Namera Tanjeem

Namera is an English student at Cambridge who also reviews YA/Adult books on her blog, The Literary Invertebrate. She loves romance novels, Harry Potter, true crime stories, and cats. Her email address is namera.tanjeem@outlook.com.

13 Spooky Christina Rossetti Poems

The 19th century poet's work is characterized by a Victorian morbidity that makes Christina Rossetti's poems perfect for Halloween!

50 Shades and More: 11 Published Fan Fiction Books

Below are 11 published fanfiction books, some famous, some surprising, (not just Fifty Shades of Grey!) which began life in other authors' playgrounds.

25 Best Georgette Heyer Quotes

Check out these 25 Best Georgette Heyer quotes, queen of historical romance. It turns out my love for the queen of historical romance is never-ending.

A Guide to Some of the Best Ereaders Available Right Now

Check out some of the best ereaders available right now.

50 Must-Read Romances Between Older Heroines and Younger Heroes

A roundup of must-read romances between older heroines and younger heroes, ranging from books by famous authors to some by less well-known ones.

The Omegaverse Plagiarism Lawsuit, One Year On

One of the lesser-known copyright controversies from the last year or so is the Omegaverse lawsuit, which kicked off in April 2018.

9 Must-Read YA Books Out this Summer

Love, Death, and Magic: 22 Gorgeous Victorian Poems

24 Unusual Historical Romances You Absolutely Need to Read

4 Diverse YA Books with Heroines Who Dress As Boys

10 Amazing Harry Potter Fanvids

9 Vampire Novels With a Unique Twist

If you're tired of the same ol' vampire stories, check out this list of some unique vampire novels that put a fresh spin on a familiar trope.

The Beginner’s Guide to Book Blogging

If you've been considering reviewing books on your own platform but don't know where to start, this guide to book blogging is here to answer your questions.

Corsets and Carriages: 15 Must-Read Regency Romance Novels

Are We Being Pedantic, or are These Real Problems in Fantasy?

Are we wrong to try and find the real world in fictional ones, and to demand accurate representations of the cultures therein?