Tag Archives: Melissa De la Cruz

10 YA Books To Read This February

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February is the shortest month of the year, but it’s arguably one of the most important. One of my favorite things about February is Valentine’s day. It has nothing to do with romantic love, it’s more about the festive feeling attached to it. I love seeing hearts with bright pink and red colors being plastered everywhere. […]

Melissa De La Cruz Signed Three-Film Deal and Upcoming Novels

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Deadline reports, Melissa de la Cruz has signed a three film development and production deal. It’s set to be a TV project to be broadcast on Christmas 2017. The first film titled ‘Angel Falls’ will star Witches of East End’s Rachel Boston while Bradley Walsh is attached to direct. They’re aiming it for a potential series. The story follows, […]

Our 12 Most Anticipated Books of November

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Happy month of November to our readers! We at Hollywood News Source compiled some of our most anticipated titles for this month. There are stories about witches, elusive time, swoony contemporaries, mystery thrillers, and more. You can see it all below. The Sun Is Also a Star by Nicola Yoon Natasha: I’m a girl who believes in science […]

Five Reasons You Need to Read Something in Between by Melissa de la Cruz

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Something in Between is Melissa de la Cruz‘s comeback to YA contemporary genre. It came out last week. You can now buy it wherever books are sold. The story tackles the American dream of a teenager named Jasmine de los Santos. If you haven’t got the time to pick it up, Hollywood News Source listed five reasons why you should remedy […]

HNS Book Review: Something in Between by Melissa de la Cruz

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Title: Something in Between Author: Melissa de la Cruz Genre: Young Adult, Romance Pages: 384 Year:  2016 Publisher: Harlequin Teen Source: Provided by publisher Amazon l B & N  l Book Depository l Goodreads Synopsis: It feels like there’s no ground beneath me, like everything I’ve ever done has been a lie. Like I’m breaking apart, shattering. […]

8 YA Politics Books for Independence Day

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It’s relatively easy to get lost in the politics section of YA. This genre is slowly growing. The books are very few, but they exist. I fell in love with the fancy international escapades, conspiracies that expand from the United States across the globe, the White house drama, seeing the daughters and the sons of prominent politician […]