Canadian actor, director, and screenwriter Sarah Polley has released a new book that features a collection of essays. Read on for our review!
#WithLoveFromLondon reminds us that time is precious and forgiveness is a gift that can always be given.
Like so many members of the online book community, I grew up on YA literature – most of which follows high school age characters and deals with themes relevant to people in that age group. Also like many others in…
Looking for some LGBTQ books to check out this April? We’ve got you covered with this week’s Queerly Not Straight.
For Anna Todd’s birthday we were treated to some special looks at the ‘After‘ Graphic Novel and we are more excited than ever.
If streaming services are looking for the next Bridgerton or Outlander to adapt, they should look no further than the Pink Carnation series!
Queerly Not Straight the column is back with a list of 10 LGBTQ books that you should check out this March. Read on for more.
Anna Todd has a new book coming in The Brightest Stars series and we can’t wait to get our hands on it. We’ve been waiting for this.
We talked to Love, Theodosia author Lori Goldstein about her latest book, writing a historical drama and her fave Valentines Day reads.
Queerly Not Straight has put together a list of 10 new LGBTQ books you should check out this February. Read them here!
February is Black history month and during that time we elevate Black voices any way we can. That includes the literary world.
Castles in Their Bones by Laura Sebastian defied all our expectations except one: We knew we’d love it. And we did.
Marissa Meyer’s The Lunar Chronicles book series has been optioned, and we cannot wait to see it come to life.
February is the month of love and there is no shortage of movies heading our way including Tangled from streaming service Passionflix.
Shauna Robinson’s Must Love Books isn’t the book you expect it will be — but that doesn’t mean it’s not worth your time.
The Bone Spindle is a fun, entertaining genderbent Sleeping Beauty retelling that you won’t want to put down.
We talked to author J. Elle about Ashes of Gold, the sequel to her bestselling novel Wings of Ebony, as well as representation.
When You Get the Chance channels Mamma Mia! with an inspiration read centred around a young Broadway hopeful and her passion for musical theater.
A new year has arrived and with that means new movies. Lots and lots of new movies. We love movies and we’re looking forward to so many of them. No, seriously, we are. We even have a list of films…
Queerly Not Straight has you covered for the month of January with a list of LGBTQ+ books you should check out.