Read It: The Dead Girls of Hysteria Hall by Katie Alender

Genres: YA, Horror, Paranormal, Ghost Story, Mystery, Fantasy Synopsis: After learning that she inherited her great-aunt’s old house, Delia Piven visits the old building with her parents and younger sister to clean it up in preparation for selling. Delia quickly learns that the house used to be a mental institution and holds more secrets than

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Movies to Look Forward to This Fall

The Hate U Give (October 19) After witnessing the fatal shooting of her childhood best friend by a police officer, Starr faces pressure from everyone in the community and learns to stand up for what’s right while finding her voice. Bohemian Rhapsody (October 24) A biopic of Queen’s years leading up to the Live Aid

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New Music Monday: The Amity Affliction “Ivy (Doomsday)”

Australian band The Amity Affliction is getting ready to release a new album in August. Here’s the lead single from the upcoming album. (Content Warning: graphic violence, strong language, and themes of sexual assault). Currently, the band is performing at the Van’s Warped Tour. I’m looking forward to seeing them on July 17 when the

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Happy Canada Day!

It’s that time of year again, where the majority of Canadians celebrate our country. If you’re one of those who celebrate, I wish you a happy Canada Day. May your day be full of fun, laughter, good vibes, and great food. Go out and enjoy the fireworks or stay at home and relax.

Friday Playlist: Prom 2008

It’s prom season right now and seeing all the posts from my friends with high school-aged kids on top of plenty of Buzzfeed articles makes me a little nostalgic for my own prom. It wasn’t even overly memorable — a reasonably drama-free night with some pretty cool friends — but there’s something about hitting that

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