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R. Nassor

R. Nassor is interested in myth, performance, and pop culture. After embarking on a double major in English and Psychology and a Dance minor at GWU, she graduated with a BA in 2019. She soon began to work in Washington D.C. experiencing the life of a DMV young professional. She has many side projects, some of which include ceramics, dance, and the hunt for the perfect tea.

A Field Guide to Literary Fantasy Animal Companions

Find some new favorite animal companions in these fantasy books, including Phoenix Extravagant by Yoon Ha Lee.

The SHADOW AND BONE Trailer Dropped, and We Have Questions

Netflix dropped the latest SHADOW AND BONE trailer this Tuesday and let me tell you, the fans have questions.

12 of the Best Romance Novels About Writers

Let’s get meta with writers writing about writers. And the future holds a HEA for the wordsmiths in these romance novels about writers, including A Duke by Default by Alyssa Cole.

6 Nerdtastic Romances Set at Fan Conventions

Find a happily ever after at the con and nerd out with the sweet couples in the making in these romance books set at fan conventions.

12 Great Workplace Fantasy Novels to Maintain a Magical Outlook

Let's spice up the 9-5. In these workplace fantasy novels, office work is a crucial component of the fantasy plot, and include office magic.

A Battle Guide to the Top 20 Military Fantasy Books

From novels that examine the lead-up to war to those exploring its aftermath, these are the best military fantasy books to read, including Incendiary by Zoraida Córdova.

5 of the Best Morally Ambiguous Monster Hunting YA Novels

In these YA books about monster hunting, the monsters aren't always what they seem or what the tropes would have you believe.

5 Eccentric Experimenters in Sci-Fi Following in Frankenstein’s Footsteps

Taking a look at the roles eccentric experimenters play in sci-fi, and some of the best books about these characters, for FRANKENSTEIN fans, including Deal With the Devil By Kit Rocha.

A Guide to Conquering Your Demons With 5 Mathematical Sci-Fi Books

These mathematical science fiction books use mathematics in world-building to advance the plot and build characters.

Why The Medieval Girl in the Tower Trope Still Exists in YA Lit

What is it about the girl in the tower trope that has kept it in use since the Medieval era? Consider its function and persistence in YA.