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Literary Lovers to Avoid This Valentine's Day

We’re not saying these characters are all bad people. But are they relationship material? Maybe not. Check out their track records when it comes to love. Trust us, you’ll want to steer clear of these types. If you’re dating one, it may be time to reevaluate.

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Great Dates in YA and How to Recreate Them

Is your date a YA book lover? Are you? Either way, you can make your Valentine’s Day extra cute this year by imitating some of your favorite characters. Here’s a game plan for each type of date:

The Picnic Scene from The Fault in Our Stars

Augustus is the king of big gestures, which we realize is complicated and kind of a flaw sometimes, but it does come in handy for Valentine's Day!

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The Greatest Monkeys in Literature

The Year of the Monkey has just begun, which has turned our minds, as usual, to books. Who are our literary mascots for this upcoming year? Luckily for you, we’ve compiled a list. In turns adorable and terrifying, here’s a range of monkey characters for all your themed-reading needs.

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Photo Highlights from The #PPZMovie Screening with Quirk HQ

Quirk HQ celebrated the #PPZmovie with a special hometown screening, and we had a bloody lovely time! Check out our photo highlights reel! 

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February 2016 Book Giveaways

This month, we've got some of our best Spring 2016 titles up for grabs. What do you do when a figurative sandworm knocks all of your parenting plans off course? Geek Parenting can answer that. And what's the best way to out-do your dad with a dad joke? Get him Dad Magazine. And finally, we can't wait for summer so we can put The Jersey Shore Cookbook to good use! 

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Undeniable and Inevitable: The Untold Origins of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

I’ve spent the last seven years answering questions about Pride and Prejudice and Zombies by Jane Austen and Seth Grahame-Smith, so at this point there should be nothing left to say.

But the Hollywood adaptation hits theaters today, and Julie Leung, our social media manager, asked me to write a blog post commemorating the occasion, so here I am.  And as it happens, there is one story about the publication of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies that I’ve never told anyone. 

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