Skip to Main Content

More Blog EntriesPage 6 of 109

Big Ideas

The best books for getting to know the real Princess Diana

Journalist Rosie DiManno offers guidance through the mountains of books written about Diana, Princess of Wales on what would have been her 60th birthday.

Giddy-up! Western romance series you can start now

Some of the best western romances for readers looking for ranches, rough riding, and happily ever after endings. All available through Kobo Plus Read.

New & Hot Reads

57 new eBooks and audiobooks coming out June 29 - July 12

New eBooks and audiobooks out June 28 - July 12, including comfort from Matt Haig, Robin DiAngelo's White Fragility follow-up, and Kathy Reichs' Bone Code.

Some of the best books by trans and nonbinary writers

These eBooks and audiobooks by transgender and nonbinary authors range from sci-fi to literary fiction to mystery to YA, and everything in between.

Big Ideas

Kim Vance-Mubanga: advancing LGBTIQ rights worldwide

We spoke with Kim Vance-Mubanga, director of International Partnerships and Programs at 2SLGBTQI advocacy group Egale Canada, about what Pride means now.

Big Ideas

Nico Santos on Pride and Asian representation in media

We chatted with Nico Santos, star of Crazy Rich Asians and NBC's Superstore about Pride month, Filipino representation in media, and his favourite reads.

Author Interviews

Vivek Shraya on her learning journey through art

We spoke with Vivek Shraya, trans artist, author, musician, filmmaker, and founder of VS. Books about creativity and reinvention.

Author Interviews

Michelle Good is a storyteller who's just getting started

We spoke Michelle Good after she was awarded the 2021 Rakuten Kobo Emerging Writer Prize for Literary Fiction for her debut novel, Five Little Indians.

Author Interviews

Emily Hepditch can't resist a character who doesn't want to be good

After awarding Emily Hepditch the 2021 Rakuten Kobo Emerging Writer Prize for Mystery, we asked her about the books that inspired her to start writing.

Some of the best books by Indigenous writers in Canada

June 21 is National Indigenous Peoples Day in Canada, a day to recognize and celebrate the cultures of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples.

Follow us at @kobobooks on Instagram

If you would like to be the first to know about bookish blogs, please subscribe. We promise to provided only relevant articles.