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The Dust Jacket: The Weekly List, October 20th to October 26th

Another week of New York’s book-ly events to choose from. I know we’re all busy with Halloween coming up, but it seems a little slim to me… Let me know if you know of something I’m missing! 1,024 more words


Book Review : Every You, Every Me by David Levithan

“You know one me. Just like I know one you. But you can’t know every me. And I can’t know every you.”

I keep reading because I’m eager to know what will happen in the end and I tried to finish it in one sitting but I wasn’t able to. 360 more words

Book Review

The Pop Culture Feels, Pt. 1

Pop culture escapism holds a special place in my heart, because I think it serves a very real purpose. When you’re numb from bad news or tired of crying over a bottle of cider, there’s always another episode of Bob’s Burgers or BoJack Horseman. 926 more words


YA Books You Can't Pigeonhole

It seems we are always trying to pigeonhole books – either into a specific genre or a specific age range. I don’t like labelling books but even on my website I had to find a way to categorise books. 591 more words

New Releases: October 14, 2014

These are the books that came out today:

  • Clariel by Garth Nix

Sixteen-year-old Clariel is not adjusting well to her new life in the city of Belisaere, the capital of the Old Kingdom.

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Escape Your Brain With a Diary Series

Sometimes it’s nice to dive totally into someone else’s mind and problems. Instead of dealing with your own drama, you hear their voice in your head as you read along with all of their happy moments and mortifying embarrassments. 779 more words

Reading Life

Will Grayson, Will Grayson

So I just finished Will Grayson, Will Grayson by John Green and David Levithan. It took me two years to read this book. Why? It’s only 310 pages. 136 more words