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Procrastination Pro-Tips: DEAR EVAN HANSEN Goes YA, CLOAK & DAGGER Trailer, And More

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Procrastination Pro-Tips: DEAR EVAN HANSEN Goes YA, CLOAK & DAGGER Trailer, And More

Welcome to another end of the week, friends! Let’s get to procrastinating.

Book-Related Things

A romance writer wrote her book in a tire store, and the store’s staff are now her biggest fans.

Broadway’s Dear Evan Hansen is getting the YA treatment.

Check out these 21 great horror novels written by women. (Related: I recently bought 3 different Shirley Jackson books to rectify that hole in my reading history.)

Here are “10 Books About Race To Read Instead Of Asking A Person Of Color To Explain Things To You.”

A group of queer POC romance authors have put together an online community and database.

This is a great piece on Gayle Forman and the music in her latest novel, I Have Lost My Way.

Treat yo’ self to one of these e-book deals*:

Breathe, Annie, Breathe by Miranda Kenneally

Blood Rose Rebellion (Blood Rose Rebellion #1) by Rosalyn Eves

Caraval (Caraval #1) by Stephanie Garber (review)

Flamecaster (Shattered Realms #1) by Cinda William Chima (review)

The Girl from the Well (The Girl from the Well #1) by Rin Chupeco

The Gold-Son by Carrie Anne Noble (review)

If I Was Your Girl by Meredith Russo (review)

Opal (A Raven Cycle Story) by Maggie Stiefvater

Of Fire and Stars (Of Fire and Stars #1) by Audrey Coulthurst (review)

Pawn (The Blackcoat Rebellion #1) by Aimée Carter (review)

Poison Study (Poison Study #1) by Maria V. Snyder

The Reluctant Queen (The Queens of Renthia #2) by Sarah Beth Durst

A Study in Charlotte (Charlotte Holmes #1) by Brittany Cavallaro (review)

Talon (Talon #1) by Julie Kagawa

Wonder Woman: Warbringer by Leigh Bardugo (review)

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YA Onscreen Things

ICYMI, this week on YA Onscreen: The new, intense, Avengers: Infinity War trailer; a possible Clarissa Explains it All reboot; and an interview with the Love, Simon writers.

Here’s an official Cloak & Dagger trailer. Posh saw the premiere at SXSW and reassures me that I will love this show, so I’m excited.

Netflix did a study on the effects of 13 Reasons Why.

The film adaptation of To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before will premiere on Netflix this summer.

More Love, Simon:

- An interview with Clark Moore (Ethan).

- Buzzfeed interviews Nick Robinson and Katherine Langford while they play with puppies.

The leads have been cast for the Bollywood remake of The Fault in Our Stars, shooting for which will start later this year.

Peep a trailer for the upcoming RBG documentary.

The Revengers are back in action! Tessa Thompson has signed on to join Chris Hemsworth in the Men in Black spinoff/reboot/remake/whatever.

“Analyzing the Crazy, Complicated Credits of Avengers: Infinity War.”

Amy Poehler’s directorial debut, Wine Country, will air on Netflix. (Featuring a dream SNL cast of Rachel Dratch, Ana Gasteyer, Paula Pell, Maya Rudolph, Emily Spivey, and Tina Fey.)

Social Media Things

This thread—on the importance of Love, Simon and the pushback it's received from some LGBTQ adults—is v. good.

And for those who like animal dress-up (*raises hand*):

Miscellaneous Things

Besame's Agent Carter-inspired makeup line will be available April 23.

Perfumes for book-lovers.

Researchers have been asking kids to draw a scientist since the '60s. Representation matters, y’all.

Feel free to add your fave distractions of the week in the comments!

Mandy Curtis's photo About the Author: Mandy is a small town girl living in a nerdy world, or—if you want to get literal—an editor/writer living in Austin, TX. In addition to yearning for YA books—the more dystopian or fantastical, the better—she can also be found swooning over superheroes, dreaming of The Doctor and grinning at GIFs.