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If ‘mirrorball’ by Taylor Swift were a person, it would be the character, Elise Hannaway from Ali Hazelwood’s latest novel, ‘Love, Theoretically.‘ There are many versions of theoretical physicist Elsie Hannaway. By day she is an adjunct professor, juggling her workload between three universities. By night, she...

On my latest murder mystery kick, I picked up “One of Us is Lying” by Karen M. McManus. This book went ninety miles an hour from start to finish, which led to me reading it all in one day. This story has many twists and turns that keep the reader guessing and wanting more. The book focuses on four teens from...

If there is one thing better than a new Taylor Swift album, it’s book recommendations based on said album. On July 7, Swift blessed us with ‘Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)’, and there’s no better feeling than correlating books to songs. The lyrics of a song might not be an exact replica of the story but each of them...

The first book in Lilith’s Brood trilogy, “Dawn” by Octavia E. Butler tells the story of Lilith Lyapo, an African American woman rescued by extraterrestrial species called the ‘Oankali’, who saved the remaining humans on Earth after a nuclear war. After centuries of suspended animation, Lilith wakes up on a spaceship...

It’s is that time of the year again. Time to start making your New Year’s goals. A common goal in many people’s lists (besides the obvious one of getting fit) is reading more. If you are a fellow bookworm looking for additions to your want-to-read list, then buckle up as I am about to tell you the five best books to...

In her second novel, Ali Hazelwood delivers a heartfelt romance filled with science, hate and love. “Love on Brain” brings out fresh, developed characters that shine in her writing.  Bee Königswasser lives by one simple rule; what would Marie Curie do? She lands the opportunity of a lifetime when offered to lead a...

As we're about to ring in a new year we reflect on 2021, and especially the books we read in between COVID spikes.

While summer is technically over, 'Beach Read' by Emily Henry lets you hang on to those last bits of sunshine.

There are millions of books out there, but very few focus on queer relationships - even less on sapphic ones. We found five you should read.

"The Love Hypothesis" by Ali Hazelwood is an enemies to lovers story made for college students who want to add some spice to their shelves.