New Year Bingo Wrap Up

New Year Bingo Wrap Up

March 31, 2015 Bekka, bookish bingo 1

It’s that time again! We’re wrapping up the New Year Bookish Bingo card. Since this was my favorite card so far, it was also my most successful. Now, I didn’t get full coverage like a lot of you overachievers, but I did do pretty well! Forgotten Fridays Pick – Paper Valentine by Brenna Yovanoff Start a Series – Croak by Gina Damico 2015 Debut – The Storyspinner by Becky Wallace more »

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Top Ten Tuesday: New To Our TBR

Top Ten Tuesday: New To Our TBR

March 31, 2015 Bekka, Lyn, Top Ten Tuesday 4

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish This week’s topic: Newly Added to Our TBR I know lots of people are constantly trying to whittle down their TBR, but I’m not one of them. I add new books freely, without any kind of restraint really. As soon as I see a new cover reveal or an announcement on Publisher’s Weekly, I run straight to Goodreads to more »

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The Boys of YA Part 2: Realistic & Nonfiction

The Boys of YA Part 2: Realistic & Nonfiction

March 30, 2015 Bekka, Imaginative Discussions 3

Last week, I shared with you an enormous list of YA books featuring male main characters. I covered historical fiction, fantasy, science fiction, paranormal, and horror. And now I’m back to give a loot at contemporary books and nonfiction/memoirs written about teen boys. This post is going to be lengthy and picture heavy, so let’s just get into it. Nonfiction & Memoirs Contemporary Now, this list isn’t meant to be more »

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Taking a Look at The Program and The Treatment

Taking a Look at The Program and The Treatment

March 29, 2015 Bekka, book review, Imaginative Discussions 4

One of my favorite reads from 2013 (and honestly, probably ever) was The Program by Suzanne Young. I was basically over dystopian YA at that point (still am – more on that later) but I picked this up anyway because it played on one of my biggest fears. It’s terrifying to think that you don’t have control over yourself at all. The Program forces teenagers into this rehabilitation program to more »

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Nest n’ News: March Wrap Up

Nest n’ News: March Wrap Up

March 28, 2015 Bekka, Kara, Lyn, Nest n' News, Pixie 3

Nest n’ News is a new feature here at Great Imaginations. Instead of doing weekly Stacking the Shelves posts, we’re going to be doing a monthly wrap-up on the last Saturday of every month. This will open up the weekends for more posts from us, and is also another way to bring the four of us together in one post – which is one of our favorite parts of co-blogging! more »

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Forgotten Fridays: Saving Francesca

Forgotten Fridays: Saving Francesca

March 27, 2015 Bekka, book review, forgotten fridays, Lyn, Pixie 0

Forgotten Fridays is a monthly feature here where the four of us get together to read an older book and discuss it. There are sometimes spoilers, but we always try our best to avoid them.   Bekka: You and I together again for another Marchetta novel! I’m so glad I picked this one. I’ve been wanting to read more of her contemporary since we read Jellicoe Road last summer. Lyn: more »

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