Thanks so much to Lia (Chain of Novels) for tagging us. We love Greek mythology and are so excited to share our answers with everyone. Tell us your favorite Greek God/Goddess in the comments!
We’ve seen other bloggers participate in this tag and we thought it looked fun! In this tag we share some of our favorites, least favorites and other opinions. 1. How Many Books are Too Many Books in a Series? For the most part, we usually stick with trilogies for series. However, it depends. A fewContinue reading “20 Questions Book Tag”
We’ve been lucky! Between the two of us, we’ve met some of our favorite YA authors. We’ll add to this list as soon as we meet more. If you’re a YA author reading this, come visit the D.C. metro area! 1. Jennifer L. Armentrout Claire met JLA at her YA/NA event, Apollycon, in 2018! ClaireContinue reading “YA Authors: Who Have We Met?”
One thing we miss right now is travel. We’re both travel addicts and can’t wait to begin traveling across the U.S. again. Do you want to travel right now but can’t? We can help with book recommendations. The YA City Guide is a new feature on our blog to recommend books set in a certain city.Continue reading “YA City Guide: New York City”
City of Bones is the first book in Clare’s The Mortal Instruments series. It was also her first published book and the introduction to the shadowhunter world. Clare is now one of the best known YA authors! Christy and Clare first read this series years ago. We cannot remember the exact year, but it hasContinue reading “Then and Now: City of Bones by Cassandra Clare”
Warning: Spoilers if you haven’t read The Mortal Instruments series. The second book in The Eldest Curses trilogy focuses on Alec Lightwood and Magnus Bane. The first book, The Red Scrolls of Magic, took place in between City of Glass and City of Fallen Angels when Alec and Magnus went on vacation following the war with Valentine. The Lost Book of the White is set inContinue reading “Review: The Lost Book of the White by Cassandra Clare and Wesley Chu”
In this post we feature books we love that were unfortunately turned into crappy movies. The writers and producers of these movies fell short in understanding these amazing stories! YA authors, be careful who you sell your film rights to! Our problem with a majority of these picks is that we expect movies to atContinue reading “The Worst YA Book to Movie Adaptions”
Tell us your Myers-Briggs in the comments and if you relate to the character who matches you! We’re an ENTJ and an INFJ. ENFJ Will Herondale INFJ Jem Carstairs