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About Tirzah Price

Tizrah Price
Most of Tirzah Price's life decisions have been motivated by a desire to read as many books as humanly possible. She holds an MFA in Writing for Children & Young Adults from Vermont College of Fine Arts, and has worked as an independent bookseller and librarian before becoming a full-time writer. She’s a senior contributing editor at Book Riot, where she co-hosts the Hey YA podcast, and has written for Audible, Kobo, and Novel Suspects as well as serving as a NoveList advisor. Tirzah is the author of the Jane Austen Murder Mysteries, which include Pride and Premeditation, Sense and Second-Degree Murder, and Manslaughter Park, published by HarperTeen. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram: @TirzahPrice

The Best Historical Romance Novels

When someone says romance novels, all too often we envision book covers of a hero and heroine embracing in period clothing that is in various state of undress. Historical romance dominates the romance genre to be sure, but there’s so much more to historical romance than a drawing room setting and passionate embraces. Whether you’re familiar with historical romance or new to the genre, we’ve rounded up some of the best historical romance novels both past and present! Note: Traditionally this genre has been very white and very heterosexual, so while we made an effort to include as many books featuring queer romance and by authors of color, this is one area that romance publishing needs to improve on!Continue Reading

The Vanishing Half Book Club Questions

The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett was one of the most popular books of 2020, read and beloved by countless readers, including Barack Obama! It was also a 2021 Women’s Prize finalist and the perfect pick for book clubs everywhere. If your book club has chosen it for their next pick, we’ve got your The Vanishing Half summary, reading guide, and book club discussion questions to ensure your next meeting goes smoothly!Continue Reading

How to Run a Book Club

The only thing better than reading great books is talking about great books, and that’s why book clubs are the best. If you’ve looked around your communities and not found a book club that you can join, then why not start your own? You don’t need any prior experience, and the only prerequisites are a love of books, and maybe some organizational skills! In this article, we’ll walk you through all of the considerations and expectations of how to run a book club!Continue Reading