NPR (also known as National Public Radio) released an article today that highlights the best 100 teen novels of all time.
The Best Teen Novels of all Time
The list is based on the votes of over 70, 000 people,most likely not all teens. Over the years, teen literature has become a title only. You find nowadays that more and more adults are enjoying teen literature.
Continue reading “NPR’s The Best 100 Teen Books, As Of 2012”
Only a few weeks ago, the latest of chick-lit queen Meg Cabot’s Heather Wells series came out: Size 12 and Ready to Rock. This the fourth book in the series and was extremely enjoyable.
Continue reading “How Meg Cabot Changed My Life”
For those of you who follow me through email and saw the blog post where I just posted a url which you could not click on, I apologize. Here is the REAL blog post!
The new Doctor Who trailer was released and for those of you who have not seen it,here it is!
Continue reading “Doctor Who Season 7 – New Trailer!”
Today it was announced via the official Facebook page of Peter Jackson, director of the epic Lord of the Rings trilogy and the soon to be released prequel, The Hobbit, that the Hobbit was to become a three part movie instead of a two-parter.
Continue reading “The Hobbit Movie: Three Parts?”
All right, you guys asked for it (not really) and I’m sure you’ve been anticipating it for over a week now (I highly doubt that) and I’m super proud to present (or just don’t really have anything else to write about), my review and thoughts on the newest and last installment of Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy, The Dark Knight Rises.
Continue reading “A Hero Rises: the Dark Knight Rises Review”
**Please note that all of these Book Challenge posts will have Spoilers!**
Day 03-The best book you’ve read in the last 12 months
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