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October 23, 2014 - 11:37amThere’s a chill in the air, pumpkins adorn doorsteps across the neighborhood, you’ve unearthed your slippers after a summer of barefootedness. Must be nearly Halloween! To get you in the mood, we’ve already compiled your Tropeoween costumes. And now it’s time to sit back and be scared by a horrifying read! We’ve picked some titles across genres to keep you up late into the night … If you love YA … try Gretchen McNeil’s Ten. A take on Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None, this YA mystery has it all: a creepy atmosphere (an isolated island, besieged by storm!), a perfect horror movie set up (teens at an illicit party!) and a ever-increasing body count.
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October 23, 2014 - 11:32amWe'll be honest, we're still not over the fact that Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens are no longer a couple. Same goes for Rob Pattinson and Kristen Stewart. We all love celebrity couples, but why? Why do we love them so much? YA author Rebecca Serle addresses this in her new novel, Famous in Love. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: celebs are the human version of mythical gods. They are larger than life. And two together? Forget about it.My novel and upcoming series, Famous in Love, is inspired by the fiction-meets-reality off-screen romances of the celebrities we know and love.
October 23, 2014 - 11:27amWhat do you do when the growing number of new reads causes your wallet to shrink uncomfortably? Shop the e-book deals, of course! In this column we highlight some of our favorite book buys that will cost you less than a medium-sized coffee.
October 22, 2014 - 1:06pmIt's cover reveal season and we're reveling in all the pretty as we add to our ever-expanding TBR piles. With two recent YA covers we're yearning for road trips, our tired eyes ogling neon signs as we get ready to hit the open road. Want to take a peek at what has us hankering?First up is I'll Meet You There by Heather Demetrios, which comes out February 3, 2015. Set at a quirky motel off the highway, the story stars Skylar and Josh, both of whom were desperately ready to escape the small town of Creek View — until everything changed. Look at this awesome cover! Next is Margo Rabb's Kissing in America.
October 22, 2014 - 12:05pmCreating a whole new world is one of the most exciting parts of being an author — but it can also be the most grueling. With two YA fantasy series under her belt, Cinda Williams Chima knows a thing or two about worldbuilding. And with The Sorcerer Heir, the latest book in her Heir Chronicles series, hitting shelves today, we wanted to know what tips and insight Cinda has for worldbuilding. Here's what she had to say:People associate worldbuilding with fantasy writers, but all writers need to master it. For example, if I set a novel in a small Georgia town or coastal Maine, I have to make that setting real to people who’ve never been there.