Whether you’re an avid reader or just dabble in the occasional good read, we’ve got you covered! We’ve been reviewing books, interviewing interesting authors, and writing book-related articles since 2008. Take a peek below — we cover 30 different genres — so you’re bound to find a book that ticks your box. See what our reviewer thought of it. While we often provide a Bookshop.org link to buy any book that strikes your fancy here, we strongly encourage you to support your local bookstore and pick up a copy there.

Latest Interviews

Interview with Anara Guard, author of Like a Complete Unknown

What inspired you to write this book? I grew up at the very edge of the Sixties, too young to participate much but old enough to be a...

An Interview with Terrance C. Newby, Author of Dangerfield’s Promise

Chicago Book Review's Maria Yinks interviews Terrance C. Newby, author of Dangerfield's Promise. What was the most rewarding aspect of...

Interview with Esther Mollica, Author of The Queen of Gay Street

Manhattan Book Review's Kristi Elizabeth interviews Esther Mollica, author of The Queen of Gay Street. What prompted you to write your...

Interview with Salah el Moncef, Author of Now and Then

Manhattan Book Review’s Kristi Elizabeth interviews Salah el Moncef, author of Now and Then What inspired you to write Now and Then? Are...

Interview with Anara Guard, author of Like a Complete Unknown

What inspired you to write this book? I grew up at the very edge of the Sixties, too young to participate much but old enough to be a...

An Interview with Terrance C. Newby, Author of Dangerfield’s Promise

Chicago Book Review's Maria Yinks interviews Terrance C. Newby, author of Dangerfield's Promise. What was the most rewarding aspect of...

Interview with Esther Mollica, Author of The Queen of Gay Street

Manhattan Book Review's Kristi Elizabeth interviews Esther Mollica, author of The Queen of Gay Street. What prompted you to write your...

Interview with Salah el Moncef, Author of Now and Then

Manhattan Book Review’s Kristi Elizabeth interviews Salah el Moncef, author of Now and Then What inspired you to write Now and Then? Are...

Latest Reviews

I Hope This Doesn’t Find You

I Hope This Doesn’t Find You

Sadie Wen is the perfect student - straight A’s, school captain, valedictorian. She’s a people pleaser and doesn’t want to ruffle any feathers. Sadie bottles all of her frustrations, anger, and pressure and pours all of her feelings and thoughts into her emails. No...

Everyone But Myself: A Memoir

Everyone But Myself: A Memoir

This book will appeal to every over-loaded working mom with high expectations of herself (which is probably most of us!). In the same year that Julie returned to work, her yoga studio closed, her husband traveled frequently, her father had a health crisis, and yet she...

Life on the Thames (Child’s Play Library)

Life on the Thames (Child’s Play Library)

When there is mention of the Thames River, most people think about London, but the river runs from near the West Coast of England to the Eastern shore and into the North Sea, nearly two hundred and fifty miles. As with every river, the Thames not only has a rich...

Aftershock: A Novel

Aftershock: A Novel

A lyrical, emotionally intense experience of the 1976 earthquake in Tangshan, China, and the agonizing aftermath, Aftershock: A Novel is a sharp and complex novel by Zhang Ling, translated by Shelly Bryant. When disaster strikes the city of Tangshan, hundreds of...

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Latest Articles

Women-Led Graphic Novels

If you’re looking for a graphic novel that centers on the adventures of a strong, independent, and dynamic female lead character, then look no further than the five books featured in this roundup. From the past to the future to the deeply strange present, all five...

Through Another’s Eyes

The five memoirs included in this roundup detail the lives and experiences of five truly remarkable individuals. From mysterious medical conditions and life in cyberspace to culinary adventures and survival against the odds by way of adventuresome history, the stories...

Pride Month Roundup

In the United States, LGBTQ Pride Month is celebrated every June to commemorate the Stonewall Riots, which took place in New York City in 1969 and marked a turning point in the fight for equality. If you’re looking for some new queer reads to enjoy this June, then...

YA for the Forever Young

If you prefer your young adult fiction to feature some romance or maybe a poetic memoir, then the books included in this list will appeal to you. There’s a mix of contemporary, paranormal, and science fiction to dip into as well as a hint of horror and some LGBTQ+...

Escape with Modern Literature

If you’re looking for a read that will both challenge and entertain, then the five modern works of fiction included in this roundup should be right up your alley. From rampaging gamers to mysterious blue lights in the sky to spies with various levels of success, these...

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