The past few years have offered us a wealth of choices in Black romance featuring queer couples, including D’Vaughn and Kris Plan a Wedding by Chencia C. Higgins, and it’s been a joy to see.
If you need a little joy in your life, even if you're not usually a manga reader, the Househusband series is the best place to start.
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.