Happy Friday, friends. AND HAPPY SPRING. Winter’s over! Sunshine and wildflowers and daylight saving time is upon us!
ICYMI on FYA
Mandy W. breaks down Disney+’s newest in this week’s Stream It for Turning Red.
And have you read this week’s Book Reports?
- Mandy C. wraps up the Aurora Cycle series with her review of Aurora’s End (The Aurora Cycle #3) by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff.
- Stephanie talks tea and tasty business in her review of A Magic Steeped in Poison (The Book of Tea #1) by Judy I. Lin.
- Stephanie got lost in the dreamy world-building of debut author Lizz Huerta’s Mesoamerican culture with her review of The Lost Dreamer.
- And BONUS: Brian reviews a play within a play with his Spotlight On: The Play That Goes Wrong
John Cho talks to EW about how the last two years led him to write a YA novel, Troublemaker.
10 YA books centered around sisterly relationships (including the April FYABC pick!).
And for anyone who has been following the Ketanji Brown Jackson hearings, here’s your required reading list:
Bridgerton season 2 will have less sex, more longing. Because that’s what everyone who watched season 1 said: would’ve been better with less sex.
If Jennifer Coolidge was in Twilight
@brittanyjam What other scenes would you like to see J Cool be a part of? #twilight #robertpattinson #jennifercoolidge #impressions #kristenstewart #cinema #comedy ♬ Theme from "Twilight (Bella's Lullaby)" – Movie Sounds Unlimited
Happy Bellarke baby to all who celebrate!
Perfect Scandal reference, and also bless Jodie for her Joshua-related generosity.
The replies to this tweet are as good as, NAY, BETTER THAN you’d expect.
LaineyGossip wondered why Twilight has staying power but The Hunger Games didn’t, and I would posit that OBVI WE’RE ALREADY LIVING IN A HELLSCAPE, like how much child murdering can I possibly rewatch over and over
What’d we miss? Add your fave distractions of the week in the comments.