| Jun 24
Some of the most progressive, inspiring, and altogether refreshing queer stories are coming out of the YA scene.
6 Showstopping Books by Broadway’s Best to Get You Ready for the Tony’s
| Jun 6
This year’s Tony Award celebration is fast approaching, so if you’re like me and can’t wait to get in on all the razzle-dazzle, check out these Tony-nominated authors and their truly showstopping stories!
Instant Reads: Books for Every Instant Hotel
| Jun 3
Every home isn’t complete without a book, so here’s some reads that would really accentuate the rooms in the Instant Hotels.
5 Dark Folklore Reimaginings After You See The Curse of La Llorona
| May 10
These are five of my favorite novels that feature folklore and mythologies, often giving them a new twist, but central to each story are entities, legends, and myths that have lasted the test of time.
Bad Seeds: Pet Sematary and Literature’s Creepiest Kids
| May 6
Spooky kids in literature are nothing new: they’ve had a long history that has chilled horror lovers for years. Here are books featuring my favorite creepy kids, who prove that, indeed, sometimes dead is better.
Having Fun Isn’t Hard, When You’ve Got a Library Card!
| Apr 5
Growing up, my local library was my home away from home. These are my five favorite New York City libraries, but there are 138 others to explore too!