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Scarlet (Lunar Chronicles #2) by: Marissa Meyer Review !

I’m warning you guys now, if you guys haven’t read the first book Cinder then don’t read this review because it might spoil you of the ending of the last book. 815 more words

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April 2015: Everlost (Skinjacker #1)

End Date:  April 25th

Author:  Neal Shusterman

Published:  2006

Genre:  Young Adult

Pages:  313 (hardcover)

Selected By:  BillMo

Synopsis:  “Nick and Allie don’t survive the car accident… but their souls don’t exactly get where they’re supposed to get either.  138 more words

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How to Write a YA Novel - The Family

Previously, we’ve been able to flesh out our main character, but now she needs a family! Let’s start with the sibling:

Our MC’s sibling is younger than, or the twin of, our MC. 521 more words

Books For Teens

Half Bad (The Half Bad Trilogy #1) by Sally Green

Before reading this book I’d heard that you either love it or you hate it. I’m sorry to announce that I definitely didn’t love it. This book is truly very unique in many ways and I thought I’d really enjoy reading something a bit outside the normal box but I guess I really like the box as everything about this book that was unusual I just couldn’t get around. 597 more words

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KIPP THE KID FULL TRAILER

Below is the original full trailer for Kipp The Copper Coast Kid, complete with my own version of a film advisory message (see example under trailer).

Paul G Day

New Agent Looking to Build List

Sarah Nagel joined Writers House in 2011 to work with Senior Vice President, Merrilee Heifetz and is now actively building her own client list. She is interested in psychological thrillers (those that mess with your head rather than high speed cross-country chases), horror, mystery, suspense and literary fiction. 211 more words

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My Heart and Other Black Holes by Jasmine Warga

“Maybe we all have darkness inside of us and some of us are better at dealing with it than others.”

Sixteen-year-old physics nerd Aysel is obsessed with plotting her own death.

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