What goes into the art of ghostwriting? A look behind the scenes of the process with two ghostwriters.
Could speed reading be a solution to my reading FOMO? While my instincts questioned speed reading's lofty premise, I had nothing to lose.
Check out these teen-authored literary journals that exclusively showcase work by young people between the ages of 13 and 19.
What is it like for an author launching a book during the pandemic? To find some answers, I talked to four authors about their experiences.
What must it be like to have a fellow author in the family? One Rioter looks into some literary families to answer that very question.
Learning music gives children cognitive and social benefits. Musicians who are also parents give their music books for kids recommendations, including Respect: Aretha Franklin, the Queen of Soul by Carole Boston Weatherford.
Ready for a new read? Try Amazon Original Stories! Learn what they are, why you should read them, and how they benefit writers and readers.
Get to know the brand new Republic of Consciousness Prize for Small Presses, launched just this week.
These apps to sell used books have what you want, whether it's getting a quick sale, receiving the most money possible, or having the flexibility to create your own shop.
These 12 books about AAPI athletes, including Baseball Saved Us, inspire all of us to give it our all, dream big, and celebrate and support diversity in U.S. athletics.
Learn about, support, and be inspired by these initiatives dieciated to the mission of diversifying Little Free Libraries.
What are Little Free Diverse Libraries and how can you get involved in the movement? A history and guide for starting.
Check out these fiction and nonfiction books about Japanese culture, recommended by a Japanese American who lived in Tokyo for 15+ years, including Convenience Store Woman by Sayaka Murata, translated by Ginny Tapley Takemori.
Pick up some excellent YA books featuring part-Asian characters, by part-Asian writers, including Permanent Record by Mary H.K. Choi.
How do books make it into a TV show? Who decides on the titles? What do they add to the show? A look at how TV shows use books as props.