Introducing a New, SURPRISE Member: Amie Kaufman!

Guys, we are so, so, so thrilled to introduce you to a new member. It was a sort of spur-of-the-moment decision—though one we all agreed on—and that decision was to welcome a new author to our ranks: Amie Kaufman! Amie Kaufman had the good fortune to be raised just one block from her local library, and took full advantage of that fact growing up. She and her sister spent their childhood summers re-creating their favorite books by […]

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The Thorn and the Blossom by Theodora Goss

The first thing we have to talk about with this book is the structure. I follow Theodora on Facebook and so I heard the news about her upcoming book and witnessed the cover reveal, but somehow I missed the completely unique way this book was published. It’s bound accordion style. Yes, this book has no spine. See the picture below for a visual explanation! The Thorn and the Blossom tells a love story from two perspectives, with […]

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It’s my ARC, and I’ll give it away if I want to…

…give it away if I WAAAANT to! You’d give one away too if it happened TO YOU! Okay. Phew. Enough with the goofy “It’s My Party” rendition because this is no goofy situation, my friends. Not. At. All. In fact, it’s very, very, very serious. Tomorrow is my birthday. Birthdays are incredibly grave affairs in my book. I blame this attitude on my mother, who used to allow my siblings and me to be “Queen/King for […]

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Interview with Kiera Cass, author of The Selection

Today Kiera Cass joins us, to talk about her upcoming YA debut, The Selection (which is simply enchanting, if I do say so myself!). The Selection For thirty-five girls, the Selection is the chance of a lifetime. The opportunity to escape the life laid out for them since birth. To be swept up in a world of glittering gowns and priceless jewels. To live in a palace and compete for the heart of gorgeous Prince […]

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What About Book 3?

When I first started writing the sequel to Legend (my debut novel and the first of a trilogy), I kind of knew to brace myself for the next one. After all, every writer I know has struggled with the dreaded Book 2. Book 2 is the sophomore slump. Book 2 is full of all the things you never had to deal with in Book 1: continuing the arcs for characters that you’ve already developed, introducing […]

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