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Category: Inspire Readers

A Dystopian Legend Scores Highly

Legend by Marie Lu A book review by Christopher Moore   Plot: 20/20 The plot revolves around two characters: June, who works for the Republic and Day, the Republic’s most […]

Different Forms of Storytelling

By Jenna Byers So I’m sure you all know there’s more than one way to tell a story. You can actually tell it to an audience, you can make it […]

What a waste of good banter!

Rowell’s Attachments delivers excellent characters in a cliché romcom. It might be a great waste of good characters and witty banter, but it’s definitely worth the read. Attachments by Rainbow […]

Who are YA Books Meant For?

There has been some controversy in the book world lately on the subject of Young Adult novels in the hands of mature adults. It is not too far of a stretch […]

Story of the Month: Cassandra Iliou

The month of May introduces Cassandra Iliou and her poem “Light Fades” as our featured Story of the Month! Iliou explores passion in the breath of intimate moments. With small, […]

Take A Survey On New Adult Fiction

One of our writers, Nadiyah Abdul-khaliq, has been researching the New Adult genre. As a new style of literature, there are many questions out there and as a publishing of both […]