Francesca Zappia’s Eliza and Her Monsters is an exploration of mental illness, creativity and love, wrapped in a fandom package.
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Katie Kennedy’s What Goes Up starts out entertaining, but gets a little muddied in the second half.
In Ashley Poston’s Geekerella, Cinderella meets her prince at a cosplay ball and works in a food truck called the Magic Pumpkin.
Make the essential geek pilgrimage to San Diego Comic Con—I mean SupaCon—in Jen Wilde’s Queens of Geek.
Gretchen McNeil’s latest book wants to do pirouettes with you in the hallway and, if you’re a guy, encourage you to find your passion.
Fandom meets “reality” in Danika Stone’s All the Feels.
Teenage geniuses obsessed with pop culture meet Shakespeare’s comedic scheming in Lily Anderson’s debut novel The Only Thing Worse Than Me Is You.
Michelle Falkoff’s Playlist for the Dead might involve the aftermath of a suicide, but it’s more about how people learn to come to terms with it than the why of it all.
Nerve by Jeanne Ryan asks just what would you do for a Klondike Bar?
Jenny geeks out over Playing With Matches by Brian Katcher.
In Julie Halpern's Into the Wild Nerd Yonder, Posh finds a talented and nerdy seamstress BFF.
Meghan felt the attraction (sorry) to Geek Magnet by Kieran Scott.
A book review of Paper Towns by John Green, aka "Why Posh Love Geeks".