Six superb fantasy book recommendations and recent releases to pair with your warm cup of tea as we dive further into fall 2019.
Creative burnout can make writers and readers alike feel guilty for needing a break for recovery. One Rioter urges readers to let themselves rest.
Why one Rioter who reads and walks is dreading the advent of late autumn and the dark evenings that come with the shorter days.
Find recommendations of books that are perfect for those first cozy, chilly days of changing leaves, warm tea, and comfortable sweaters.
The book club has the goal of highlighting progressive work from writers of color and writers within the LGBTQ community.
Frustrated with books that attribute our world's wonders to outside sources of magic, I've found myself seeking books that celebrate the nonmagical.
Women's World Cup fans, we've got some books you should check out. Get in the spirit and be inspired by these nonfiction books about women's soccer.
One Rioter reflects on how the evolving relationship of the Stark sisters in Game of Thrones mirror her own relationship with her sister.
Between Game of Thrones and EndGame, spoilers have been a hot topic of discussion recently. Here's how you can be respectful...and reasonable.
Book Riot sat down wtih V.E. Schwab to talk about creativity, transparency in publishing, and the re-release of her debut THE NEAR WITCH.