Reviews are a response to an art, so enjoying them AFTER finishing a book is a whole different experience.
The U.S. favors stories with a redemtion arc, but who can be redeemed? Is just anyone allowed to redeem themselves, or is there more to it?
Spending any time online would lead you to believe there there's a right and wrong way to be a reader. How about we read and let read?
The past three years have been stressful: is it any wonder we're reaching for cozy mysteries, cozy fantasies, and light romances more now?
Roald Dahl was a hateful person who included that vitriol in his books. His work doesn't deserve to be sanitized.
One romance reader explores why romance novel descriptions like sweet, clean, hot, and spicy are confusing and, sometimes, offensive.
Television critics have taken issue with the fact that the DAISY JONES & THE SIX series’ premise is a rip-off of real-life stories, but why?
Why Annie Wilkes is Stephen King's most terrifying villain–and why she retains that title this many years later.
The horror genre has been a mirror reflecting back society's values, but how does the Final Girl trope fit into that?
Hey Reese, can we talk? It's about your most recent book club selection. In the fight against antisemitism, I think there were better choices.