Namera Tanjeem

Namera is currently an English student at the University of Cambridge who loves romance novels, Harry Potter, true crime stories, and cats. You can find her over at her blog, The Literary Invertebrate. She can be contacted by email at

20 Must-Read Free Online Stories

Here's a collection of 20 free stories I've gathered from FictionPress, a website for reading stories online.

50 Must-Read Love Stories

Here's a list of 50 of the best love story books I've come across in my many years of reading, including romance, fantasy, YA, and more.

9 Diverse Romantic Comedies to Leave You Smiling

Here are nine diverse romantic comedies – published recently – which are sure to leave you with a smile on your face, including Last Tang Standing by Lauren Ho.

A Response to Claims of Racism in Naomi Novik’s A DEADLY EDUCATION

Naomi Novik's A DEADLY EDUCATION has been called out for racist portrayals by some reviewers; one reader responds to this critique.

10 Chilling Books Set During Winter

If you prefer your reads extra chilling, pick up these scary books set during winter, featuring ghosts, murder, history, and more.

Virtual Library Tour: Newnham College, University of Cambridge

Take a tour of one of the biggest libraries in Cambridge without leaving your home. Head on down to Newnham College with us.

How Many Books is Too Many? Ask the World’s 10 Biggest Libraries

There are 22 libraries in the world with a whopping 15 million items catalogued. Here are ten of the world's biggest - with a few facts and some pictures.

9 Spectacular YA Sequels Out This Summer: A Follow-Up

Here are some of the YA sequels that knocked my socks off this summer, following on from my article on some of the best YA out last summer.

20 Completed YA Fantasy Series to Revisit or Pick Up For the First Time

If you're looking for some immersive, longer reads, indulge in these must-read completed YA fantasy series on the shelves right now.

9 Escapist YA Books About Summer Break

Here are nine YA books about summer escape to help us live vicariously, since it looks unlikely we'll get to have much of a summer holiday this year.