We all love a good thriller. Whether it is a TV show, movie, or novel, being led to the edge of our seat, our minds conjuring endless possibilities to answer the questions placed in front of us are all part of incredible story telling. The chance to be wowed, toRead More →


I read a lot, and I go to a lot of book conventions. One thing that I have noticed when attending these conventions is that there aren’t too many authors of color floating around. Another fact which I am ashamed to admit is, I myself, am not too familiar withRead More →

We’re all about books becoming movies or television shows. We kinda wish that people were snapping up more contemporary books, but hey, fantasy books are just as equally amazing. The newest book to be getting a television option is the fantasy book Bloodleaf by Crystal Smith. Clearleaf Media has snappedRead More →

Sweaters, boots, and pumpkin spice lattes will soon be replacing those shorts, flip flops, and iced coffees, as we prepare for fall. With summer ending, it’s time to start gathering up those fall reads.  If you are unsure of what to add to your TBR, have no fear, Fangirlish isRead More →

I am a bibliophile and if there is one thing I love more than anything, it’s going to bookstores. I love going on the hunt for new bookstores because often, you find something you wouldn’t normally find anywhere else. With it being summertime, I find some people have no ideaRead More →

We all know Stephen King is a master of horror. With more than 85 books under his belt, film adaptations and some of the most iconic frightening scenes in history created in his mind, there is no question he is the epitome of the horror genre. Books such as IT,Read More →

In an effort to build a space for queer people like myself, every Tuesday I’ll be posting opinion pieces, listicals, reviews, and more focused on the LGBT community (and occasionally about the Latinx/WOC community since I am Latinx.) Welcome to Queerly Not Straight! And for the month of June we’ll beRead More →

Another book. Another option. To be honest, this book has been out, but I haven’t read it. It’s sitting on my side table. However, Aurora Rising has been a book that all my friends are talking about. The book, which comes from Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff, has been optionedRead More →

The Hunger Games might’ve wrapped some time ago, but it’s about to make a comeback. Prequel style. Author Suzanne Collins announced that a Hunger Games prequel novel is in the works and slated for a 2020 release. The untitled new book, which will hit bookshelves on May 19, 2020, is set 64 yearsRead More →

Many of us who read a lot of YA romance are probably familiar with this particular meme: Young adult romance has the ability to show us the variety of perfection in fictional boys. The sensitive jock, the artistic bad boy, the hot nerd, all of them give us the fantasyRead More →

I love books.  Seriously, if I could get paid to just sit and read all day, I would take that. What I love even more is getting the chance to meet the authors behind all the books I love. That’s what book signings are for. I have been attending bookRead More →