The 1947 Dakar–Niger railway strike is the focus of this richly observed novel.
BookTok has really brought back some of my faves 📚
Rock’s gender-bending extraness made him an online star. In a candid new memoir, he shares the struggles he experienced along the way.
In her new memoir, Jinger Vuolo becomes the first Duggar child to publicly speak out against her parents’ beliefs. It seems like she’s still working out what that means.
Riley Keough And Sam Claflin Star In The First "Daisy Jones & The Six" Trailer, And I'm Just So Excited
Riley Keough and Sam Claflin sing "Regret Me" in the first trailer for Daisy Jones & the Six, so, yes, I am freaking out over here.
11 Actors Who Were Cast In TV And Movie Adaptations After Fans Wanted Them Vs. 11 Times Casting Went With Another Option
Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool became a reality; meanwhile, people hope one day Florence Pugh stars in a live-action version of Tangled.
These Are The Absolute Best Books I Devoured This Past Year, According To Someone Who Reads Just About Every Single Day
If you need recommendations for the new year, I've got you covered.
"Imagine whatever you love about the book being stomped, sh*t upon, then stomped again by a bunch of otherwise talented actors."
In this excerpt from Weightless: Making Space for My Resilient Body and Soul, writer and fat rights activist Evette Dionne grapples with her interest in shows like My 600-lb Life and The Biggest Loser.
From SZA's new album to some underrated HBO and Netflix comedy specials, here is some pop culture stuff to get into.
I always forget there was an Eragon movie, and even when I see a photo from it, I'm not convinced.
“I love you, you're perfect / A manifestation of my dreams.”
Attention Fans Of "Interstellar" And "Westworld," Shea Ernshaw's New Book "A Wilderness Of Stars" Will Be Right Up Your Alley
Fans of Interstellar and Westworld will want to immediately check out Shea Ernshaw's latest!
A list of his suspected fibs has been making the rounds throughout the NBA fan community for more than a year.
Deliberate Cruelty reframes a ’50s crime scandal as a story about ethics. The result is more moralistic than revealing.
I Couldn't Get Enough Of "The American Roommate Experiment" By Elena Armas, So I Sat Down With Her To Talk All About It
"At the end of the day, the romance genre is not so much about making up things or reinventing, but about the journey to that happy ending, and the voice that takes you there."
The pop girlies have given us a lot to think about this week.
The pen is mightier than the sword!
Smart women allow their worlds to be turned upside-down by dynamic, intriguing men, because of seduction.
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.
I don’t know why I’m so consistently surprised by the failures of men in their early-to-mid-30s, but here I am, gagged every time.
"It's been 10 YEARS and Criston is still screaming, crying, throwing up, whenever someone mentions Rhaenyra."
The young women romanticizing the protagonists of books like Girl, Interrupted and My Year of Rest And Relaxation are missing something crucial.
"It's An Absolute Masterpiece": People Are Sharing The One Book They'll Forever Recommend For Others To Pick Up And Read
"Not a single wasted word or poorly formed sentence to be found."
From Russian folklore to a Scarlet Letter retelling to 1940s magical realism to Old West bloody true crime — these are the books you don't want to miss.
In case you're craving cultural fare for the holiday.
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.
Romance Novelist Nora Roberts Gave $50,000 To A Library That A Town Voted To Defund Over LGBTQ Books
The Michigan library had been attacked as "groomers" for stocking books on LGBTQ topics.
People can be afraid of books, and crucially, they can make others afraid of them, too.
I can't believe Caleb Rivers, the best man in Rosewood, doesn't exist in the Pretty Little Liars books.