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Procrastination Pro-Tips: Jason Reynolds & Tahereh Mafi cover reveals, Boozy Slushies, and more!

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Procrastination Pro-Tips: Jason Reynolds & Tahereh Mafi cover reveals, Boozy Slushies, and more!

Woo-hoo! Three-day weekend! It's almost here so let's make the most of these final pre-sunburnt, pre-hot dog-filled hours:

Book Related Things

Cover reveal for the Miles Morales book by my future BFF Jason Reynolds!

Chomping at the bit for more Stiefvater? You can read an excerpt of her upcoming novel, All the Crooked Saints, here!

Nebula Award winners, including YA.

Neil Gaiman will do a dramatic reading of the Cheesecake Factory menu—if enough money is raised for charity. (...but can he do it like GOB Bluth?)

Six great crime novels featuring lady detectives; how many have you read? 

The Persian-inspired companion novel to Tahereh Mafi's Furthermore, Whichwood, is out this November, and it's STUNNING.

Moneypenny (as a Black woman) is getting her own comic book series, and possibly her own movie!

YA Onscreen Things

This week on YA Onscreen: Everyone's watching Twin PeaksWonder Woman is getting great early reviews, Twitter inspires that movie with Rihanna and Lupita, and more!

Mommy Dead and Dearest is on HBO, and it is BANANAS. (I made my husband watch it and he needed a Bob's Burgers emotional palate cleanser afterwards.) When you've finished watching that, here are thirteen other true crime documentaries that will have you like "WHOA".

DC Super Hero Girls is getting its own full-length series on Cartoon Network.

Netflix is "can't stop, won't stop" with its original content, and this adaptation of an 80's video game looks pretty nifty:

Pretty sure this is the only trailer anyone's talking about right now:

KHALEESI IS COMING FOR YOU, CERSEI. She is COMING.

Miscellaneous Things

Finding unicorns in everything.

Golden Snitch Fidget Spinner!

Taiwan becomes the first Asian country to legalize gay marriage! 

My holiday weekend gift to you: boozy slushie recipes.

Titus Burgess was once Sebastian in the stage version of The Little Mermaid, but did you know that he REALLY wanted to play Ursula? (Uh, maybe because Ursula is a GD BOSS?)

THOSE POOR UNFORTUNATE SOULLLLLLLLLS. Anything fun I missed this week? What are your summer reading lists like so far? Come dish!

Amanda Reid's photo About the Author: Amanda R. is an East Coast girl living in California who will never stop missing a true autumn. She's a bookseller who specializes in kid and teen lit, the leader of FYA Oakland, and bakes a damn fine pie.