We talked to Zoulfa Katouh about her debut “As Long as the Lemon Trees Grow” and telling a message of hope set in the Syrian revolution.
With Fall here, Queerly Not Straight has 10 LGBTQ+ books that are releasing this October to quench your reading needs.
Sarina Dahlan’s Reset is a book about who memory, about love, and about the things that make us, well …us, for better or worse.
Conventions are fun. Especially book conventions. I have been attending them since 2013 and haven’t stopped since. They’re great because you get the opportunity to see some of your favorites in person and you’re in a room full of people…
Looking for some queer books to pick up this fall? Queerly Not Straight has a list of LGBTQ books coming out this September!
Hispanic Heritage Month begins today and just as we are celebrating, so is Rudy Ruiz. We featured Ruiz’s The Resurrection of Fulgencio Ramirez here at Fangirlish before, and now we’re happy to bring you an excerpt from his new novel,…
Jennifer Lynn Barnes has managed to dazzle readers again with her latest book The Final Gambit. Read on for our review!
A Taste of Gold and Iron by Alexandra Rowland is a sweeping fantasy epic, full of soaring romance, political intrigue, and criminal conspiracies.
Jennifer Lynn Barnes’ “The Final Gambit” is out today — and we’ve got an exclusive excerpt for you to read (and listen to!)
R.L. Stine’s latest, Stinetinglers, is the perfect read to kick off spooky season. The best part? The insight into Stine’s creative mind.
A limited series based on the novel The Perfect Couple by Elin Hilderbrand is in the works at Netflix and we’re in!
We 💜 when a book that we enjoyed gets the turning into a movie treatment. This one definitely deserves it.
The Perfect Crimes of Marian Hayes by Cat Sebastian is a delightful romp through Georgian England, full of compelling characters and swoon-worthy romance.
Regency Romance fans, rejoice! Amalie Howard’s latest, Always Be My Duchess, gives readers lots of historical and romance goodness.
Victoria Aveyard, author of BookTok’s favorite Red Queen, has done it again with her latest book Blade Breaker.
Queerly Not Straight has put together a list of LGBTQ+ books that are coming out this July. Read on for more here.
Betty Culley’s The Name She Gave me is a novel in verse, which sounds weird, but it works. Read an exclusive excerpt and be convinced!
People just can’t seem to get enough of Bridgerton. After two (incredibly) successful seasons, Netflix announced a prequel limited series was in the works, focusing on Queen Charlotte’s rise to power. And now a prequel novel has been announced that…
Blood and Moonlight by Erin Beaty features fascinating mythology & complex characters, but the pacing & mystery leave something to be desired.
Amy Rose Bennett’s Up All Night With A Good Duke is just the kind of fun romance novel you’re looking for.