Sunday, March 17, 2013

Weekly Rewind - March 17, 2013

Nazarea Andrews stopped by to talk about why she thinks romance is so important in dystopian fiction. After all, if the hero/heroine doesn't have anything to fight for, what's the point? 
Giveaway alert! --- It doesn't end until 8 pm tonight so hurry and get your entries in!

In case you needed further prodding to go enter the giveaway above, here's my review of this stunning book. Love, danger, and friendship? Oh yes, it's all here.

Margeaux Foley's book was a breath of fresh air! To me it felt like a mix between a soap opera and a Nancy Drew mystery. Very fun and quick read. Check out the full review!

It's not every day that you get to see into the mind of an author. Wondering why Mia Hoddell chooses to devote her life to writing? This post is for you.

Are you a fan of The Hunger Games? Welcome to your next read! While there are some parallels, this stellar book stands out just the same. Gritter, darker, definitely worth your time.

Okay, being totally honest? This book tried to be a lot of things and...sadly...ended up being a very long and confusing mess. I still liked some of it, but you'll find the rest of my thoughts in this review.

Here are some links from around the web I think are totally worth your time:

-- Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi is being banned from Chicago Public Schools for "graphic language and images"

-- David Levithan's Two Boys Kissing has a cover and it's lovely! The best part though is definitely the story behind it all

-- And finally, a giggle worthy video for you. Why don't we ever get anything done on the Internet? Cracked sums it up for you right here.

Keep on keeping on my bibliophile friends!


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