Heartstopper Readlikes: Books To Read After Reading ( & Watching) The Series!

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!”

Kat Leyh Talk Now Online

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!

Noteworthy Manga For Your 2022 Radar

Hello hello! It’s me, Joe Pascullo, returning to pen a guest piece on my friend Tabrizia’s blog! Hope you’ve all been doing well! Last year, I wrote a piece about noteworthy new manga titles that hit shelves in the spring. I’m back here again in 2022 for another round of debuting manga that are outContinue reading “Noteworthy Manga For Your 2022 Radar”

Quote of the Day – March 31, 2022

Upcoming Releases Perfect For Spring Reading

It may feel different outside, but according to our calendars, spring has arrived! And that means we have warm and comfortable weather coming our way (hopefully, it will come soon)! However, we book lovers don’t only have the nice weather to look forward to but also the exciting new releases coming our way, great newContinue reading “Upcoming Releases Perfect For Spring Reading”

Quote of the Day – March 27, 2022

Book Series You Wish It Didn’t End (But Understand Why It Did)

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)”

Author Talk with Adiba Jaigirdar

Then right after Lucy Cuthew, join me and my colleague Whitney as we will be in discussion Irish YA author Adiba Jaigirdar, writer of the bestselling books The Henna Wars and most recently, Hani and Ishu’s Guide To Fake Dating!

Book Review: Hani and Ishu’s Guide to Fake Dating by Adiba Jaigirdar

Format: Hardcover Pages: 352 pages Published:  May 25, 2021 (UK: May 27, 2021) Publisher: Page Street Kids (UK: Hodder Children’s Books) Genre: Young Adult, Romance, Contemporary, LGBTQIA+

Quote of the Day – January 20, 2022