debradriza:

French MILA!  I have no idea what that tagline says, but it sounds badass..

debradriza:

French MILA! I have no idea what that tagline says, but it sounds badass..

newleafliterary:

This high school in Alabama took their love for DIVERGENT and ran with it. Check out their DIVERGENT-themed yearbook!

#RTW: What Are You Reading?

You all may have noticed that our Road Trip Wednesday feature went on a bit longer of a hiatus than we had anticipated. But it’s back now, and hopefully easier and more fun than ever to participate! Each week’s question will be quick, and you can answer it in comments, on your own blog, on Tumblr, twitter (hashtag #rtw so we see it!), wherever you want.


This week’s question: What are you reading right now?

Some of our answers:

Kaitlin and Kate: Dreams of Gods and Monsters by Laini Taylor
Sarah: Midwinterblood by Marcus Sedgwick
Kristin: The Winner’s Curse by Marie Rutkoski
Sumayyah: Every In Between by Erzebet Yellowboy
Veronica: Rapture Practice by Aaron Hartzler
Kirsten: Flora & Ulysses by Kate DiCamillo
Leila: rereading Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows by JK Rowling
Deb: Champion by Marie Lu 

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amyjustshutup asked: I don't have a question. You are my favorite blog, hands down. I think this all the time and decided, hey, I should tell you that. Anyway, good work and thank you :)

Aw, thanks so much! We’re grateful to have such awesome readers.

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need for divergent muppets

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ifistaymovie:

These are the Entertainment Weekly scans from this week’s issue featuring If I Stay’s first movie still. 

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spazolot:

Yesterday we had our second Google Hangout on Air as part of the #SVYALit Project. Author Carrie Mesrobian (Sex and Violence) moderated our virtual panel which included authors Stephanie Kuehn (Charm & Strange), Rachele Alpine (Canary) and Brendan Kiely (The Gospel of Winter). Below the video is a recap of the conversation with minute indicators should you want to go view a specific part of the video.

This was a great discussion as we talked about how institutional culture - including the church and sports culture - can put the needs of the institution above individuals and the danger that lies in that. They also had some great discussion about the important of friends and allies in breaking the silence surrounding sexual abuse and what we expect of our main characters in terms of likability and decision making.And tucked in here is some great discussion about the gray areas of consent and how we fail to talk to our teens about this.

Watching and listening to this conversation is just fascinating, and brings up such interesting and necessary topics of discussion. 

If you are a YA lover, this is MUST WATCH material.