Question of the week: What needs to happen for you to truly feel in the holiday spirit? For me, it’s seeing this commercial.
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We posted the discussion questions for this month’s FYA Book Club selection, Crier’s War by Nina Varela. It’s a unique combination of science fiction and fantasy with a sapphic love story at its center.
Sarah shared her thoughts on the extremely adorable Catherine Called Birdy in this week’s Stream It.
And in this week’s Book Reports:
- Stephanie reviewed T. Kingfisher’s Nettle and Bone, an adult romance with a fantasy (and murder plot) bent.
- Brian reviewed Jenna Guillaume’s You Were Made For Me, a genderbent Weird Science retelling.
- I reviewed Tracy Deonn’s Bloodmarked, the sequel to Legendborn, which sees the MC on the run and fighting some serious chemistry.
This is a great list; please add to it if you can!
It’s that time of year for everyone to release their Best Of Lists. (We’ll have ours up soon!)
The Harper Collins strike is ongoing, and literary agents are threatening to blacklist HC authors from upcoming projects as a show of support.
Joel Kim Booster (Fire Island) is open to doing a whole (gay) Jane Austen Cinematic Universe.
Some really great trailers came out this week:
- Cocaine Bear (Sarah’s second favorite movie of 2023 after Barbie)
- Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny
- Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3
Julie Plec and Carina Adly MacKenzie are working on a We Were Liars adaptation. (Check out Sarah’s review of the book here.)
I’m REALLY considering getting a separate tree to decorate with a Twilight theme. These examples are just too good.
(Check out our Twilight content here.)
This is a great article on the state of hit songs: “Where did all the key changes go?”
What’d we miss? Add your fave distractions of the week in the comments.