Valentine's Day is around the corner (have you noticed the bouquets, chocolates, and heart-shaped balloons literally everywhere?!) and you know what that means, right? Yup, it's time to get lost in your favorite literary love stories! Bookseller Bug joins us on the blog to recommend of their spicy faves! Hey there. Bug here, your favorite goblin … Continue reading Valentine’s Day Reading: Enemies to Lovers!
Bookseller Lilli F. joins us on the BookPeople blog for the second part of her limited series that focuses on manga and various sub-genres that full under that wide umbrella! This installment focusses on Shōjo! The second genre that I’m going to be talking about is shōjo manga! Shōjo typically encompasses romance, humor, and slice-of-life … Continue reading Jump Into Manga with Lilli (Part 2)
Bookseller Lilli F. joins us on the BookPeople blog for a limited series that focuses on manga and various sub-genres that full under that wide umbrella! The genre "Manga" is a very broad category, so I’m here to help you narrow it down a bit with genres within manga as a whole. This post is … Continue reading Jump Into Manga with Lilli (Part 1)
If you, like us, have seen the entirety of Bridgerton on Netflix all the way through and are asking yourself what's next?, we have just the cure. Bookseller Olivia O. has compiled a delectable list of historical romance series to savor and swoooon over while we eagerly await Season 2 The Bridgerton series by Julia Quinn This is … Continue reading Reading List: For Fans of ‘Bridgerton’
Amistad Books is encouraging readers to purchase any two books by Black writers between June 14th and June 20th. The goal is to blackout bestsellers lists with Black voices and demonstrate the power of Black publishing. We've gathered some bookseller favorites in case you needed some ideas. We also encourage you to buy from a … Continue reading BlackoutBestsellerList Recommendations
Horror will always be present in the world—therefore, an art of horror will always be necessary... Bookseller Elijah presents his ten favorite horror stories, available at bookpeople.com. Enjoy! In his Poetics, Aristotle famously says that a good tragedy should inspire “pity and fear.” Yet why should fear be a desirable effect of art? Aristotle explains … Continue reading Elijah’s Ten Favorite Horror Stories
The TV adaptation of Sally Rooney's Normal People is finally here, and we are all... feeling things. Some of us binged it in a day, some of are taking our time, taking in episodes here and there to make it last a little bit longer... some of us haven't been able to bear it. When … Continue reading Bookseller Love for Normal People
Hey, fellow gamers! Are you mourning the push backs of those highly-anticipated 2020 titles? If you're anything like me, you've been watching the days and hours tick down on that Last of Us II pre-order with unbridled excitement, maybe playing through the remaster for the twentieth time with your eyes closed, trying to mop up … Continue reading Guest Blog: Lindsey’s Book List for the Intrepid Gamer
We've been celebrating National Poetry Month with daily readings from Elijah over on our Instagram! Today, he's here to share his expertise so you can hopefully find new poetry to provide joy, strength, and comfort at home. The Complete Poetry and Prose of William Blake One of the most unique and visionary geniuses in all … Continue reading Elijah’s Poetry Selections
Bored at home? Try some great graphic novels! I've been a comic geek since 1965! Here's the best new stuff around, and there is a lot of it if you want it! - Griffin, BookPeople Bookseller Love Superheroes? I love me some mainstream superheroes; Spiderman, Superman, Avengers and JLA, but there's a whole world of … Continue reading Griffin’s Graphic Novel Picks!