this-too-too-sullied-flesh asked: you all may be interested to know that at the wondercon panel this past saturday for the maze runner, they showed us a clip from the movie... that isn't in the book. my kids say it was cool and totally works (i have not read it yet). also yes, dylan o'brien is a dreamboat in person.
attn: maze runner fandom!
Think about it this way:
There’s a group of us. We’re either whispering quietly because we don’t want to upset anyone, or we’re just out of your sight so you can’t really hear us. And then, all of a sudden, somehow you hear us or someone leaves the group and tells you or someone voices their frustrations to you. And instead of listening, or providing them a space to boost that voice so people in other rooms will hear them, you walk back to their private room and start shouting. And people in other rooms hear you and they say ‘wow this is so great I’ve never thought of this before’ and they keep passing it on.
But we’ve been having this conversation the entire time.— “I’m Still Here" by Sumayyah Daud
If we were *maybe* *perhaps* *possibly* going to host some “Best of the YA Web” awards, what categories would you want to see?
#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