A draft of this post has been sitting on my computer for weeks, and if you ventured into YA book twitter yesterday, you’ve probably guessed
Only days after the release of an ill-conceived trailer for Netflix’s newest original series, Insatiable, a Change.org petition demanding the streaming service cancel the release
I’m keeping this one to a quick mini-review because, frankly, I don’t have much that’s interesting to say. I have
If you haven’t read a play since Hamlet in high school, it’s time to give the drama section of your bookstore a second chance. In
I’m halfway through a two-week period where I’m working basically all day and sleeping the rest of the time, so all my “end of July
As I returned home from a weekend visiting family a few hours away, I noticed that my bag was a lot heavier than it had
BookTubeAThon is a 1-week readathon hosted by Ariel Bissett with hundreds of participants across book blogs, BookTube, and Bookstagram. This is my first big reading challenge,
There’s a line in A Court of Mist and Fury that I just can’t stop thinking about. Sarah J. Maas’ fantasy series isn’t exactly known
This week is apparently Book Twitter’s annual “time to talk about piracy again” rant session. Despite the efforts of many authors who took to Twitter
Remember last week, when I gushed about the trailer for Sierra Boggess Is a Loser and how Shannon Purser filled my entire body with bright,
Paste Magazine just published its list of the best young adult novels of the first half of 2018, rounded up by Eric Smith, so I
If you’re wondering why your Twitter timeline was suddenly flooded with oblique references to “harassment” of authors or reviewers and debates over the right way
Most widely known as the ill-fated Barb on Stranger Things, Shannon Purser has been carving out a place for herself in teen-centric television with roles
If you’ve stopped by Goodreads in the past month or so, you’ve doubtless seen ads for PBS’ The Great American Read, hosted by Meredith Vieira.
This is a busy week in YA releases, with nine major titles, including two from my most anticipated list for July. Here’s what’s hitting shelves today.
So, you just finished reading Angie Thomas’ The Hate U Give. If you’re anything like me, you’re nursing an enormous emotional hangover and you aren’t