Cheers for Heartstopper! The love story of Nick and Charlie has gripped the world ever since Alice Oseman debuted the Heartstopper webcomic back in 2016, and from 4 physical copies later, readers alike can’t get enough of Heartstopper. And with the Netflix series hitting our small screens last month, a wider audience deeply fell in love with a storyContinue reading “Heartstopper Readlikes: Books To Read After Reading ( & Watching) The Series!”
Didn’t manage to make the Kat Leyh author talk Whitney and I conducted ? Don’t worry! The full discussion is now online. Whitney did such a wonderful interviewing the comic book artist and it was a conversation you definitely want to check out! Watch Below!
This was a hard month. Not because it’s the 3rd day of the month and it’s already stressful (so far it is not, thank god). But there were so many great books being released in May that it was hard to narrow it down to just twenty! Although it was difficult, I managed to highlightContinue reading “Books to Read This Month: May Edition”
April is not only National Poetry Month but also Arab American Heritage Month, celebrating the Arab American Heritage and culture and paying tribute to the continuous contributions of Arab Americans and Arabic-speaking Americans. One of the many contributions that Arab Americans have made is in the literary world. Many wonderfully written books by Arab American authors, but IContinue reading “Books to Read for Arab American Heritage Month”
Can you believe it is already April?! While you are waiting for the showers to bring you the lovely flowers you yearn to see, why not immerse yourself in new releases that will highlight your day and the rest of the month! April has graced book lovers with great books, some from bestselling authors andContinue reading “Books to Read This Month: April Edition”
Gear up for another author talk! For this one in April, I will be collaborating with my friend and librarian Whitney Davidson-Rhodes as she will be in conversation with comic book writer and artist, Kat Leyh, co-writer and cover artist of the bestselling series, Lumberjanes, but also of Snapdragon and Thirsty Mermaids.
Whitney and I had a wonderful time talking with Julio Anta about his insightful and action-packed graphic novel, Home last week! If you were unable to attend or you just want to relive the talk, the full recording is now online. Watch Below!
Join me and my friend and fellow librarian, Whitney Davidson-Rhodes for another exciting author talk that will be happening this week with comic book writer, Julio Anta.
There are reasons why March is one of my favorite months. Spring is almost around the corner. March is when we celebrate Women’s History Month, celebrating the strength and power of women reigns supreme. But more importantly, book lovers get a jump-start on their spring reading! And this month, there are great new releases thatContinue reading “Books to Read This Month: March Edition”
I’m usually a one and done type of reader. I prefer standalone to books that are part of a series. It is a lot of less investment and minor disappointment for me, which has happened to me in the past. I get excited about a series, and I continue to read the books but thenContinue reading “Book Series You Wish It Didn’t End (But Understand Why It Did)”