Do characters need to be likable in order for us to like them? One reader examines the subjective nature of likability and wha it even means.
While TikTok might be the leading bookish social media platform, there's still value for readers and creators in book blogs.
In recent years, certain groups have demanded a more robust rating system for books, but there are many reasons this would be inequitable.
We've got piles of Christmas romance novels taller than evergreen trees, but where are the Thanksgiving romances?
A lot of self-help books could certainly be pamphlets, but should they be? A self-help reader with a fondness for the genre weighs in.
"Representation" isn't just a box we can tick off, and phrases like "good rep" and "bad rep" can so easily flatten and simplify.
I read WAY more horror books than I watch movies. Unlike movies or even TV shows, I’ve never been really scared by a book.
Book lovers the world over might disagree with the idea, but here are a few solid reasons to watch the movie first.
October has undoubtably become the month for reading horror for many, but are are reasons why you should consider reading it year round.
In July, an app called Tertulia was launched, promising streamlined book discovery. How does it stack up against existing bookish apps?