Kimberly Reid, author of Prettyboy Must Die, offers hot tips on things that suggest that your new friend might be a secret agent.
It’s Best Friends Week! Yesterday we talked about some of our favorite female friendships in YA fantasy, and today we’re talking our favorite YA bromances.
Rain or shine, one of our favorite activities is gazing upon the unattainable gorgeousness of a good bookstagram. Check out some of our favorites from this month!
April showers better bring some May flowers, but until they do we’ll just stay inside to read and take gorgeous pics of books indoors. Here are some of our favorite bookstagrams from readers and authors across the instaworld to give us (and you!) some inspiration.
With their combination of skilled rebellion and mysterious computer wizardy, fictional hackers are always fun to follow on page and screen.
It’s that time! And by that we mean its time to round up our favorites from all the glory, fairy lights, shelfies, and gorgeously filtered covers that make up this month’s bookstagrams.
New from Susan Dennard and Kimberly Reid.
If you’re looking for books that prove nothing is as it seems, and are already pretty sure everyone around you is a suspect, read on. Because these five books will have you convinced that you can’t trust anyone.
When Peter Smith’s classmate snaps a picture of him during a late night run at the track, Peter thinks he might be in trouble. #Prettyboy Must Die is a thrilling spy adventure available February 14th.