Perfect Pairings: YA and Adult Novels!

If you’re anything like me, the transition from your teenage years into adulthood was rocky at best. One of the most obvious examples of this was transitioning to “adult” literature. That’s not to say that I never read adult novels as a teenager (and definitely not to say that I don’t read YA novels now!). […]

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Bookmarks: July 24th

Bookmarks is back! Fall is the busiest season in publishing — new books, award news, movie updates — and we at The Savvy Reader want to make sure you’re on up-to-date with Bookmarks, a weekly round up of news, images and links. Though Fall isn’t for another few months, there’s been some pretty exciting books news […]

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Excerpt: John Green Recommends “My Drunk Kitchen”

Hannah “Harto” Hart is the creator of My Drunk Kitchen, a cooking show and comedy series on YouTube. In the videos, Hannah attempts to cook or bake various dishes, or otherwise engaging in some food-related activity, all while, well, tipsy. To get a good idea of the entire series, I recommend watching the inaugural video “Butter Yo Sh*t“, […]

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Review: Say What You Will by Cammie McGovern

A few months ago, readers took to Twitter to demand diversity in literature. The hashtag “#WeNeedDiverseBooks” went viral and, whether you participated in the discussion or not, it was a very inspiring conversation to witness, as individuals worldwide were sharing their own personal stories and their desire for unique voices. Thankfully, the conversation is ongoing, and […]

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