Kate Krug

Kate is a 2011 Drake University grad, where she received her BA in magazine journalism. A hopeless romantic with a cynical heart, Kate will read anything that comes with a content warning, a love triangle, and a major plot twist. Twitter: @katekrug Blog: http://snarky-yet-satisfying.com

9 of the Best Books That Won Awards In 2023

A wide-ranging list of award-winning books 2023 had to offer, for children, teens, and adults. Find your next read here!

12 Thrilling Fantasy Heist Books

These thrilling fantasy heist novels will keep you turning the pages faster, faster, faster.

How to Spray Book Edges: 7 Easy Steps

Learn how to spray book edges on your own! It's time to flex your creative muscles and save some money by making your own painted edges.

Your Primer to the Dreadpunk Books Sub-Genre

Forget about happy endings and fluffy unicorns; dreadpunk books take you on a journey to the darker sides of Victorian-based horror.

Beautiful Bummers: 12 Beautiful Books About the Saddest Stories

With lyrical writing and memorable characters, these books will absolutely break your heart in the most beautiful way possible, including Dear Edward by Ann Napolitano.

8 Books About Whistleblowers You Need To Read

These books about whistleblowers include some well-known names, like Readme.txt by Chelsea Manning, and some who are not as famous but deserve recognition for their bravery.

12 DIY Book Nook Kits That Add An Extra Dose of Magic to Your Shelves

Looking for a fun and creative project to spice up your bookshelves? Meet our very good friend: DIY book nook kits.

QUIZ: Which Sub-Genre Should You Tackle Next?

From Godpunk to cozy mysteries, there are so many sub-genres to explore. This quiz will tell you your new favorite sub-genre!

7 Splash-Proof and Water-Proof Kindle Cases for Summer Reading

Grab one of these waterproof Kindle cases before you head out on any summer adventures. Your book/ereader will thank you.

11 Terrifying Works of Horror by AAPI Authors

These works of horror from AAPI Authors, ranging from novels to short story collections, will scare you good.