If you were looking for every YA release set for 2018, this is your lucky day.
What’s your favorite facial expression to draw? I love drawing the sequential concern and relief expressions in a young being. This is the combination featured […]
Q: What is the easiest way to brighten your day? Feed me. Q: What is your strangest hobby or interest? I knew someone who collected […]
I read a lot of books. Often, they’re in the same genre, since I have my preferences. Some are good, some are great, some are […]
What if George Washington had become a king, rather than a president? Katherine McGee built her new alternate history novel, American Royals, on this idea. […]
There Will Come A Darkness has an awesome title and an absolutely breathtaking cover, but there is another reason it has garnered so much attention […]
Megan, the writer of the Book Birds blog, did some bookish community service for us — again! She created a complete list of YA book […]
★★★☆☆ // ★★★★☆ 3.5 Stars (Rounds up on Goodreads) The only reason this isn’t a solid 4-star read for me is that the pacing, I felt, […]
I love the way he writes all of his characters, the way each one feels unique. They aren’t just pieces in different places on his storyboard; they are unique, individual characters who drive their stories in different ways.
So you didn’t go to BookCon. Or you did, but you didn’t do all of the shopping you wanted to. No worries, we’ve got you. […]
Are you wondering how to create your schedule for BookCon without knowing when your most anticipated ARCs are dropping? Are you trying to plan when […]
Author Caitlin Starling was kind enough to sit for an interview with Fictionist after her book The Luminous Dead was published. This standalone sci-fi/horror novel […]
★★★★★ When I picked up The Luminous Dead, I had just moved to a new apartment. I was trying to balance work, exercise, cooking, cleaning, […]
Enjoy this list of books by Muslim authors. Support them as they do what they love — write — in a world that only recently […]
The only thing that made me feel better was reading, and the only thing that made me worse was coming back into reality.
I was somehow deeply invested. I needed to know this story, these characters, this setting.