Posted on February 14, 2024 at 12:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

Happy Valentine's Day ... or happy Discounted Chocolate Day Eve (whichever you prefer).

Here's how to celebrate the holiday in a literary way.

  • Kalyani Saxena, a self-described voracious reader of love stories, recommends ten romance novels coming out in the first half of this year (NPR).

  • But if you aren't interested in waiting for the right tale with romance, Lisa Zhuang has a guide to your next read based on your relationship status ... and she gets creative (Electric Literature).

  • For some spicy nonfiction, Patricia Elzie-Tuttle explains why she's such a fan of the recent release Come Together: The Science (and Art!) of Creating Lasting Sexual Connections by Emily Nagoski, PhD (Book Riot).

  • Alison Doherty lists the hottest trends in romance this year (Book Riot).

  • Hallmark is bringing Jane Austen to the screen, again, but this time with more inclusive casts (NPR).

  • Speaking of classics, enjoy these sonnets that aren't about love within coupledom (Atlas Obscura).

  • It's too late to order and receive these, most likely, but maybe you'll like being able to stock up on bookish valentines for next year (Book Riot).

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