K.W. Colyard

Kristian Wilson Colyard grew up weird in a one-caution-light town in the Appalachian foothills. She now lives in an old textile city with her husband and their clowder of cats. She’s on Twitter @kristianwriting, and you can find more of her work online at kristianwriting.com.

10 Extreme Horror Books You Can’t Look Away From

Extreme horror books deal in the taboo. Horror doesn't have to be scary, but these titles are almost guaranteed to disturb.

Judge a Book by Its Cover and Get a Perfect Book Recommendation

Got strong opinions about what makes a great book cover? Judge a book by its cover here to get a new read perfectly suited to your tastes.

Genre Blends We Need More Of

From romantic sci-fi to cozy everything, these are the literary genre blends we need more of in our favorite bookstores and libraries.

Can You Guess The Horror Book Based On Its 1-Star Reviews?

You've seen every movie on Shudder and have a whole bookshelf devoted to King, but can you guess the horror book based on its 1-star reviews?

The Most Influential Sci-Fi Books of the Past 10 Years

Ready to read some stellar science fiction? Here are the most influential sci-fi books of the past 10 years, including The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet by Becky Chambers.

Which Thought-Provoking Fantasy Book Should You Read Next?

Which thought-provoking fantasy book should you read next? Take this quiz to find out in just 12 easy questions.

Must-Read Books Based On Your D&D Class

From artificer to druid to paladin, rogue, warlock, wizard, and more, here are the books you should read based on your D&D class!

YA Books With Fat Protagonists

If you're looking for fat-positive or body-neutral reads, check out the YA books with fat protagonists I've picked out for you here.

Famous Authors You Didn’t Know Wrote Franchise Novels

Way more authors write IP than you probably think. Click here for a list of famous authors you didn't know wrote franchise novels.

Can You Guess the Sci-Fi Book Based On Its 1-Star Reviews?

"I hope you like calendars that you never understand" and "Dull soup": can you match the sci-fi novel to its 1-star reviews?