Kamrun Nesa

Kamrun Nesa is a devoted bookworm whose work has appeared on NPR.org, Bustle, PopSugar, USA Today’s Happy Ever After, BookBub, Brit+Co, and HelloGiggles. She works in book publicity at Grand Central Publishing but will not recommend any HBG titles. She’s currently reading a romance novel, day dreaming about London, and working on her first novel.

Why Not Romance Novels? Showing Respect For The Romance Genre

A reader responds to an article in Hawaii Business Magazine where a staffer said, "I’ll read anything except romance novels."

Why Christina Lauren’s MY FAVORITE HALF-NIGHT STAND Is An Ode to Adult Friendships

Author duo Christina Lauren's book My Favorite Half Night Stand nails why adult friendships are hard and why we should hold onto them.

An Interview with Anna Todd, author of THE BRIGHTEST STARS and AFTER

Anna Todd, author of the international bestselling After series, joins Book Riot to discuss her latest book and the After film adaptation.

An Interview with Author E.J. Mellow and Natasha of Book Baristas, Founders of She Is Booked

She Is Booked, a charity project from author E.J. Mellow and Natasha of Book Baristas, is making its mark in the book community through its bookmarks.

10 Books to Read if You Still Ship THE OFFICE’s Jim and Pam

Netflix and read, anyone? The Office ended more than eight years ago, but let’s not pretend people don’t still binge ...

An Interview with Eloisa James, Author of BORN TO BE WILDE

New York Times bestselling author Eloisa James discusses diversity, historical accuracy in romance novels, and her latest book Born To Be Wilde.

7 New Books To Be Aware Of Before Romance Awareness Month Ends

August is Romance Awareness Month and these seven new books remind us romance will always stand the test of time IRL and in literature.

7 Romance Heroines Who Can Bend and Snap Like Elle Woods

Romance novel heroines who kick butt and ask "What, like it's hard?"

6 Heartbreaking Romance Novels That Inspire More Than They Hurt

Tear-jerking, heart-breaking, soul-crushing (and then fixing!) romance novels.