Megan Mabee

Megan Mabee has been filling notebooks with her story ideas since she first began reading. She enjoys board gaming, rewatching Miyazaki movies, and building elaborate train sets with her toddler. She savors nap time to squeeze in some reading and writing (and coffee!). Megan currently works in a high school library and hopes to publish a romance novel one day.

Libraries Most Mysterious: 8 Books About Magical and Mysterious Libraries

Prepare your biggest mug of cocoa, cocoon yourself under many blankets, and bury your nose in one of these books about magical libraries.

2020 Goodreads Choice Awards Winners Announced

The people have spoken! After tallying over 5 million votes, Goodreads has announced the winners of the 2020 Goodreads Choice Awards.

“The Game is Afoot!” 12 Books Like ENOLA HOLMES

Loved ENOLA HOLMES on Netflix? Here are 12 books like Enola Holmes for middle grade, young adult, and adult readers.

How to Genrefy Your Library: A Beginner’s Guide to Getting Started

Learn how to genrefy a library, or assign genres to books to help patrons find titles, with this step by step guide for beginners.

Songs for Sleepy-Time: Books to Sing Your Baby or Tot to Sleep

A collection of excellent books made for singing to and with your baby or tot, including Salsa Lullaby by Jen Arena and Erika Meza.

8 Cozy Middle Grade Ghost Stories

Get cozy with a bag of apple cider doughnuts and check out these delightfully eerie middle grade ghost stories.

How The Hunger Games Prequel Helped Me Realize I’ve Changed

One Hunger Games fan returns to the series, as an adult and mother, for the prequel and realizes how much her perspective has changed.

Finished Re-Watching AVATAR? Choose Your Favorite Character to Find Your Next YA Read!

Do you stan Katara, or maybe Aang? You've rewatched the show, now choose your favorite AVATAR character to find your next YA book.

8 Powerful Graphic Memoirs About Mothers and Motherhood

These graphic memoirs about mothers and motherhood, like Alison Bechdel’s Are You My Mother? A Comic Drama, are excellent reads—and comforting for mothers who’ve been there.

How a Combination of Reading and Daydreaming Turned Me Into a Writer

How one Rioter first developed the inkling that she wanted to become a writer while daydreaming as a kid, and why she has reading to thank for it.