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Past articles by Keith:

Stephen King Books That Aren’t (Strictly) Horror

It, Misery, The Shining, Pet Semetary—on the backs of novels like these, Stephen King hoisted himself on the pop culture landscape in a way few—if any—other horror authors have managed. The so-call… → Read More

From Mid-World to the Institute: The SFF Works of Stephen King

It, Misery, The Shining, Pet Semetary—on the backs of novels like these, Stephen King hoisted himself on the pop culture landscape in a way few—if any—other horror authors have managed. The so-call… → Read More

Perfect Books for Fans of The Office on Netflix

The Office laid the groundwork for a slew of successful comedies to follow in its considerable wake. Funnily enough, we just happen to have a few books for fans of The Office to keep the joys of Dunder Mifflin going. → Read More

Books Like Killers of the Flower Moon

If you loved David Grann’s bestseller and find yourself wanting more narrative nonfiction, check out this list of books like killers of the flower moon. → Read More

Inspiring Books to Lift You Up

Whether you’re looking to inject your life with a bit of grace, searching for a good quote to get you through a rough day, or simply trying to figure out this whole being-a-grown-up thing, we’ve got a few inspiring books that could be just the thing you need. → Read More

Books on Animals for People Who Love Their Pets

Whether you’re a dog parent or you live with a cat who lets you share their space, these books on animals offer a bit of an escape into the worlds of our fur-ball friends. → Read More

Netflix Adaptations We Can't Wait to Watch

For the bibliophiles who love a great book-to-screen binge watch, here are some Netflix adaptations that we are looking forward to watching. → Read More

Shocking Thrillers Inspired by True Crime

When a great thriller draws inspiration from real-life events, it creates an air of authenticity and plausibility that make those chills and nerve-jangling stories even better. Here are a few of our favorite thrillers inspired by true crime. → Read More

LGBTQ Books to Celebrate Pride Month

A Stonewall reader, a lesbian rom-com, a First Lady's love affair, a teen couple trying to overcome their communities' biases, and more, these 23 LGBTQ books are essential reading for Pride and beyond. → Read More

Books to Read if You Love The Goonies

Few movies bring back the rush of childhood like The Goonies in all of its Amblin Entertainment glory. There are, thankfully, plenty of great books to read if you love The Goonies. Here are some of our favorites. → Read More

Books That Transport You to Faraway Places

A book with a strong sense of place is a magical thing—it can transport you to locales, both exotic and mundane, all from the well-worn confines of a comfortable couch. → Read More

Book-to-Movie Adaptations We Cannot Wait to See

2019 is shaping up to be brilliant year for book-to-movie adaptations with classic thrillers, quirky romances, and beloved coming-of-age tales making their way to the cinema. Here are several adaptations we’re looking forward to. → Read More

The Best Historical Fiction of 2019

These best historical fiction novels of 2019 not only provide a window into a particular time period, but reimagine the details to create a blend of truth and fiction that's truly remarkable. → Read More

Super Books to Read During the Big Game

What do we do during the Big Game when the commercials aren't playing? Catching up on some reading certainly seems like the way to go. → Read More

Chilling Thrillers Coming Out This Winter

What better time is there to curl up with a hot beverage (spiked or otherwise), a comfy blanket, and great book than now? It's the perfect season for some chilling winter thrillers. → Read More

Books to Read to Experience JOMO

Forget FOMO. The Joy of Missing Out is all about canceling your plans to go home and read. → Read More

A Conversation with Marlon James

Marlon James, the award-winning author of A Brief History of Seven Killings, chatted with us at NY Comic Con about his transition to the fantasy genre with his latest book. → Read More

A Reader's Guide to the Works of Haruki Murakami

Haruki Murakami is a masterful storyteller who has mesmerized readers around the world with his unique style. Here's a look at some of his finest works. → Read More

Earth, Water, Air, and Fire: 13 Best Books on the Elements

These books shed light on the four elements - earth, water, air, and fire - and the impact they have on the world around us. → Read More

Katherine Arden on Russian Fairy Tales and Finishing Her Trilogy

We caught up with Katherine Arden for a quick chat about how it feels to finish up the Winternight Trilogy, Russian fairy tales, and cupcakes. → Read More