Cover Reveal: Agnes at the End of the World by Kelly McWilliams

Cults are so interesting and any quick Google search about it launches me into a several-hours-long rabbit hole. I swear I learn of another celebrity and/or public figure who was involved in a cult each time. But I’m not here to convince you to join a cult today (or ever)—I’m here to share with you the cover and the prologue to Agnes at the End of the World, a new novel by Kelly McWilliams.

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7 Books to Read and Songs to Listen to During Sadboi Hours

Sadboi is defined as a young male who spends most of his time in his feels and often questions what life has in store from them. In other words, it’s…most of my guy friends. The more I talk about it, the more I realize that I might be a sadgirl— but I’m not here for self-realization, I’m here to talk about my favorite squishy sadbois in YA lit in the method I know best: by comparing them to songs. Sadboi hour starts now. Ends never.

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7 Audiobooks That Will Fill Your Ears with Heavenly Sounds

I don’t know about you, but I am an audiobook fiend. I love audiobooks! I listen to them while I do chores or on my commute. Honestly, I kind of wish I had gotten into them earlier. My morning drive to and from school could have been so much more productive! Whether you like to listen to audiobooks regularly or are looking to get into them, here are some of the best audiobooks to fill your ears with amazing sounds.

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Cover Reveal: They Went Left by Monica Hesse

Historical fiction is a genre that’s tough to write because it requires the ability to create a story within another story that’s already been written. Luckily, we have Monica Hesse—she delivers stories that shine a light on parts of history that are underrepresented. We’re happy to have her back with her newest novel They Went Left, to which our friends over at The Young Folks revealed today with an excerpt.

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5 Characters Who Need to Be Cancelled

Often in my favorite books, I have a healthy HATRED for the villains. Whether they’re lunchroom bullies or all-powerful dictators, bad guys are just so much fun to despise. So here is a list of characters that just need to be straight up cancelled, so you can hate them too. Because if there anything more fun than yelling into your book at a fictional person, its yelling into your book at a fictional person with a friend.

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