Got a mixed bag of genres this week!
What We’re Reading
Time to add to your TBR!
Austin Liti Limits: Aaron Burch
In Part 1 of Episode 53, author and professor Aaron Burch sits down for a virtual interview with award-winning writer Scott Semegran.
Quick: What was the last Jewish book you read?
Happy May, y'all! To celebrate Jewish American Heritage Month, we're handing our platform over to the hosts of the Greater Austin Jewish Book Club to talk about their recommended reading for the month. Last year, we launched the Greater Austin Jewish Book Club, fueled by our mutual love of reading and our desire to create … Continue reading Quick: What was the last Jewish book you read?
Austin Liti Limits: May Cobb
In Part 1 of Episode 52, bestselling author May Cobb sits down for a virtual interview with award-winning writer Scott Semegran.
What We’re Reading
We missed updating y'all with our "What We're Reading" posts so we're bringing this back! Expect reviews of all kinds: books you can buy immediately, books you can pre-order, fiction, nonfiction, anything goes!
Austin Liti Limits: Allegra Hyde
In Part 1 of Episode 51, award-winning author Allegra Hyde sits down for a virtual interview with award-winning writer Scott Semegran.
How to Stand Against #HB900
Dear Community of Readers, If you live in Texas, you know the legislature is in session and bills are being proposed daily. House Bill 900 (relating to the regulation of books sold to or included in public school libraries) was proposed, and if passed as currently written, would severely limit the relationship book vendors, like … Continue reading How to Stand Against #HB900
Austin Liti Limits: Mark Haber
In Part 1 of Episode 50, author and bookseller Mark Haber sits down for a virtual interview with award-winning writer Scott Semegran.
An Intro Guide to Light Novels
So, what are Light Novels? They aren’t quite manga, because they are mostly just words, but they aren’t really normal novels since, I don’t know, they have anime people on the cover, I guess? And what is with all the ridiculous titles anyway? All pretty good questions and ones you may have asked yourself, even if you’ve already taken a liking to this subgenre of literature.