Vernieda Vergara is a freelance writer who loves books, comics, true crime, and all things creepy. Her work has appeared on Book Riot, Den of Geek, Women Write About Comics, and other venues scattered across the internet. She lives in the Washington DC suburbs where she takes care of far too many plants and drinks even more tea.
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The Fae have fascinated readers and writers alike for centuries, and they're enjoying a resurgence of late thanks to books like Emily Wilde's Encyclopaedia of Faeries.
These books aren't just for adults, but older science fiction fans might love them the most.
You'll want to read like there's no tomorrow.
Tokyopop helped manga go mainstream in America and reach the level of success it enjoys today.
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Tarot cards can be difficult to understand for beginners, but this guide can help you get started.
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These magical adventures draw in young readers.
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Explore the history, benefits, and community offered by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers Assocation.
How many have you read?
Once upon a reimagining...
Sharpen your blade and prepare for battle.
These sagas beckon mortals into the fae realm—but explore at your own risk.
When it comes to sci-fi or fantasy, why not have both?
Take an adventure among the stars with these must-read sagas.
These SFF reads have been the subject of controversy and censorship.
Those expecting a carbon copy of the previous Matrix films will be disappointed—but the movie is stronger for it.
Let's wade into an age-old debate.