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Uncommon Criminals (Plus 5 Reasons Ally Carter is a Great YA Author!)

By ContributorJuly 11, 2011
Book #44: Uncommon Criminals (Heist Society, #2) Author: Ally Carter Reason for Reading: I love love LOVE LOVE Ally Carter’s books. I have been a fan of hers since day one. I read the first book in her Gallagher Girls... More  →
Uncommon Criminals (Plus 5 Reasons Ally Carter is a Great YA Author!)

Blogging Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban: Part 2

By Dan_BergsteinJuly 8, 2011
Chapter Four: The Leaky Cauldron Better Title: Hermione's Parents Hate Her Harry is living the good life as he stays by himself at the Leaky Cauldron. During the day he jaunts about Diagon Alley, looking at all the magical goodies and eating free ice cream. At night... More  →
Blogging Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban: Part 2

Thank-You Notes from Literary Characters

By ContributorJuly 8, 2011
Read dac213's amazing post, and marvel at the chameleonic literary skills. –Sparkitors As a recently graduated senior with a large and generous family, I had need to write a load of thank-you notes the other day. And I couldn’t help but wonder, being the... More  →
Thank-You Notes from Literary Characters

Drums, Girls, & Dangerous Pie

By ContributorJuly 8, 2011
Lonks reviews a book with the EXACT title we were planning on using for our memoirs. DANG.—Sparkitors Book #42: Drums, Girls, & Dangerous Pie Author: Jordan Sonnenblick Reason for Reading: The media specialist at my former middle school, who is... More  →
Drums, Girls, & Dangerous Pie

Dan's Summer Reading List For the Lazy

By Dan_BergsteinJuly 7, 2011
This is a reading list for the lazy and leisurely. Many of you can devour thousands of books in a single summer. Unfortunately, I was gifted with the reading speed of a distracted turtle, which means that two or three books is all I can... More  →
Dan's Summer Reading List For the Lazy

16 Tips for Writing a Great Fantasy Novel

By ContributorJuly 7, 2011
dac213 has all the tips you need to write the next YA bestseller!—Sparkitors I haven't written a fantasy action novel (yet), but I have read my share of good and bad fantasy novels,... More  →
16 Tips for Writing a Great Fantasy Novel

Stupid Questions About Lord of the Rings-Answered!

By ContributorJuly 7, 2011
Chloechum is an expert on all things elvish and Tolkien-y—but does she have the answer's to Dan's burning questions?—Sparkitors After reading Mr. Bergstein’s questions about the Lord of the Rings, as a dedicated Ringer I felt compelled to explain. I’m sure... More  →
Stupid Questions About Lord of the Rings-Answered!

Princess Nevermore: A Nostalgic (and Vaguely Hostile) Look Back

By ContributorJuly 6, 2011

Nicole-Lyn is back with another hilarious book review!—Sparkitors

I’ve written and read a few book reviews in my time, and now I want to do something that will get readers to say that I'm “startlingly original...breathtakingly funny...the thesaurus is... More  →
Princess Nevermore: A Nostalgic (and Vaguely Hostile) Look Back

Here, There Be Dragons

By ContributorJuly 6, 2011
Did Lonks think this book was a winner or a dud? Read on to find out!—Sparkitors Book #42: Here, There Be Dragons Author: James A. Owen Reason for Reading: Sparkler lissalovesmusic suggested this on my review of Nine Days... More  →
Here, There Be Dragons

Slippery, Soapy Treadmills

By ContributorJuly 5, 2011
Scott-Free blogs one dating rule from the book THE RULES each week. This week, the rule might actually make sense! —Sparkitors Rule #8: Fill Up Your Time before Your Date. (Hey, that rhymes!) “Most women go on dates with a lot of expectations. They... More  →
Slippery, Soapy Treadmills