The Lightest Object in the Universe by Kimi Eisele

A Q&A With The Lightest Object In The Universe Author Kimi Eisele

What if the end times allowed people to see and build the world anew? Read...
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Music, God, Love, Desire: In Conversation With Cameron Dezen Hammon

Hammon never shirks the seriousness of such truth-telling. I spoke to her about music, privacy, sex and love addiction, and the unquenchable hunger of being alive.  Read...
Soniah Kamal's Unmarriageable

Cover Reveal: A First Look At The Paperback Cover of Soniah Kamal's Unmarriageable 

Ravishly is proud to present an exclusive look at the paperback cover of Soniah Kamal's Unmarriageable... Read...
If the Ice Had Held

A Q+A With Author Wendy J. Fox

I had the pleasure of chatting with Wendy J. Fox about her recent novel If the Ice Had Held. Read...
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How To Read Your Way Out Of Breakup Hell

“Can you read your way out of hell?” I’d written this in messy letters... as though writing the words could render some magic spell.  Read...
I like big books.

The Best Books Of 2017 (And Some To Watch For In 2018)

I love books so much that the first thing I did when we bought our new house was build a bookshelf into the dining room wall.


If Leigh Bardugo Is Starting A Cult, Sign Me Up!

Leigh Bardugo isn’t just an incredible writer; she’s also an incredible person, not least because she writes very diverse stories that give readers the gift of representation.

Genre fiction is all about knowing what has been written in the canon previously, what current trends are, what audiences are excited about, and what hasn’t yet been done.

Why Diverse Genre Fiction Is Important, And How To Get It Right

Diverse genre fiction shares a lot in common with diverse literature, in that a lot of the challenges are the same. We still have to ask a lot of questions about who gets to tell what stories, what kinds of books and authors are published, what it means to get it right, and who is on staff at the publishing houses that produce genre fiction.