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Reading the Zodiac: Swoonworthy Books for Every Sign (Part II)
Sometimes the TBR piles so high, you need a bit of guidance from above. Below are our bookish picks for the last six astrological signs! (Click here for Part I!)
Libra(September 23-October 22)Where one story ends, another begins.1861. Miss Lucinda Leavitt is shocked when she learns the author of her favorite serialized novel has died before completing the story. Determined ...
We Are the Ghosts,
The Last Word,
The Hummingbird Dagger,
When Life Gives You Demons
Reading the Zodiac: Swoonworthy Books for Every Sign (Part I)
Sometimes the TBR piles so high, you need a bit of guidance from above. Below are our bookish picks for the first six astrological signs!
Aries(March 21-April 19)Should she follow orders... or her heart?Paige knows exactly what she wants—to graduate from Wallingford Academy and become a pilot in the US Air Force. She’s inherited her father’s no-nonsense attitude and whip-smart ...
Going Off Script,
The Shortest Distance Between Love and Hate,
Risking It All,
Rules We're Meant to Break,
If It Makes You Happy,
The Impossibility of Us
Publishing 101: Breaking Down the Different Book Formats
There’s a lot that goes into the trajectory of a book’s life outside the manuscript itself. Sometimes, a brand new cover and categorization will launch a book into a whole new life. Other times, it’s issuing the book in a new format. Oftentimes, we think of books as coming out in hardcover first, and then in paperback a year later. ...
Behind the Book Scenes: Repackaging the Paperback Cover for BOUND TO YOU
A manuscript lives many lives before it goes to print as a book, and a book lives a long life after it hits the shelves, too. It might seem that once a hardcover book is in your hands—a physical object—it has reached its final form. It’s categorized in a certain way and appears in a certain part of the bookstore ...
Bound to You,
Selkies, Kelpies, and Craic: 4 Celtic-Influenced YA Reads
St. Patrick’s Day is a day for parades, parties, venerating the 5th century bishop who drove snakes out of an island nation, and watching one of the best Disney Channel Original Movies, The Luck of the Irish (just me?).But it is also, like every other day in the year, a day for reading. So if you plan to spend the ...