Dragons live forever, but not so little boys. By Cody Kennedy.
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When Luke's father died, he never thought he'd inherit anything more than a collection of old ties and weird books. He certainly didn't expect to become the master of eight vengeful, hard-to-control ghosts. Now he has 13 Days of Midnight to get rid of them...or join them.
It's 1,300 miles to San Francisco. We've got a full tank of gas, The Porcupine of Truth, it's dark, and we're wearing sunglasses. Hit it.
Jo Knowles's book about a certain type of non-verbal communication invites us to Read Between the Lines. Hey, same to you, pal!
Things were just fine for Weird Girl and What's His Name until they both realized they each needed something that the other couldn't provide. But they'll always have their X-Files fan fiction.
Authors Carrie Arcos and resident FYA dude Brian Katcher teach us the tricks of the contemporary world building trade. (And, oh yeah, no unicorns were harmed in the making of this post.)
Gregory Funaro's middle grade novel shows us that that there are alternatives to that letter from Hogwarts.
In Brent Hartinger's latest book, Russel Middlebrook and his boyfriend move to LA so Russel can make it big as a screenwriter. Nothing could be easier, right? I hope they don't end up Barefoot In the City of Broken Dreams.
Kris Dinnison's book You and Me and Him introduces us to a threesome of the most unsexy kind.
In Antony John's latest, a boy named Seth goes from acting in a community theater play to being cast in the next Hollywood blockbuster. So why does he feel like everyone's an Imposter, including himself?