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Category: Inspire Readers

Audiobooks? Yes please.

By Emily Alvarez Audiobooks… What is there to say about the written word read aloud? Since the 1930s, essays, poetry, stage plays, and books have been a common find in […]

You’re a Champion, Never Gonna Fall

Champion by Marie Lu A book review by Christopher Moore  Plot: 20/20 The explosive finale to the Legend trilogy. June is, once again, working with the Elector Primo and the Republic while […]


 A poem by Chase Ambler ~ Reflection ~ This poem was sparked by a particularly brutal hike up Sentinel Point in the Rocky Mountains. The terrain was extremely demanding, and […]

E-Readers vs. Hard Copies

By Emily Alvarez In 2007, the world of the written word was turned upside down when Amazon introduced the first digital reader: the Kindle. Heads turned away from the bookshelves […]

Publishers Weekly’s Best Books of 2014!

It’s that time of year when Publishers Weekly takes a second glance at their reviews over past last year to select their favorite books. So Readers, we encourage you to invest in […]

No Cygnet for Sleep: 8

‘No Cygnet for Sleep’ contains strong language, sexual scenes, drug use, and gore. Cygnus Atratus Black eyes at me say, I’m Suna. She asked about Ané grab my arm and […]

The Age of Digital Publishing

By Emily Alvarez We are in the age of information overflowing from every crevice of the earth. Whether it is coming from word of mouth, machines designed to alert of […]

No Cygnet for Sleep: 7

‘No Cygnet for Sleep’ contains strong language, sexual scenes, drug use, and gore. No Such Thing as Serendipity By Jivan Ward Open eyes to Ané thong bottom. Too early for […]

Grief and Loss in YA Fiction

by A. Suiter Clarke Just last night I watched a television show where a woman gets in a freak bus accident after leaving her house to help her drunk friend […]