Tochi Onyebuchi holds a B.A. from Yale, an MFA in Screenwriting from Tisch, a Masters degree in Global Economic Law from L’institut d’études politiques, and a J.D. from Columbia Law School. His writing has appeared in Asimov’s and Ideomancer, among other places. Tochi resides in Connecticut where he works in the tech industry and is currently writing the epic sequel to Beasts Made of Night.
Unforgettable Siblings in YA for National Siblings Day!
There are a lot of siblings with protagonist brothers or sisters who have a knack for stealing the spotlight on account of being awesome, and we want to take a moment to appreciate them! So, here are 10 of our favorite siblings from YA in honor of National Sibling Day! House of Hollow by … ContinuedSee More
16 YA Books For Your #Blackathon2021 TBR
Blackathon is one of our favorite read-a-thons of the year, and this month it’s back for round four! Created by BookTuber Jesse from Bowties & Books, #Blackathon2021 centers books and works by Black and African American authors and creators throughout February. You can participate across YouTube, Instagram, and Twitter, so check out the Blackathon Twitter … ContinuedSee More
Bookstagram can’t wait to read Rebel Sisters!
Rebel Sisters landed on shelves last week, and we’ve seen it in some STUNNING posts on Bookstagram. We couldn’t resist spotlighting a few of our fave posts! “Sci-fi and fantasy weren’t genres that I seriously explored until recently, aka this year — I didn’t exactly see myself in the stories or characters. I’m thankful … ContinuedSee More
YA Protagonists who will 100% outsmart you
We all love a badass protagonist, and here are just a few of our favs from YA who are always two steps ahead! Jo from The Downstairs Girl By day, seventeen-year-old Jo Kuan works as a lady’s maid for the cruel daughter of one of the wealthiest men in Atlanta. But by night, Jo … ContinuedSee More
YA Books by Black Authors You Should Be Reading
From award winning icons such as Mildred D. Taylor to incredible debut voices such as Amanda Joy, here are some of the Black authors you should be reading. A Phoenix First Must Burn edited by Patrice Caldwell Sixteen tales by bestselling and award-winning authors that explore the Black experience through fantasy, science fiction, and … ContinuedSee More
War Girls: The Recap
Diving into Rebel Sisters by Tochi Onyebuchi this week? We’ve got you covered with our recap of what happened in the first book in the duology, War Girls! Then: 2172 As War Girls begins, the future is a time of strife. Civil war rages between Nigeria and the fledgling Republic of New Biafra. Sixteen-year-old … ContinuedSee More
High Stakes Thrillers That Will Keep You Guessing
If you’re looking to escape real life for a bit for some fictional thrills, these high stakes books have everything you need, from pirates to reanimated sisters to assassins! Scroll down for 17 high stakes thrillers that are sure to keep you guessing. Rebel Sisters by Tochi Onyebuchi A deadly virus is only one … ContinuedSee More
Dear Hollywood, These YA Books Are READY!
With the success of recent YA adaptation like Love, Simon, To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, The Hate U Give and news that a new Harry Potter TV series is in the works– we gotta ask the question: why is Hollywood sleeping on these amazing books that are SCREAMING for adaptation?! An Ember in the Ashes series … ContinuedSee More
Best Sisters in YA
We love an epic protagonist. But you know who we really need to talk about? The underrated siblings we adore. So here are a few of our favorite sisters in YA! The Girls I’ve Been by Tess Sharpe Nora O’Malley’s badass big sis is someone you do NOT want to mess with. The … ContinuedSee More
Books we’re so thankful for this year
2020 gave us a LOT of amazing reads, so we’re sharing just a few that we’re so thankful for this year! The Conference of the Birds by Ransom Riggs We are so thankful to return to the world of the peculiars, and are counting down the days to The Desolations of Devil’s Acre! … ContinuedSee More