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21 Ace Books To Read During Ace Week

That’s right, it’s Ace Week! And as an ace (and aro) person who reads constantly, you better believe I have a big ol’ list of asexual-spectrum books for you.

I, A Golden State Warriors Fan, Am Concerned

Draymond Green and Jordan Poole have a whole season of plane flights, bus rides, locker rooms, and practices ahead of them — and feelings don’t just go away.

Men Are Calling Out The Things Female Authors Get So Wrong When Writing Male Characters In Their Books, And Some Of These Are Surprising

"Women underestimate the male ability to spend hours talking about the dumbest crap. I want to read a romance book where the guy is late, and she thinks he was cheating, but he was actually hanging out with the bros, talking about how unreasonably strong gorillas are and lost track of time."

12 Fall Books That You Can Easily Read In One Sitting

From hints of spookiness to dysfunctional family dynamics to paranormal romances that make you want to cuddle up with your favorite oversized sweater, these books are perfect for your fall TBR list.

“Sad Girl” Books Can Be Racist

The young women romanticizing the protagonists of books like Girl, Interrupted and My Year of Rest And Relaxation are missing something crucial.

18 Under-The-Radar Books That Deserve More Hype

From novels to nonfiction to short story collections, these under-the-radar gems should not be missed by avid readers who want to expand their collection.

35 New Books You Won’t Be Able To Put Down

From wild YA to steamy romance, and including new work by Taylor Jenkins Reid, Celeste Ng, and N.K. Jemisin — these fall books should be on your radar.

"This Is A Book You Can Read Even If You’ve Never Watched A Day Of Tennis In Your Life": Taylor Jenkins Reid Discusses Her Latest Novel And When We Can Expect To See Her Highly Anticipated TV And Movie Adaptations

From her latest book release to the adaptations of Daisy Jones & the Six and The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo to the beloved and widespread response to her stories, Taylor Jenkins Reid reveals what she loves about historical fiction.

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