Did you know Annie On My Mind, a lesbian YA novel published in 1982, was the first queer YA with a happy ending? It also has a fascinating history of being burned, banned, and challenged in court.
New to queer coming out YA books? Here's a quick introduction and a list of 7 must-haves ranging from bisexual, gay, and lesbian identities.
Books you should read based on your favorite music...and vice versa!
These 5 voice actors are the best audiobook narrators! Check out their amazing performances of diverse books from YA to classics to science fiction.
While the usual suspects (best-sellers and movie/TV crossovers) are there, the most wishlisted audiobooks on Audible this year also include some hidden gems
Your one-stop shop for Harry Potter holiday gifts for all Potterheads! Everything from custom wands to time turner pins to Daily Prophet art prints!
These 10 best full-cast audiobooks include epic historical fiction, unique YA fantasy, science fiction thrillers, moving immigrant short stories, and more!
15 awesome YA books by and about Asian Americans and Asian Canadians: humour, realism, romance, fantasy, history, and science fiction!
I usually love classics, but I kind of hated these three: Little Women, Northanger Abbey, and Mules and Men. Is it just me?
Bisexual YA is hard to find and YA books with bisexual boys is even tougher! Here are 13, from science fiction to fantasy to comics!
Whether you're a beginner, intermediate, or advanced student of Spanish, here are some of the best fictional Spanish audiobooks for learning Spanish!
Tired of trying to find out if the “LGBT” book you want to read actually has any bisexual content? Check out these bisexual books of all genres!
Looking for audiobooks for kids? Look no further than this list of 25 of the best children's audiobooks out there, including classic and contemporary books!
I'm an omnivorous genre reader who's tried straight, bisexual, and lesbian erotica, and I am bored by it all. Why don't I like erotica?
One reader, inspired by Karen Connelly’s new novel THE CHANGE ROOM, investigates why there isn’t more explicit, detailed sex in literary realist fiction.