The prompt is “A locked room mystery”, which really seems like the punchline to the joke “What happens if you’re quarantining with someone you absolutely can’t...
Tag - #WotNReadingChallenge
The oncoming terror of the 2020 presidential election has stripped a lot of my words away, so have 10 books that mash (at least) two genres together for your...
Everything’s rapidly decaying—news at 11. For our #WotNReadingChallenge, let’s look at books featuring epidemics.
The September 2020 prompt for the #WotNReadingChallenge is "a classic novel." Luckily, this category is bigger than it first appears.
Please consider whose voices you are reading. If you trust just Goodreads or Amazon to recommend new voices to you, you're just going to end up in a feedback...
Your summer #WotNReadingChallenge prompt is: "a book by both halves of a writing couple". That's meant to be one book each, and don't think I didn't agonize...
This year, the June #WotNReadingChallenge prompt is celebrating transgender and nonbinary protagonists.
In honor of Arthur Conan Doyle's birthday this month (22 May), let's read books featuring his most known creation.
Well. It has sure been a month. Indulge in a little bit of escapism with these 10 books featuring royalty.
This month we're reading hopepunk, a genre in which characters refuse to give into impossible odds, decimated environments, or the despair they feed.
Start with easy resolutions and work up to harder ones.
The third annual #WotNReadingChallenge! Eleven prompts! Twelve books! Come join us for a silly challenge that means nothing!
This article is a collection of collections for the December 2019 #WotNReadingChallenge prompt, which is "A SFF book of short stories."
Read a book by or about a presidential candidate this month!
Genre fiction is often looked down upon, I guess because people don't like having fun.
We discuss ten books that fall under this month's (September 2019) #WotNReadingChallenge prompt, which is "a book in translation."