Aurora Lydia Dominguez

Aurora Lydia Dominguez is a journalist, high school teacher and college professor based in Hollywood, Florida. A journalist at heart, she worked for places like The Miami Herald and J-14 Magazine as a reporter and editor before going from the newsroom to the classroom. Aurora's passions include reading a book on Saturday mornings with her cat Luna, time with her husband Seb and pop rock shows. You can email her at

Romance, Fantasy, and Dystopia: Reading Pathways to Ally Condie

Now is a great time to discover the work of Ally Condie, whose hit YA dystopian Matched trilogy celebrates its 10th anniversary this year!

Which Marie Lu Series or Book Should You Pick Up?

Love historical fantasy? More of a gamer? How about superheroes? You've got a reading taste and we've got the Marie Lu books to match them.

6 Creepy Books Featuring Clowns On Center Stage

Beware, coulrophobic readers! These frightening books about clowns may keep you up past your bedtime and keep you far, far from the circus, including Clown in a Cornfield by Adam Cesare.

What I Learned About Maintaining A Book Club And Keeping It Positive

A reader recounts her long journey starting and maintaining a book club, and offers tips learned through the process.

8 Controversial Comics That Will Have You Turning Every Page

Eight of the most controversial comics of all time.

8 Books About Serial Killers That Will Chill You to the Bone

Keep those night lights on! From the bloody to the psychologically creepy, these books about serial killers may just keep you up at night.

10 Ebook Deals For Election Day Retail Therapy

We've rounded up ebook deals for some Election Day escapism and retail therapy, from romance and thrillers to young adult fantasy.

Next Reads for WATCHMEN Fans

These books, comics, and graphic novels put a dystopian twist on the superhero narrative. Fans of WATCHMEN: read these next!

4 YA Books Filled With Epic Bilingual Characters We’d Love to Befriend

These characters can dip in and out of languages like it ain't no thing. Check out these YA books featuring bilingual characters.

Growing Up a Puerto Rican YA Reader

One reader shares her experience growing up a YA reader in Puerto Rican and reflects on the importance of diverse representation in books.