As an Asian American, I resolved not only to read, but also to write about, listen to, think about, and talk to more Asian American authors during 2019.
For a book nerd, an author book signing is no small prospect. Over the years, I’ve learned a few book signing conversation tips.
How did BEAT THE TURTLE DRUM, a middle grade book about death —so thin, so unassuming—become a Goliath in my consciousness?
If you celebrate Christmas, these festive book ornaments are perfect for every bookish person on your gift list—even if that person is you.
Before you read Olive, Again by Elizabeth Strout, make sure you've read these three titles, also by Strout. I promise, you will be rewarded.
Just in time for the holidays, we’ve rounded up this year’s best adult coloring books for every personality and everyone on your gifting list.
Dive into these 15 LITTLE FIRES EVERYWHERE book club questions for a lively group discussion that will stay with you for days.
College life, from pre-campus to graduate experiences, these novels share all.
We’ve got vacation tips for book lovers of every kind. Make the most out of your love for reading before, during, and after your vacation.
Let’s talk about a certain type of strong female character in adult and YA fiction—the characters who are capable of growing with or without romance.
This year at Book Expo, I had one question: Which novels by YA authors of color will I want to tear into next? Here's my list from YA authors of color.