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10 Romantic Moves in Literature That Are Actually Creepy in Real Life

By Vitoria BasApril 18, 2016
Some buy flowers for the people they love; others watch them sleep for nine straight ... More  →
10 Romantic Moves in Literature That Are Actually Creepy in Real Life

Self-Help Books by Fictional Characters

By ziggykelsmanDecember 23, 2015
These days, it seems like you're nobody till somebody buys your self-help book. (Excuse me while I learn about manners from... More  →
Self-Help Books by Fictional Characters

Romanticizing Your Quirks (AKA Life Problems) Using Everyone’s Favorite Literary Goddesses

By Maddy AaronOctober 29, 2015
We’re almost positive someone once said that interesting people aren’t perfect, or some variation of that—we have a problem with follow through... More  →
Romanticizing Your Quirks (AKA Life Problems) Using Everyone's Favorite Literary Goddesses

Modern Vampire Myths, SLAYED

By Vitoria BasOctober 28, 2015
It's tough to be a vampire in this day and age. Twilight may have raised public awareness of conscientious vamps, but it... More  →
Modern Vampire Myths, SLAYED

What's Good, Internet?

By SparkLifeOctober 9, 2015
Welcome to our new news feature, What's Good, Internet! Every Friday, we'll be bringing you a list of essential internet news you... More  →
What's Good, Internet?

Can You Guess?: Match the Quote With the Character Who Said It

By Liana MoncayoAugust 24, 2015
We’ve got your mini roundup of bookish quotes from Hunger Games, Divergent, Harry Potter, The Fault in Our Stars, Sherlock Holmes, Eragon,... More  →
Can You Guess?: Match the Quote With the Character Who Said It

SUCK IT, EDWARD: KStew Brought Taylor Lautner as Her American Ultra Premiere Date

By Chelsea DaggerAugust 19, 2015
If the time machine we've been crafting in the SparkNotes basement (it's made entirely of paper clips and IMAGINATION) finally started working,... More  →
SUCK IT, EDWARD: KStew Brought Taylor Lautner as Her <em>American Ultra</em> Premiere Date