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Fall in Love with Booklist’s #SeptemberRomance

Fall in Love with Booklist’s #SeptemberRomance

As a chill hits the air, driving us ever closer to one another, we celebrate romance fiction at Booklist. Each September, we publish an issue dedicated to all things romantic, from star-crossed lovers to happily-ever-afters—and this year, on the Booklist Reader, we’re taking things way past first base. You’ve heard of our famous Mystery Month? […]

The Latest Booklist: Spotlight on Romance and Travel

The Latest Booklist: Spotlight on Romance and Travel

The summer may have faded, but love springs eternal here at Booklist. As we introduce the latest installment of our long-running annual spotlight on romance, we begin the second year of our new tradition: #SeptemberRomance. For the next two weeks, The Booklist Reader will delight all your senses with daily romance injections: interviews with famous […]

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Buzzworthy Erotic Audiobooks
By October 4, 2016 0 Comments Read More →

Buzzworthy Erotic Audiobooks

On the heels of #SeptemberRomance comes a slightly NSFW innovation that I just have to share: this Daily Mirror story, “Literature with an Added Buzz: Company Creates Vibrator that Works in Time with Erotic Audiobooks. . . and It Can Even be Controlled Remotely by a Partner.” With a title like that, I don’t have much more to […]

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A Mega-List of Lovely, Lusty Librarian Romance
By September 30, 2016 0 Comments Read More →

A Mega-List of Lovely, Lusty Librarian Romance

A note from the editor: This is the final entry in #SeptemberRomance, our month-long celebration of romance novels. For more—way more!—great romance coverage, click here. Twenty years ago or so, my friend Debbie Mazoyer and I decided to team up and try our hand at writing romances. We chose the nom de plume Deborah Shelley, […]

Sex in YA: What Works, What Doesn’t, and Why It Matters
By September 14, 2016 0 Comments Read More →

Sex in YA: What Works, What Doesn’t, and Why It Matters

There are romance novels, and there are novels with sex in them, and only sometimes do the categories intersect. Few people know this better than YA authors Christa Desir (Bleed like Me, Other Broken Things) and Carrie Mesrobian (Sex & Violence, Cut Both Ways). They cohost the Booklist-sponsored Oral History Podcast, a hilarious and often […]

K-I-S-S-I-N-G on YA Book Covers

K-I-S-S-I-N-G on YA Book Covers

Cindy and Lynn: Booklist’s #SeptemberRomance seems like the perfect time to highlight all the kissy face on teen book covers.       Let’s start slowly with the lipstick traces on Anna Michels’ 26 Kisses (2016) and what we assume is an off-stage kiss on the cover of On the Fence by Kasie West (2014).         […]