In Melissa Ostrom’s debut novel, The Beloved Wild, Harriet’s list of daily chores will make you feel bad for ever complaining about your own.
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Stephanie is an avid reader who moonlights as a college Educational Advisor. Though she now calls Orlando home, she grew up all over the U.S. Aside from her obsession with YA books and book-related activities, Stephanie loves watching way too much television, reading organizational/DIY blogs, planning awesome parties, Halloween decorating, and playing live-action escape games.Book Report Internet Roundup
We're only about a month out from Avengers: Infinity War(!), plus we've got, yep, you guessed it, more reboot news, and we're still not over Love, Simon.
A story that invites you to ponder what would have happened if Ariel was raised by Ursula.
In which Supernatural's Winchester brothers get turned into cartoons, Kristen Wiig gets turned into a Cheetah, and Liv from iZombie gets turned into a hopeless romantic.
With this companion novel to Brigid Kemmerer’s Letters to the Lost, we see why Rev deserved his own story in More Than We Can Tell.
Can Nathan Parsons fill the Behr-shaped hole in our Roswell-loving hearts? Plus the rest of the cast is fleshed out, the Oscars continue to be dull, and The Power of Three is completed.
Can’t get enough of Tamora Pierce’s fantasy world, Tortall? Then consider Tortall: A Spy’s Guide for your next read.
Lots of casting news this week, plus a closer look at Michael B. Jordan...uh, I mean, Fahrenheit 451, and Netflix is creating its first Arabic teen show.
Tricia Levenseller finishes up her Daughter of the Pirate King duology with a second book that outshines the first.
How great are these women? Plus lots of Sabrina casting news, Roswell finds its lead actress, and Superman makes a quick change into something a little more plastic.