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Whether you're a whimsigoth or a PSL girlie, these autumnal goods are sure to make your fall season delightfully cozy.
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This selection of books, including fiction, nonfiction, essays, comics, and poetry, have a quiet sadness to them. Get in your feelings by starting with Real Life by Brandon Taylor.
From Hollywood heartthrobs to world famous rock stars, these romances pair regular people with celebrity love interests, including If the Boot Fits by Rebekah Weatherspoon.
How to Eat Fried Worms by Thomas Rockwell is celebrating its 50th birthday this year. Does it still hold up?
What is second chance romance? Why is this trope so popular? And what are the best second chance romance novels to get started with?
If you've just begun to explore the romance genre, here's why it's worth reading the romance novel classics — and where to start.
If it’s time for a reset in productivity and establishing your self-worth outside of your career, these anti-hustle books can help.