Reading might be a solitary activity, but sharing books is one of the best things about having bookworm friends. Here are five books featuring friendships to read together with your bestie.
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 Sheryl Scarborough!
How Sheryl Scarborough learned to stop worrying and love forensic science.
We’re giving you the Valentine’s Day gift of PURE BEAUTY… in that we’re rounding up our favorite bookstagrams of Tor Teen titles for you to behold and enjoy. We love our books, but we love them even more surrounded by fun props and sumptous backgrounds. So join us in a journey through our best of…
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.
Barely three weeks after catching the killer of Erin’s mother and their biology teacher, Erin and her crew are back, up to their elbows in forensics projects. To Right the Wrongs will be available on February 27th.
Everyone loves cookies. Everyone loves books. Thus everyone will love these book and cookie pairings. Our logic is undeniable.
We caught up with Sheryl Scarborough to talk about forensics, writing challenges, and the inspiration behind To Catch A Killer.
In To Catch a Killer, a contemporary mystery by debut author Sheryl Scarborough, a teenage girl uses forensic science to solve the cold-case murder of her mother. Please enjoy this excerpt.