What are your favorite YA biographies? This week we’re celebrating the release of Taking Flight! Continue reading
This week we’re taking a look at a few spicy summer reads that you might enjoy! Do you have any to add? Let us know in the comments and we’ll be happy to add them to our list! Continue reading
In celebration of the new release, We Were Liars by E. Lockhart, we want to know what lie YOU would tell if you knew you could get by with it! Let us know in the comments! Continue reading
In celebration of the new release, Tyrant’s Daughter we have a new poll! Answer the question below and let us know if you struggle to fit in. Continue reading
There are a lot of new releases coming in the next couple of months, from the literary world and beyond. What are we looking forward to most? We’re glad you asked! Check out a list of the books, movies, and TV shows we’re most excited for this fall. Take a look at our picks, then let us know what you’re psyched about in the comments! Continue reading
In today’s links round-up: the Salinger documentary, writing advice from published authors, a new lit journal accepting submissions from high school students, and cute photos of cats and books. Oh, and some really, really funny grammar jokes. Continue reading
“Siege and Storm,” the second book in Leigh Bardugo’s Grisha Trilogy (which began with “Shadow and Bone”), continues the story of Alina Starkov. As she goes from army grunt to the Darkling’s most treasured fighter, Alina is showered with luxuries … while the fate of Ravka hangs in the balance.
Intrigue, magic, epic-ness? Check. Droolworthy descriptions of gorgeous, Russian-inspired apparel? Double-check. Continue reading
Figment is giving away five prize packs, complete with a copy of Benjamin Percy’s new novel Red Moon, a collection of buttons, and the first two books in Julianna Baggott’s Pure trilogy! Continue reading
In a town where one misstep can turn into a national scandal, the students at D.C.’s elite Georgetown Academy know there’s only one rule: whatever you do, don’t get caught.
This month we’re offering you a chance to read the first book in the series for free AND get a story published in Georgetown Academy: Book Four! Continue reading
It’s finally here! The Why I Write anthology has been published!
In October 2011, we teamed up with The New York Times Learning Network, the National Writing Project, and Edutopia to bring you a festival of words and ideas and to ask the question Why Do You Write? You wrote some incredible essays, poems, and stories, and we chose our favorites to include in the Why I Write anthology. Continue reading