Kelly Gallucci

Kelly Gallucci is the Executive Editor of We Are Bookish, where she oversees the editorial content, offers book recommendations, and interviews authors and NetGalley members. When she's not working, Kelly can be found color coordinating her bookshelves, eating Chipotle, and watching way too many baking shows.

How to Plan for Your 2021 Reading Challenge

Readers love a good challenge. We don’t just want to read books, we want to be strategic about how we tackle our ever-growing TBR lists. As 2020 comes to a close, we’re…

16 Authors Share The Best Books They Read in 2020

Best Of season is here again! The beauty of these lists is that each is entirely personal and unique, meaning it’s a great time of year to pick up book recommendations. Earlier…

Hit Your End of Year Reading Goal with These Fast Reads

The end of the year is almost here, and bookworms everywhere are scrambling to make sure they reach the goals they set for themselves in January. To help you hit your target,…

Bookish Presents for Every Reader on Your Holiday List

This year more than ever it’s important to shop early and shop local to help your favorite indie bookstores. Lucky for you, bookworms are the easiest people in the world to shop…

December’s Most-Anticipated Books

Look no further for your next read. The amount of great new books hitting shelves each month can be overwhelming but we’ve rounded up ten of the buzziest books coming out this…

5 Ways Members Can Make the Most of NetGalley

Here on We Are Bookish, I’ve talked about ways to improve your Feedback Ratio, write critical book reviews, spruce up your Profile, and more! Now that we’ve covered the best ways to…

2020 and 2021 Books by Trans and Nonbinary Authors for Your TBR

NetGalley members are constantly balancing their must-read lists with a mix of newly released and upcoming books. In that spirit, here you’ll find both 2020 and 2021 books by trans and nonbinary…

What to Do When You Pick a Bad Book for Your Book Club

Bad books happen to good book clubs all the time. There are a lot of reasons for this: dense writing, plot holes, limited discussion topics, and more. At times, a bad pick…

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