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National Book Lovers Day

To all of my nerdy little bookworms out there; you daytime dreamers, wordy warriors, turning pages as unknown worlds stretch out before you and dancing with the characters of your favorite fables: today is for you, my bibliophile friends. 1,185 more words


Xander - Sons of Sangue Book 5 Review

Xander – Sons of Sangue Book 5 Review

Oh my good gosh let me tell you. I truly enjoy this book. Honestly I didn’t think I would be too into this specific book in the series because I don’t really care for Xander too much. 362 more words

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Book Review Corner: The Space Between by Meg Grehan

First published in Cinders volume issue three

Spoken word novels are a new trend in YA literature. We saw it with last year’s highly successful One by Sarah Crossan and Meg Grehan’s The Space Between uses the same format. 553 more words

Cinders Magazine

Double, Double Write Some Trouble

First published in Cinders Volume One Issue two

Erika McGann is a young writer from Drogheda, now living in Dublin.  Erika has written four books in her Demon Notebook series and is just about to release the first book in her mystery series for children: Cass and the Bubble Street Gang. 1,706 more words

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Recommended reads: Laini Taylor, Sarah J. Maas and Meg Grehan

First published in Volume One Issue Three

Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor

Strange the Dreamer is pure magic. that’s no surprise because it’s written by Laini Taylor, who writes only beautiful things. 278 more words

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Reading Wrecked My Social Skills

A couple weeks ago, I read The Dumbest Generation (it has a really long subtitle that I’m not bothering to write out here) by Mark Bauerlein,* and it confirmed a theory I’ve been holding for a long time: the theory that “adolescent” culture is destroying the brains of the youth in America. 1,018 more words


Big Life, Small Life

I recently finished Laurie Helgoe’s Introvert Power, which is about, as is obvious from the title, introverts and their hidden, often unappreciated power to influence and change the world. 324 more words