I read a lot of books. Often, they’re in the same genre, since I have my preferences. Some are good, some are great, some are […]
If you were looking for every YA release set for 2018, this is your lucky day.
Megan, the writer of the Book Birds blog, did some bookish community service for us — again! She created a complete list of YA book […]
Are you wondering how to create your schedule for BookCon without knowing when your most anticipated ARCs are dropping? Are you trying to plan when […]
Author Caitlin Starling was kind enough to sit for an interview with Fictionist after her book The Luminous Dead was published. This standalone sci-fi/horror novel […]
★★★★★ When I picked up The Luminous Dead, I had just moved to a new apartment. I was trying to balance work, exercise, cooking, cleaning, […]
★★★★★ Everything around you reminds you of the book — the plot, the characters, the setting. You can’t seem to stop thinking about your favorite […]
To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before isn’t just a great new rom com for viewers to sink their teeth into – it’s also an example of Asian representation on screen today.
Libraries are awesome and everyone should support them even if they are ‘weaponized in the new sexual revolution’ (which is a plus for me, TBH).
Read the first 72 pages of A Court of Frost and Starlight with us, for free!
You can read the first several chapters, or 185 pages, of Tower of Dawn here!
Magic, Powerful Women, LGBT+ Authors & More! We’ll take you through our favorite panels of BookCon 2018!
Ah, June. BEA and BookCon have come to a close. Summer is starting. And on Twitter, Pitch Wars season is upon us.
All of your last-minute BEA/BookExpo questions, answered.
Welcome to episode nine of Fiction Forward! This week, author Caleb Roehrig (pronounced like RARE-ig) joins us to chat about LGBT+ in YA fiction, his new book White Rabbit, and how having your shit together is a lie.
Welcome to Fiction Forward episode #8, a short book news roundup!