If you haven’t read anything by Emery Lord yet, what on earth have you been waiting for?! She is the absolute Queen of Feels and all her books leave us broken, emotional wrecks.
Her latest novel When We Collided was named Book of the Year at our MP! Bookish Awards earlier this month and for a very good reason! We’ve picked out some of Emery’s most heart-wrenching quotes. Can you make it all the way through without tearing up?
Continue reading We dare you NOT to tear up over the most beautiful quotes from Emery Lord
There was a point, not too long ago, where the naysayers were happy to declare the death of dystopian fiction in YA. But what do they know? Nothing. Obvs. Because it’s still going strong, and 2016 just might be its best year yet.
Continue reading The Dystopian phenomenon: 17 reasons dystopian is the genre of choice in 2016
Ever fancied naming your own character? Seeing something crafted in your own mind turn to ink on published paper? Well, you’re in luck: Katharine and Elizabeth Corr might have the answer you’re looking for.
Continue reading Think you could #NameAWizard? See your name printed in the epic ‘The Witch’s Kiss’ sequel
Are you ready to get spoopy this Halloween? You betcha, and there’s no better way to get in the spirit than by settling down with a good spooky book or three.
Thanks to Zoella we’re Halloween ready when it comes to style – and we’ve even made our very own top notch decorations. Now all that’s left to do is settle down with a good book. Struggling to choose what to read? Don’t worry we’ve got you sorted.
Continue reading Quiz: Which spooktastic book should you read this Halloween?
When Gael Brennan is about to have his heart broken in the wake of his own parents’ separation, Love decides to intervene and, well, we can all imagine the crazy ups and downs that happen from there on out – especially when Rebound becomes involved.
We sat down to chat all things ‘The Romantics’ with author extraordinaire Leah Konen ahead of the book’s release and, let’s just say, we’ve got a completely whole new perspective on love.
Continue reading A whole new perspective on love + WIN! 1 of 5 proof copies of ‘The Romantics’
Recently we got the chance to put a few questions to Reagen, who runs the beautiful bookstagram account reagen.reads. With over 10k followers and a whole host of seriously awesome bookish snaps, we were thrilled to see his autumn aesthetic feed and share in his love for the Vintage Classics new rebranding of ‘The Night Circus’.
Continue reading We’re all as obsessed with the new ‘The Night Circus’ cover as reagen.reads
If you don’t wanna be a Shadowhunter then you’re totally lying. Alec, Jace, Clary, Emma, Julian, Will and Tessa are made of awesome and even if they’re constantly nearly being killed, we’d life swap with them in a heartbeat.
But WHICH Shadowhunter are you?
Continue reading Quiz: Which Shadowhunter are you?
Who doesn’t wish their fave authors were teaming up to write the next big thing to hit shelves? We certainly do, so we put Chris Russell and Annabel Pitcher, respectively of ‘Songs About a Girl’ and ‘Silence is Goldfish’ fame, to the test: could they win us over with their story-making skills?
Continue reading Watch: Are Chris Russell and Annabel Pitcher just horsing around or about to team up to write their next YA hit?
As though being in school for 6 hrs 5 days a week plus homework on the weekends wasn’t bad enough, someone said to themselves “Hey, how can we make this experience 10x worse?!” and thus exams were born.
Everyone says exams aren’t the end of the world, but imagine if they were…
Continue reading 7 books that deal with exam stress SO WELL
Waiting for the next book in a series is painful. It makes us cry actual real tears. But of course, there are plenty of books out there…
So if you’ve finished ‘Darkness Follows’ here’s what you need to read next based on your star sign! (If you HAVEN’T read it yet then go grab your copy ASAP) Unless you’re Discordant, of course, then you might as well just give up now. On everything. Soz. Continue reading It’s written in the stars: What should you read after ‘Darkness Follows’ based on your zodiac sign?