A much anticipated sequel is this month's YA Read Along

Our next book for the read along? Veronica Roth's Insurgent, book two in her series (check out book one, Divergent).

We'll have a tweet-up/tweet chat Friday, October 19th @ 2 p.m. under the hashtag #IDSReadAlong.

See ya there and happy reading!

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Gone Girl's twisted characters and plot will have you gasping for air

Gone GirlGone Girl
Gillian Flynn
Adult Suspense
Rating: Strong PG-13 for language and some mentions of sex
Coffee Beans: 4.5/5

Publisher’s Summary

Marriage can be a real killer.

Long Lankin is a fantastically chilling read just in time for Halloween

Long LankinLong Lankin
Lindsey Barraclough
Candlewick Press (June 2012)
YA Thirller
Rating: PG-13 (for potentially scary content for some readers)
Coffee Beans: 5/5
Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for this honest review.

I should write a book

If you’re a writer, one response you know you’ll receive when meeting someone who discovers you’re an author is, “I should write a book.”

I’m often tempted to give Hemingway’s response of, “There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed,” but I usually restrain myself with, “If you enjoy rewriting, you can definitely write a book.”