Posts tagged strange the dreamer
Answer random questions, and we'll tell you which fantasy world you should escape to

We're readers and dreamers, so don't lie: we've ALL fantasized about setting our current life on fire and jumping into a fictional world Brigadoon-style till the end of time. We can't build a portal for you, but we can create a portal in your MIND (i.e. your imagination). Answer a set a random questions, and we'll tell you which fictional YA world you should escape to.

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Swipe Left or Right on These Characters, and We'll Guess Your Relationship Status

YA book babes are better than real babes. Swipe left or right on these YA characters, and we'll guess your romantic relationship status! We are 100% psychic and can definitely predict this using the power of bOOks.

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The October NOVLbox, curated by Kristen (@myfriendsarefiction) and Bridget (@darkfaerietales_)!

It’s spooky season, witches, which means I get to dig up all my Halloween puns to haunt you all forever. But you know what they say: go big or gourd home. This month, I’m over the moon to announce that Kristen and Bridget from Storygram Tours are the curators for the October NOVLbox!

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12 Cliffhangers, Ranked from a Little Frustrating to Me Ripping My Hair Out

SPOILER ALERT: okay, so I’m going to try to be as non-spoilery as I can be, but even just telling you the end of the book is cliffhanger might justify as a spoiler in and of itself. So read with caution!

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The Signs as Book Covers

Some may say I graduated college with a degree in both English and astrology (note: I definitely did not), so that makes me qualified to write this post on books and zodiac signs. There is a lot to learn in the world of astrology, and here at NOVL HQ, we are fully aboard this train. (If anyone is wondering: I’m a Virgo, Val is a Scorpio, Morgan is an Aquarius, Bill is a Sagittarius, Nat is a Capricorn, and Savannah is a Leo. It all checks out.)

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At least 12 Characters We'd Hate to Get in a Fight With

Let’s be real here—there are some seriously scary (and badass) characters in YA lit where we’d have NO chance fighting whatsoever. I’d wave my white flag before it even starts. But this doesn’t stop us from appreciating their strength and resilience.

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