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Maggie Stiefvater's The Raven Boys Roped Us In!

By Swapna KrishnaOctober 18, 2012

Guess how this book starts? Did you guess "with a young woman who's not your average teenage girl?" Then you win a...More  →

Maggie Stiefvater's The Raven Boys Roped Us In!

7 Awesome Female Writers Who Are Breaking the Mold

By Beth MishlerOctober 1, 2012

Hey, Masterminds—we have a challenge for you: Can you name five female comic book writers? What about five ladies who write for...More  →

7 Awesome Female Writers Who Are Breaking the Mold

Melissa Marr's "Carnival of Souls" Cast a Spell On Us!

By Swapna KrishnaSeptember 24, 2012

Melissa Marr, best known for her Wicked Lovely series, is back with another YA urban fantasy series, and it’s definitely one to...More  →

Melissa Marr's "Carnival of Souls" Cast a Spell On Us!

BOOK REVIEW: Origin by Jessica Khoury

By Swapna KrishnaSeptember 13, 2012

Pia is a sixteen-year-old girl who lives in a secret laboratory compound in the Amazon rainforest. She’s never been outside the electrified...More  →

BOOK REVIEW: Origin by Jessica Khoury

The Maze Runner Is Going To Be a Movie!

By Swapna KrishnaSeptember 11, 2012

Movie news always makes us Mindhutters happy, so when we heard that James Dashner's The Maze Runner was being turned into a...More  →

The Maze Runner Is Going To Be a Movie!

One Sparkler Asks "Why Would People Read Fantasy Books?" What's Your Take?

By Jeremy BlachmanSeptember 7, 2012

Last week, commenter AnaBananaSparkler left a comment on our Amanda Hocking book review: Why would people read fantasy books? They seem like they...More  →

One Sparkler Asks "Why Would People Read Fantasy Books?" What's Your Take?

BOOK REVIEW: Wake by Amanda Hocking

By Swapna KrishnaAugust 24, 2012

So… there are these girls—Penn, Thea, and Lexi. These gorgeous, almost otherworldly girls that are randomly in this little seaside town for...More  →

BOOK REVIEW: Wake by Amanda Hocking

BOOK REVIEW: Insurgent by Veronica Roth

By Swapna KrishnaMay 16, 2012

It’s the distant future, and the world we know and love? It’s gone. What’s left of American civilization is centered in the...More  →

BOOK REVIEW: Insurgent by Veronica Roth