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Namely: "Read whatever you want. But you should feel embarrassed when what you’re reading was written for children."
Brian reviews a guide to romance he bought at a truckstop, because why the hell not.
Erin reviews Alex Flinn's Towering and the book barely escapes with its pages intact. TERRIBAD, Y'ALL.
Erin, who LOVES shitty things, can not even handle Hemlock Grove, y'all. Can not even handle it.
Well, this is a book that Erin read.
Dear Toby, we take it all back!
Never, never type "Sleeping Beauty" into Netflix's search box and click the first entry, thinking you're going to hit upon the Disney classic. I did NOT walk with this film once upon a dream, y'all. (Some images are NSFW/NSFL!)
Erin comes to you as The Ghost of Christmas Past in order to relay a yarn of Yuletide yore.
In which Aunt Erin brings you some of your favorite incest to make your family feel more normal.
Meghan struggles to get past her, "OMG WTFFFFFF" reaction and come up with a coherent response to an LA Times piece on men in YA lit.
Toby's on the A team, I've got a dog napping next to me, and in one week, we'll all be eating those little Reese's Peanut Butter Cups minis we can handle, which are the best, because the chocolate to peanut butter is pretty much perfect in those. LET'S DO THIS.
Erin recaps this week's Revenge, in which James Purefoy defies all laws of nature by keeping his shirt on.
Revenge is back! And James Purefoy's on it! Oh happy day!
A Highly Scientific Analysis of The Hunger Games Movie Merchandise, the good, the bad and the WTF.
Erin continues to recap the clustercuss known as V.C. Andrews' Petals on the Wind (Ch 9-12).
A recap of Ringer 1x13: It's Easy To Cry, When This Much Cash Is Involved.
Forever Young Adult presents: a review of Modelland by Tyra Banks
A film review of Breaking Dawn: Pt 1 (written by a boy!).
blood bags cocktails ready -- it's the official FYA drinking game for Twilight: Breaking Dawn, Part 1!
A review of Michelle Hodkin's The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer, which starts off with a promising premise, but gets derailed by trying to be a kissing book.
Erin continues to recap V.C. Andrews' Petals on the Wind (Ch 6-8). Fear for her liver.
Help Posh unravel the Case of the Very Mysterious Package!
Erin read V.C. Andrews' My Sweet Audrina. For YOU, FYA! She does it all for you!
Breaking News: YA lit is not all sunshine and puppies. (But what about the children? WON'T SOMEONE PLEASE THINK OF THE CHILDREN?!)
Peeta and Gale have been cast for the Hunger Games movie. WHY, GARY, WHY!?
Erin reaches the sweet, merciful end of Flowers In the Attic (Ch 16-22) by V.C. Andrews.
A highly scientific look at the vampire craze, including the new vampire facelift and what might be next in body modifications
'Tis the season for Erin to get blistering drunk by way of reviewing Flowers In the Attic (Ch 13-15) by V.C. Andrews.
Erin makes it to the halfway mark (ONLY!?) of Flowers In the Attic (Ch 10-12) by V.C. Andrews with much-needed assistance from not one, but two drinking games.
FYA had a slumber party! And we played the Sweet Valley High Board Game! and IT WAS RIDICULOUS.
Posh journeys through the endless possibilities of Hunger Games merchandising.
Erin reviews Flowers In the Attic (Ch 7-9) by V.C. Andrews with the aid of much-needed alcohol.
Jenny reviews the actually awesome and beer snortworthy moments in Avatar: The Last Airbender.
Erin reviews Flowers In the Attic (Ch 4-6) by V.C. Andrews, which further makes her anticipate the demise of NIECES WHO MARRY HALF-BROTHER UNCLES.
Posh reviews the actually awesome and beer snortworthy moments in Eclipse. Plus JORTS!
Erin continues to review V.C. Andrews' Flowers In the Attic (Ch 2-3). Pity her.
Erin reviews the prologue and Chapter 1 of V.C. Andrews' Flowers in the Attic with a drinking game. Get your livers ready.
Tyra Banks is becoming a YA writer. Shockingly, Erin has an opinion on it.
A totally professional and highly academic review of New Moon, featuring the most beer snortworthy moments.
Posh prepares for the midnight screening of New Moon. With champers.
Twilight-themed crafts, and other items that tread the line between Arts & Crafts and Arts & Craps.
The feast for the eyes becomes the feast for the stomach (provided that gag reflexes haven't been activated).
Defining Twilight: Because every niche needs its Twilight merch.
WTFWJD: The uberchristian approach to Twilight.
Edward Cullen wall decals make Posh go WTF.
In order to target teens, bookstores are going to sell less books and more stuff. Which is as ridiculous as people getting Twilight tattoos.