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A list of 10 books for the August 2019 #WotNReadingChallenge. This month's prompt is in honor of WorldCon, and is "A book that won a major SFF Award."
There are some books that people see as YA that really aren't. The books I'm talking about are mostly fantasy books by women, because I guess if a lady is...
Everyone knows that you’re not supposed to judge a book by its cover. However, it is a natural human instinct to do so, especially if we’re being literal. If...
A recommendation list of 10 books for the May 2019 #WotNReadingChallenge prompt. The prompt this month is "a pop culture history."
A list of 10 books for the April #WotNReadingChallenge. The challenge prompt is "A book about the climate," so don't forget your existential dread!
The monthly article for the 2019 #WotNReadingChallenge. This month, the site is discussing the March 2019 prompt, "a book that features the undead."
This month's article discusses the February 2019 prompt for the #WotNReadingChallenge, which is “A book under 300 pages.”
This month’s prompt is “A book with magic,” the prompt equivalent of a slam dunk assisted with a convenient stool. Relax with this one. You made it to the end...
This month's #WotNReadingChallenge is 'a graphic novel without superheroes.' Yes, it's a bit of a freebie, but getting a master's degree is hard.
Join us for the May #WotNReadingChallenge. The prompt for this month is "A graphic novel from someone other than the Big Two."
For the April #WotNReadingChallenge, we prompt you to read a nonfiction book.
In the March #WotNReadingChallenge, we prompt you to read a book (graphic novel or otherwise) involving death.
In the February #WotNReadingChallenge, we prompt you to read a graphic novel adaptation of a novel.
10 books that you can choose from to fulfill the January prompt of the 2018 #WotNReadingChallenge: "A Book from the 2017 NPR Book Concierge."