This week, instead of focusing on a book series, I’m going with everyone’s favorite time travelling alien. Series Nine premiered Saturday, and I’ve been having a rather successful Whovian Friday after hours program so I thought I’d honor the series with a spotlight here. And what quote am I going to showcase? Well, if your […]
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The end of a great book can be really tough. And it should be. You’ve shared an emotional journey with it. Whether you’ve feared for the well-being of its characters, cried over heartbreaks, mourned its loses, or celebrated the victories, you’ve felt something while reading it. Let us help you get over…
Two weeks ago, Teen.com released the trailer for The Fifth Wave adaptation. The Fifth Wave is by Rick Yancey and is the first book in a SciFi series about an alien invasion where group of kids fights back. The movie comes out in January. The first trailer for Allegiant is also out.
I finished reading The Maze Runner by James Dashner last week. I’m trying to read as much of the books as I can before my assistant and I go see Scorch Trials. So far, I’m loving it! My next Bestsellers to Blockbusters will also be on these, while they are still fresh in my mind. […]
Check out this great article on the New York Public Library’s blog on the origins of YA. “Why is it called YA anyway? And who decided what was YA and what wasn’t?” The short answer: librarians. Source: How did YA Become YA?
I thought I’d do this again. This topic appealed to me since there are a LOT of finished series out there I have yet to even get a chance to pick up. Top Ten Tuesday is sponsored by The Broke and the Bookish. Series I’ve Started, But Not Finished Maze Runner by James Dashner: I […]
I missed the last two weeks, for which I apologize. I got off on such a good start, then ran out of time one week and couldn’t think of anything the next. While the movie adaptation left something to be desired, I loved the Caster Chronicles by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl. My personal favorite […]