After graduating from the Columbia Publishing Course in 2016, Olivia found her happy place—a job where she could express her bibliophilic passions all day, every day. Now she writes and edits articles for six genre-specific book sites, covering everything from marriages of convenience on A Love So True to the best historical fiction novels on Early Bird Books. Even when she isn’t on the clock, she is likely defending Cersei Lannister’s right to the Iron Throne, quoting Outlander as if it’s Shakespeare, or trying to solve the JonBenet Ramsey case.
With eight days of celebration, you're going to need a couple of gift ideas...
In So Brave, Young, and Handsome, a stumped writer gets more than inspiration from his adventure across the Wild Wild West.
Flying is so much better when you have a book to keep you company.
There's always time to treat yourself—and your ears—to a great story.
Go up, up, and away into the far reaches of the universe.
These aren't your average mystery novels.
Celebrate our favorite season in the best way possible: curled up in a reading chair.
Cornwall calling! Indulge your Poldark fever with sweeping historical fiction novels.
Consider your post-Agatha Christie slump solved.
Here's what you've been reading (and loving!) under the sun.
Julianne Moore and Ken Watanabe star in the adaptation of Ann Patchett's novel based on the Lima hostage crisis.
The 1967 piece on San Francisco hippies is included in the critically-acclaimed collection of the same name.
Here's what to read when you're missing Jamie and Claire.
Partly inspired by his father's secret past, author Patrick Gale has written a powerful, multi-generational gay love story for the small screen.
A book published by the Anne Frank House profiles the Secret Annex—the Frank family's two-year hideout—and the famous diarist's life inside.
In The English Teacher, a dark secret drives a wedge between Vida Avery and her new family.
Throughout her career, the author of The Heart is a Lonely Hunter showed a deep empathy for, and understanding of, the outsider.
Being a bibliophile comes with its own set of issues.