberate yourself."
Searching for some challenging but informative books to read this Black History Month? Here's a collection of 10 underrated books to add to your TBR.
Love is a very complicated thing and the many books about affairs and other failings of the heart are a testament to this.
Just because it's in the book doesn't mean we should feel free to say it. A reader on how to approach the N-word and racial slurs in literature.
GIRL, WOMAN, OTHER may have elevated her visibility, but Bernadine Evaristo has been writing extraordinary books for many years.
You can make your reading experience *even better* with these great book reading accessories.
Are you following along with, or participating in, #NonfictionNovember? Check out the challenge and consider these reads this month.
On the joys of discovering the Sailor Moon Manga, thanks to Hulu.
Why one reader has lost faith in literary awards following the recent Booker Prize announcement.
What is a book coach? A look at the role a book coach plays, why you might want to get one, and how you might become a book coach.
In what ways does defaulting to white affect reading and character perceptions? We're taking a critical look at white bias in literature.
How does the narrative of the Strong Black Woman affect black women in the world? Consider this examination and a selection of books about black women.
Chrissy Teigen's delight about a visit to the public library, and a joke about discovering the library, lead to discourse about library use and benefits.
When you're just in the mood for a good Christian novel, this list of the best Christian fiction authors might just be the best place to turn.