All adventuring parties should be able to double as a book club! Here are even more reads to dive into based on your D&D class.
If you’re searching for invented worlds to set your next D&D campaign in, look no further than these great titles. How about Regency London from Sorcerer to the Crown by Zen Cho, or The Radch Empire from Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie?
Should you read The Subtweet by Vivek Shraya? Consider your D&D class and find out which book is perfect for you.
Be bookishly social (or socially bookish) with some tabletop games and gaming gear for Dungeons and Dragons.
On why starting a Dungeons & Dragons club in your library is a great way to bring in new faces and have a lot of fun in the process.
Feel like expanding your reading tastes this Free Comic Book Day? Try some of these D&D-inspired comics!
Want to play D&D but strapped for cash? Learn how to play on a budget!
A short overview of the essential and non-essential books you'll need to play Dungeons and Dragons.
You should read this if you ever doubted the strength of storytelling in the game Dungeons and Dragons.
1. A life-long love of books