Matchmaker Monday: Let It Snow
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Matchmaker Monday: Let It Snow

The end of a great book can be really tough. And it should be. You’ve shared an emotional journey with it. Whether you’ve feared for the well-being of its characters, cried over heartbreaks, mourned its loses, or celebrated the victories, you’ve felt something while reading it. Let us help you get over finishing a great book by … Continue reading

Throwback Thursday: The Killer’s Cousin
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Throwback Thursday: The Killer’s Cousin

Sure there are thousands of fabulous new YA novels coming out every year, but there are also tons of “classics” that deserve a return to the spotlight every now and then. That’s why we celebrate Throwback Thursday, when we share our favorite YA books from the Dark Ages—aka 2000 or earlier (that means they were published fifteen years ago, … Continue reading

Matchmaker Monday: The Golden Compass
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Matchmaker Monday: The Golden Compass

The end of a great book can be really tough. And it should be. You’ve shared an emotional journey with it. Whether you’ve feared for the well-being of its characters, cried over heartbreaks, mourned its loses, or celebrated the victories, you’ve felt something while reading it. Let us help you get over finishing a great book by … Continue reading

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Throwback Thursday: Letters from the Inside

Sure there are thousands of fabulous new YA novels coming out every year, but there are also tons of “classics” that deserve a return to the spotlight every now and then. That’s why we celebrate Throwback Thursday, when we share our favorite YA books from the Dark Ages—aka 2000 or earlier (that means they were published fifteen years ago, … Continue reading

Matchmaker Monday: The Unthinkable Thoughts of Jacob Green
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Matchmaker Monday: The Unthinkable Thoughts of Jacob Green

The end of a great book can be really tough. And it should be. You’ve shared an emotional journey with it. Whether you’ve feared for the well-being of its characters, cried over heartbreaks, mourned its loses, or celebrated the victories, you’ve felt something while reading it. Let us help you get over finishing a great book by … Continue reading