EXCLUSIVE: Sara Faring Talks ‘The Tenth Girl’ & We Review

Sara Faring’s The Tenth Girl isn’t really my kind of book. And that’s putting it lightly. Maybe I’m just getting old (don’t say it), but lately I just haven’t really been into suffering, in TV or book form. I can’t…

3 Reasons You Need To Read ‘American Royals’ By Katharine McGee

I have honestly been in a reading slump. I mean, sure, I have a TBR pile that is legit taking over my room, but I have felt like NOTHING is original. And that’s been the hard part. I’ve been picking…

10 POC Authors to Check Out Right Now

I read a lot, and I go to a lot of book conventions. One thing that I have noticed when attending these conventions is that there aren’t too many authors of color floating around. Another fact which I am ashamed…

YA Fantasy ‘Bloodleaf’ Optioned For Television

We’re all about books becoming movies or television shows. We kinda wish that people were snapping up more contemporary books, but hey, fantasy books are just as equally amazing. The newest book to be getting a television option is the…

The 10 books we are looking forward to reading this Fall

Sweaters, boots, and pumpkin spice lattes will soon be replacing those shorts, flip flops, and iced coffees, as we prepare for fall. With summer ending, it’s time to start gathering up those fall reads.  If you are unsure of what…

‘After We Collided’ Gets It’s Director….and F*cking Trevor

For those who are fans of the After franchise, this week has felt like something special. One of those weeks where you can sense that something is about to change, something is just on the horizon, and it’s going to…

5 Bookstores To Visit If You Are In Los Angeles This Summer

I am a bibliophile and if there is one thing I love more than anything, it’s going to bookstores. I love going on the hunt for new bookstores because often, you find something you wouldn’t normally find anywhere else. With…

The Cover for Jennifer Iacopelli’s ‘Break the Fall’ Is Stunning and Fierce

If there’s one thing I love, it’s sports. If there’s another thing I love, it’s sports books. If there’s another, another thing I love, it’s sports books with a female lead. Which is why Jennifer Lacopelli’s Break the Fall feels like…

5 Reasons Why You Need To Read ‘Stealing Home’ by Becky Wallace

When I came across the synopsis for Becky Wallace’s Stealing Home, I just knew I had to read this book. Not only did it sound like the perfect YA contemporary summer read, but it was a book where sports was the…

Why you should read ‘Black Enough: Stories of being young & black in America’

Over the years I have read a few books on what it means to be black in America. It occurred to me I hadn’t really read many about what it means to be young and black in America. That was…

17 LGBTQ+ Books You Should Be Reading This Pride 2019

In an effort to build a space for queer people like myself, every Tuesday I’ll be posting opinion pieces, listicals, reviews, and more focused on the LGBT community (and occasionally about the Latinx/WOC community since I am Latinx.) Welcome to…

Romance Novels Carry A Stigma, and We’re here to call BS

I have a challenge for you. Next time you’re perusing the romance section in your favorite bookstore, look around. You’re likely to find you’re the only one there, or, alternatively, that the only people joining you in the romance section…

To All the Book Boys I’ve Loved Before

Many of us who read a lot of YA romance are probably familiar with this particular meme: Young adult romance has the ability to show us the variety of perfection in fictional boys. The sensitive jock, the artistic bad boy,…

Book Signings: The Pros and Cons

I love books.  Seriously, if I could get paid to just sit and read all day, I would take that. What I love even more is getting the chance to meet the authors behind all the books I love. That’s…

Why The Calculating Stars Should Be Adapted to TV ASAP

In the world today, we could all use more time to sit and look at the stars. If you can’t, there’s always entertainment to help us out. In my eyes, the space shown in movies and TV or explained in…

Book to Movie: What makes a good adaptation?

I am sure we’ve all seen our fair share of movies adapted from books but, what exactly does make a good book to movie adaptation? Now I’m no expert on this, but I am an avid reader who also loves…

Books We’re Looking Forward To In 2019

With 2018 drawing to a close, it’s time to look ahead to 2019, and to the amazing books we can’t wait to read in the new year. This list could probably be twice this long, but because we’re still making…

Queerly Not Straight: Our Favorite Books of 2018

In an effort to build a space for queer people like myself, every Tuesday I’ll be posting opinion pieces, listicals, reviews, and more focused on the LGBT community (and occasionally about the Latinx/WOC community since I am Latinx.) Welcome to…

‘The Darkest Legacy’ Review: A Thrilling, Emotional Ride Reflective of Society

Bracken’s newest installment of The Darkest Minds manages to weave a complex story filled with political awareness, compassion, thrills, romance, and a narrator that comes into her own. The last time I read The Darkest Minds series, which was about…

Giveaway: Win a 'The Darkest Legacy' Prize Pack

Read on into the afterlight because…The Darkest Legacy is almost here! We’re just a couple of short weeks away from the release of Alexandra Bracken’s companion novel to The Darkest Minds, which centers on Zu’s white-knuckle new adventure. Trust us when we…

Guest Post: Time Travel Stories that Inspired “But Not Forever” by Jan Von Schleh

We’ve got a guest post from debut author Jan Von Schleh, who wrote the book But Not Forever. If you aren’t familiar with the book, here’s the synopsis – Could she be everything you aren’t, but somehow―still be you? It’s…