Congratulations to the following winners for winning the April Fool’s Day Contest! Continue reading
Do you choose a book by its cover? Take our latest poll and let us know what factors make you want to read one. Continue reading
In 1,000 words or fewer, write a story about time travel and tag it FigTimeTravel. Continue reading
What is your best April Fool’s Day prank? Has anyone ever played one on you? Write about your favorite prank in our latest contest to get featured on the Figment homepage and our social media pages! Continue reading
When was the last time you performed a random act of kindness for someone?
We have found a great list of book-related suggestions from The Random Acts of Kindness Foundation. Let us know what acts you have performed recently in the comments below! Here are some of our favorites. Continue reading
What would you do if you had telepathic powers? New Figment Contest! Continue reading
On Thursday, May 23 at 7:00 p.m. ET we had the pleasure of hosting a live chat with authors Elizabeth Norris (Unraveling and Unbreakable) and Brodi Ashton (Everneath and Everbound) — plus special guest Kristin Rens, editor at the HarperCollins imprint, Balzer + Bray. We chatted about what it takes to be a successful author besides writing a killer book. check out some of the highlights below or catch a full recap here. Continue reading
These days, writers aren’t just writers. They’re also social media mavens, seasoned public speakers, and one-person publicity machines. And they still have to find time to write!
What’s life really like for a successful, published author?
Join us on Figment on Thursday, May 23 at 7:00 p.m. ET to find out! And click for more details. Continue reading
Do you love free stuff? Do you also love books? Well, it’s your lucky day! In honor of Operation Teen Book Drop, Figment is giving out free books at its New York headquarters. Click to learn more! Continue reading
Finding a penny while walking down the street can be cool. Finding a dollar while walking down the street is pretty exciting. But finding a book walking down the street? Well, that’s the best thing we can imagine.
That’s why we’re excited to team up with readergirlz for the third year in a row to Rock the Drop. Spread a little literary love by sharing your favorite books with others in your city. It’s like being a guerrilla tooth fairy, but with books. Continue reading