It’s been over a year since Emma Watson launched her feminist book club, Our Shared Shelf! Here, we take a look at the selections so far!
Love it or hate it (or even if you’re still undecided about it), you can’t deny that “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” has had plenty of success following its release on July 31.
Love “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” despite its divided reaction among fans? Now’s the time to show it – the title has been nominated for the 2016 Goodreads Choice Awards in the category of Best Fantasy!
Emma Watson, proud feminist, UN Women Goodwill Ambassador, and the closest we have to a real-life Hermione Granger, just started her own book club. Moreover, being the wonderful fan-inclusive celebrity she is, she’s made sure that you can be a part of it! Yesterday, January 7, Emma took to social media to announce that she wanted to start a feminist book club and requested that her fans help her with title suggestions for the club.
Great news, Robert Galbraith and “Career of Evil” fans – “Career of Evil” has made it into the final round of the Goodreads 2015 Choice Awards.
To some it may seem senseless – whoever is dead is dead, and there is no point in trying to change the facts. But I believe fandom is about asking questions of the stories we love, not just reading and accepting.