My question today is something that's been on my mind for a while, and I would really like some adult perspective on it (that does not belong to the adults I call Mom and Dad).
Back last November when I was a high school freshman, ... More →
When we first saw that #iwokeuplikethis selfies were eclipsing shirtless Finnick Odair as the hottest thing on the interwebs, we at SparkLife put on our party hats and did an elaborate series of hip thrusts. Hooray for celebrating our big, wide world full of naturally ... More →
I have a friend, "D." D is a genius, witty, and someone I have known forever. I don't know exactly what her home life is like, but I do know that she gets absolutely no attention at home, no help with anything. Once, we ... More →
This may seem like a really weird and really vague question, but do you think there is an age limit on love? Like if you don't kiss someone by a certain age or have a relationship by a certain age then you will have ... More →
So to cut right to the chase, I am a senior girl in high school, and a close friend of my older brother has recently taken a rather strong liking towards me. I have known this guy ever since we were little, but I ... More →
Sophomore year of high school I met a really fun guy, we’ll call him Rocky, and we were inseparable. We were affectionate with lots of hugs and cute texts and handwritten notes back and forth, and we would go on a lot of ... More →
Dear Auntie Sparknotes,
Until a few months ago I lived in a foreign country, which I had to leave behind because of my parents' work. As I'm getting used to my new home and such, I have joined my school's marching band. There's a guy in ... More →
Remember how we told you to stop dithering around and go pick up THE 2014 HOMECOMING QUEEN OF YA HIGH SCHOOL, Jandy Nelson's I'll Give You the Sun IMMEDIATELY? (While you're at it, DITHER NO MORE and check out our OTHER favorite book, Jandy's The Sky Is ... More →
The Revolutionary War may have been fought more than two centuries ago, but thanks to one foot-in-mouth moment on the BBC last week, we're thinking it's time for a sequel. Grab your pitchforks! Stuff your muskets! Stack your cannonballs! Because last week, on The Graham ... More →
I am going to preface this letter by assuring you I am not a terrible person, I promise. I volunteer with children at an environmental center, I always give to charity, I (literally) help the elderly across the street and down the stairs, everyone ... More →
Kat Rosenfield is a writer, illustrator, advice columnist, YA author, and enthusiastic licker of that plastic liner that comes inside a box of Cheez-Its. She loves zombies and cats. She hates zombie cats. Follow her on Twitter or Tumblr @katrosenfield.