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5 Swoon Books You Should Add to Your TBR If You’re Loving “The Witcher”
Is it just me, or is Geralt’s resting b****face the best thing we’ve seen on television recently? Not to mention, creator Lauren Hissrich brings a refreshing lens to the fantasy genre with powerful, layered, and flawed female characters—Queen Calanthe, Yennefer of Vengerberg, and Princess Ciri being just a few. In honor of this new TV series that is finally giving ...
A Soldier and A Liar,
beware the night,
The Impaler's Shadow
5 Swoon Books Paired with Netflix Holiday Movies
The holidays are almost here, which means it’s time for eggnog, burning fireplaces, and all the festive rom-coms you’ll need to survive the cold, stressful, end-of-year season. Whether you’re turning on the TV because you need some positivity to get you through uncomfortable family gatherings or just watching it because you’re like me and you actually kind of enjoy them, ...
How to Speak Boy,
Just My Luck,
The Invention of Sophie Carter,
Carols and Chaos,
my new crush gave to me
Reading the Emmys: 5 YA Novels Paired with Emmy Nominees & Winners
Did anyone else catch the Emmys this year? I’ve only seen bits and pieces, BUT I have seen a few of the shows that were nominated and they are absolutely fantastic, even the ones that didn’t end up winning. If you’re looking for your next binge-worthy YA read, be sure to check out these YA novels paired with Emmy nominees ...
Ask an Editor: How to Come Up with Book Titles
Brainstorming book titles is one of the most under-looked yet trickiest parts of being an editor. How the heck do you think of a title that’s catchy, distinctive, and all-encompassing in just a few words?Let’s first consider the basic uses of a book title. A book’s title should give the reader a general idea of what the story is about, ...
ask an editor,
5 Romantic Historical Reads for When You're Wishing You Lived in a Jane Austen Novel
I’ve been thinking about what my life would be like if I lived in a Jane Austen novel. Maybe it’s the influence of Samantha Hastings’s recently pubbed The Last Word, or maybe I’ve just been getting a little tired of fast-paced NYC. Life just seems so much simpler and lovelier during Regency/Victorian era England (although we all know the realities ...
All Is Fair,
The Last Word,
Gone by Nightfall,
These Vicious Masks,
Love Lies and Spies