The Difference Between Sci-Fi and Fantasy, According to Twitter

When an author tweeted a mystifying explanation of the difference between sci-fi and fantasy, book Twitter chimed in with their own explanations.

We Need an American Girl Doll Who… (Bookish Edition)

We've rounded up the best "We need an American Girl doll who..." memes for book lovers. Get ready to feel personally attacked.

Am I the A**hole? 2022 Book Releases as Reddit Posts

Authors are describing their upcoming 2022 book releases in the form of Reddit posts, and now my preorders are out of control.

13 Funny Twitter Responses to the Idea of Rating YA Books

A website attempted to categorize YA according to things like if kissing included "Light Travel of Hands." Here's how YA Twitter responded.

If Romance Novels Have Taught Me Anything… (A Tweet Round Up)

Here are the things Twitter has learned from romance novels, like that hotels will have one room left every night, and it only has one bed.

Twitter Confirmed it Authorized Fake Cormac McCarthy Account

Twitter admitted to authorizing a fake, parody account for THE ROAD author Cormac McCarthy, granting it the blue check mark.

10 Things for the Bookish: Tips and Tidbits from Joanne Harris

Author Joanne Harris takes to Twitter to share some bookish tips and behind-the-scenes author knowledge.

What Most Men Get Wrong When Writing Teenage Girls

Writer Saladin Ahmed asked, "what single thing do you most hate that male writers get wrong about being a teenage girl?" Twitter responded.

Ladies, He Is a Literary Persona

We rounded up some bookish funnies from the newest meme on the block for you. Ladies, if he thinks "diversity" is a genre of books, he is NOT your man.

#VisibleWomen: Celebrating Female Comics Artists

Check out some our faves from #VisibleWomen, a hashtag designed to celebrate female comics artists.