BookTalk: comfort reads

After a long week, I often choose to ignore my TBR (to-be-read books) and instead pick up one of my favorite comfort reads. They’re all sweet, heartwarming romances that can cheer you up after a hard day, and since I’ve read them all at least five times, I can fall into the familiar worlds easily.  […]

BookTalk: books for the holidays

How many Jewish holidays can we fit into one month?? Probably not as many Jewish books as you can read in a month! This week we’re going to talk about some of my favorite Jewish romance books, of which there are a LOT. I’ve chosen a few of my favorites, perfect reading for the upcoming […]

BookTalk: book to school reading

We’re three weeks into classes, and I’m ready to curl up in bed with a good book! Forget about the piles of homework abandoned on my desk or the upcoming exam I’m pretending doesn’t exist; let’s ignore all our work and read a book instead. I’ve got some great young adult (YA) romance books set […]

You read the book. Now what?

If you’ve gotten bored of watching the same movie over and over, why not try going to the theater? Whether you’re catching a show about books or your favorite book adaptation, there’s something for everyone. You don’t even have to go all the way to New York City to see a show, because there are […]

BookTalk: We’ll always have summer

Welcome back to campus! Are you sick of school yet? If you’re missing spending afternoons at the pool or lounging at the beach with a good read, you’ve come to the right place. I’ve got some book recommendations that will make you feel as if you’re on an island in the middle of nowhere and […]

BookTalk: the book vs. the movie

If you’ve turned on your TV this summer, you’ve probably noticed a few new releases that everyone’s been talking about. What you might not know is that a good number of them started out as books—but are they worth reading? We’ll be going through some of the summer’s most anticipated romance releases, answering the age […]