R. Nassor

R. Nassor is interested in myth, performance, and pop culture. After embarking on a double major in English and Psychology and a Dance minor at GWU, she graduated with a BA in 2019. She soon began to work in Washington D.C. experiencing the life of a DMV young professional. She has many side projects, some of which include ceramics, dance, and the hunt for the perfect tea.

Do You Believe In Magic: The 11 Best YA Low Fantasy Books

Looking for some great YA low fantasy books? You'll love this roundup featuring a little of everything low fantasy.

The Top 30 TikTok Book Recommendations: 2023

Fantasy to YA, romance to litfic, this is what TikTok is reading right now. Find the best TikTok book recommendations 2023 has to offer.

The Benefits of Romance Book Clubs

Romance book clubs are the heart of romance community discourse. Here are the many benefits of becoming a member of one.

What Counts as Cozy Fantasy?

How much conflict is too much for a cozy fantasy? One reader proposes introducing labels for small conflict vs. large conflict cozy fantasy.

The 8 Best YA Lost Heir Fantasy books

YA lost heir fantasy books are a fantasy staple, and these books with monsters, subterfuge, and romance need to be added to your TBR ASAP. You can start with Blood Debts by Terry J Benton-Walker.

What is a Closed Door Romance?

From key terms to controversies, get an inside look at what closed door romances are, why we love them, and some recommended reads.

9 of the Best New Science Fiction and Fantasy Books To Read In March 2023

This exciting mix of new science fiction and fantasy novels out in March 2023 will help you finish off the worst of the winter.

Quiz: Design Your Dream Vacation and Get a Vacation Book Recommendation

A crucial part of a vacation is the perfect read. Design your dream vacation with this quiz and get a matching vacation book recommendation!

Reading Pathway: Sarah Beth Durst

Sarah Beth Durst is the hidden gem of the fantasy world who writes for kids, teens, and adults. Here are a few books of hers to start with.

The Superficiality of Villainy

There's a long history in fiction of villains being indicated by racist, homophobic, ableist visual cues. Are today's villains any better?