{TOUR} 3 Reasons To Read… Americanized: Rebel Without a Green Card by Sara Saedi

So many choices, so little time. We help narrow down the must-have books for you to get your ::grabbyhands:: this week. Here are our top 3 reasons you’ve got to read Americanized by Sara Saedi today.


3 Reasons to Read … The Twelve Days of Dash & Lily by Rachel Cohn & David Levithan

So many books come out each week that it makes it hard to decide what to read. We want to make that a little bit easier on you by sharing our favorite releases from the week and telling you our top 3 reasons why we think you’ll love them too! This week our selection is […]


{TOUR} Red: The True Story of Red Riding Hood by Liesl Shurtliff (Review + Giveaway!)

This is a story about overcoming your fears, friendship, and adventure. We can’t wait to see what Liesl comes up with next!


Jennifer Niven’s Favorite Fictional Boyfriends

All the Bright Places author Jennifer Niven gives us her Top 10 Favorite Fictional Boyfriends today!


{Tour} The Peddler’s Road by Matthew Cody (Author This or That + Giveaway)

Welcome to Swoony Boys Podcast! Today is our stop on the The Peddler’s Road Tour hosted by the awesome, Hannah! We’ve got a fun This or That? game with author Matthew Cody and a great giveaway at the bottom of the post! You don’t want to miss any of it! Are you ready? Here we […]


3 Reasons To Read… Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff

So many choices, so little time. We help narrow down the must-have books for you to get your ::grabbyhands:: this week. We’ve got Our top 3 reasons you’ve got to read ILLUMINAE by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff today.


{Tour} 5 to 1 by Holly Bodger (with Review and Giveaway)

Filled with girl power and a powerful message, 5 to 1 by debut author Holly Bodger is a quick read with a fresh spin on dystopian societies that’s unique and unexpected.


{Review} Two Boys Kissing by David Levithan

Two Boys Kissing by David Levithan is a book everyone—man, woman, boy, girl, straight, gay, transgender, intersex and everything in between—should read. It’s a brilliant story about love and acceptance and hope. It’s so powerful it will stay with you long, long after you’ve flipped the last page.