Fangirlish 2022 End of the Year Lists: Books We’re Looking Forward To In 2023

Readers can look forward to a lot of great books in 2023. Read on for our list of some of the upcoming books that have us hyped!

Book Review: ‘The Year Without A Summer’ By Arlene Mark

We wanted to love #TheYearWithoutSummer, but we found ourselves feeling like some parts were forced, taking us out of the story.

Book Review: ‘The Good Girl Complex’ By Elle Kennedy

Sometimes you want to love a book because you love the author and then you read the book and you have to ask yourself what the f**k you just read.

Book Review: ‘Every Summer After’ By Carley Fortune

#EverySummerAfter is a must read book & one we’ll definitely be reading again. @carleyfortune hit us in the feels. We couldn’t stop turning the pages.

Dolly Parton To Headline The Adaptation Of ‘Run, Rose, Run’

Dolly Parton and Reese Witherspoon has our attention. James Patterson is like meh. But Dolly’s return to the big screen is a yay!

Book Review: “The Secret Love Letters Of Olivia Moretti” By Jennifer Probst

‘The Secret Love Letters Of Olivia Moretti’ is out today & we definitely don’t think that you should miss it. It’s Jennifer Probst at her finest.

Book Review: ‘The Paris Bookseller’ By Kerri Maher

#TheParisBookseller is out today. It’s a beautifully written book, but felt more like a history lesson than a story we’d want to read again.

‘Noggin’ Set For Adaptation To Series At Disney+

Well, we’re interested in #Noggin being adapted by Disney. Still haven’t read the book… but interested…

Kelsea Ballerini Opens Up In Her New Poetry Book

This is a poetry book that we can’t wait to read. Kelsea Ballerini opens up about some really personal things in #FeelYourWayThrough

Meghan Markle Hosts Live Reading Of Her Children’s Book ‘The Bench’

#TheDuchessOfSussex sat down and read her book, #TheBench. See the video here.

Our Favorite 10 Books We Read in 2020

Some of us have survived this quarantine year by baking banana bread, some by taking on a new hobby, some by finally working out, but a large majority of us have taken this time to go on adventures within the…


Give me a book and give me a good excerpt to get me anxious to read it and I am happy. Very happy.

Book Excerpt: ‘The Last Train To Key West’

We don’t know about you, but quarantine has us reading a lot of books and always looking for new things to read. There is only so much television a person can handle. Today we’re bringing you an excerpt from the…

The Cover For Marissa Meyer’s ‘Instant Karma’ Has Been Released

I will be the first to admit that I need to find my love for reading again. I want to have more patience to read, but I think that the world around us all right now has caused me to…

Book Review: It Devours by Joseph Fink & Jeffrey Cranor

I started this book in September 2018, but took a long break until mid January 2020. When I picked it back up earlier this year, I quickly learned that I was just 7 pages from the action hitting. If only…

Book Review: Neverworld Wake by Marisha Pessl

I read this book hoping it would help with the book hangover caused by Turtles All the Way Down, and instead it exacerbated it. Let’s dive right into this Neverworld Wake review!

Book Review: The Right Swipe by Alisha Rai

Friends and Fangirls, I am a big fan of Romance books, but I never read them. They tend to be too quick of reads for me to want to spend money on them, so my cheap ass says nah. But…

7 YA Book to Film Adaptations We Can’t Wait to See in 2020

As a new year quickly approaches, we say goodbye to a year that brought us a lot of great book-to-film adaptations. Hits like After, Five Feet Apart, and The Sun Is Also A Star brought some of our favorite stories…

5 Reasons You Should Read Misha & Vicki Collins ‘The Adventurous Eaters Club’

The Adventurous Eaters Club by Misha & Vicki Collins is a game changer when it comes to the way you look at food, especially when you’ve got a couple of kids under your belt and hungry mouths to feed that…

Lili Reinhart Will Release A Book Of Original Poetry

Poetry. Now I will not say that I hate it, because I write it. I find a lot of joy in writing out feelings. And if we’re being honest, I am glad that it’s coming back in popularity, because I…