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!”

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”

Lambda Literary Awards 2021: Children and YA Winners

My friend and fellow librarian extraordinaire, Whitney Davidson-Rhodes had the opportunity to be on the judging panel for the 2021 Lambda Literary Award season. Lambda Literary Award gives recognition and promotion to LGBTQ books and authors and every year they award the best of the best. To see the full list of the 2021 winners,Continue reading “Lambda Literary Awards 2021: Children and YA Winners”

Quote of the Day – June 23, 2021

Reads to Celebrate Caribbean American Heritage Month

June is Caribbean American Heritage Month, a celebratory month to recognize the contributions of Caribbean Immigrants have made to the United States. From food to literature, Caribbean Americans have contributed so much to the vitality and history of the United States. As a Caribbean American (my mother is from Antigua), I’m very proud of myContinue reading “Reads to Celebrate Caribbean American Heritage Month”