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Richelle Mead

Richelle Mead is the author of the international #1 bestselling Vampire Academy series, the Bloodlines series, the Glittering Court series, and the Age of X series. Her love of fantasy and science fiction began at an early age when her father read her Greek mythology and her brothers made her watch Flash Gordon. She went on to study folklore and religion in college, and when not writing, Richelle spends her time drinking lots of coffee, watching reality TV, and shopping for dresses.

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5 Important Things We Learned From Richelle Mead’s Reddit AMA

Ahead of the release of The Glittering Court Richelle Mead was on Reddit’s super popular AMA  (Ask. Me. Anything) session and as the rules state, people were asking her anything! Some INTERESTING things got revealed and we need to talk.   More Vampire Academy? When asked about the fan favorite series and if she would … Continued
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10 YA Characters Who Will Mess with Your Mind

How much can you really trust the main character in the book you’re reading? If your answer is somewhere along the lines of “not much,” you’re in for a wild ride. There’s nothing better than when a book truly shocks you, and who better to take you on this ride than a narrator who’s going to … Continued
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6 Must-Read Forbidden Love Stories

We all love a good love story. But a forbidden love story? Even better. These stories have us anxiously turning the pages, rooting for the two characters against all odds. Read on for some of our favorite forbidden love stories!   Flame in the Mist by Renee Ahdieh What do you do when you’re falling in … Continued
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Four YA Sporty Girls Who Are Kicking Goals

Soccer is the hot sport of the moment, thanks to that big game happening in Russia. But don’t let the dudes rule the field, these books feature sport loving ladies who deserve their time in the spotlight.   The Season A Pride and Prejudice retelling with a soccer mad main character and set during the … Continued
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7 Reasons to Read a Graphic Novel This Weekend

Books are wonderful, and we’re so lucky to live in a world that offers so many different kinds of reading experiences – from physical books to audio books, picture books to novels, readers have their pick when it comes to how to enjoy a good story. But this weekend, you should consider picking up a graphic … Continued
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Our Most Anticipated Summer 2018 Reads!

Ok, so we know it’s basically not even spring yet, but can you blame us that we are SO EXCITED FOR SUMMER?! It’s only natural. And not only are we excited for warm days, long nights, flip flops (the list goes on), but we absolutely cannot wait for all the amazing books we have in … Continued
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12 Books You’ll Want to Re-read as Soon as You Finish

We’ve all been there—sitting in a train, or drinking coffee at a coffee shop, or lying in bed at 3 AM not knowing what to do with yourself because you’ve just finished reading the ~greatest book of all time~ and you’re contemplating if it’s a good idea to dive right back into it by turning to … Continued
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8 Books to Read if You’re an Outlander Fanatic

Some of us have been fans of the Outlander series for years (ahem), but with the premiere of the Outlander TV show on Starz, many new people have been inducted into the glorious kilt cult of Jamie Fraser. But really: how are you supposed to fill the weeks between episodes? We’ve got your back. Here are 8 perfect reads for Outlander fanatics to … Continued
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