Libraries can celebrate BHM with displays, events, and more -- but it won't mean much if the library isn't a safe place for Black people.
We don’t live in a colorblind world, so why should we want to read about people who claim to be us, but without the depth or details?
I know what I'm missing when I don't pick up mass market romances. Do you?
Between all the myriad ways to find interesting books, your TBR can get pretty out of control. Here's a new way to handle it.
I love reality show romances! From baking shows to Bachelor style competitions, here are some new & upcoming reads with reality TV elements, including The Love Con by Seressia Glass.
Someone please fund my daydream of having a two story romance bookstore and cafe -- even if I'm too introverted too actually run it.
A librarian advises on what "doing your own research" really means, and how to find reliable information on complex subjects.
If you love The Great British Baking Show and F/F romances, try these sapphic foodie romances, including Ready, Set, Bake by Sienna Waters — for free, if you have Kindle Unlimited!
As we begin to see less light and the cool air settles in, why not stay warm and snug with some excellent cozy romances, including Sugar Butter Flour Love?
Library websites aren't just for placing holds or paying fines. Here are some things you might not know you can find on your library's site!
These teacher romances go beyond the ABCs to dance teachers, professors, and more, including Sing Anyway by Anita Kelly.
I'm generally down for anything when it comes to variations on a story, but not when it comes to Lois and Clark. They are my one true OTP.
Do we have enough older protagonists in romance? No, and we want more love, life, and sex after fifty in these reads.
Even while gathering in person becomes more feasible, here's why online book tours and panels should stick around.
There’s the fake relationship trope, and then there’s the FAMOUS fake relationship trope, including books like The View Was Exhausting.