Congratulations! Your sleuthing skills have led you to the entry page for Day 18 of MuggleNet’s 25 Days of Giveaways!
Ever wondered what pushed a Disney villain to evildoing? Serena Valentino’s new novel, “Mistress of All Evil”, is a look into the backstory of Maleficent, Sleeping Beauty’s malevolent foe. Check out our review and enter to win a Disney “Villains” prize pack!
We are SO excited to bring you a sneak preview of one of the fall’s most anticipated YA books – “Nyxia” by Scott Reintgen. Read the first chapter AND enter to win an ARC!
“The Sand Warrior” is the first installment of the graphic novel series “5 Worlds”, and if you haven’t already heard how awesome it is, I’m thrilled to be the first to tell you! Plus, enter to WIN your very own copy!
I’m so excited that MuggleNet is part of the official “Strange the Dreamer” blog tour! We’re big fans around here of Laini Taylor’s “Daughter of Smoke and Bone” trilogy, so it is especially exciting to get to share her latest masterpiece with you – and give you the chance to win your very own copy!
When Shawn Hagan is invited by his film school professor to attend a secret meeting, he begins an adventure he never dreamed of.
Way back in the year 2001, the first “Harry Potter” film adaptation had just come out. The fourth book had come out a year earlier, and fans wouldn’t get to read the fifth book until 2003. In the midst of this long wait, fans turned to any novels they could find with a spark of magic. One of the book series I turned to was Jenny Nimmo’s “Charlie Bone” books.
Calling all Grishaverse fans! It’s nearly time for the nail-bitingly anticipated sequel to the #1 New York Times bestselling heist story “Six of Crows”. Join us on the “Crooked Kingdom” blog tour as author Leigh Bardugo shares what she loves about our tour stop character, Nina Zenik. See which moments from “Six of Crows” MuggleNet has picked as our top six things about Nina, and enter the “Crooked Kingdom” blog tour prize giveaway.
Natalie is not like most other girls in her small Kentucky town, and it’s not the fact that she’s adopted and half Native American that sets her apart – it’s that ever since she was a little girl, she’s been visited by an old woman who tells her stories in the night. An old woman whom no one else can see, and no one else believes exists. And that woman, known to Natalie only as “Grandmother” has just told her that she has three months to save “him.” Natalie doesn’t know who Grandmother means, and the old woman disappears before Natalie gets the chance to ask, but the events that are going to change her life have already been set into motion.
This week’s Author Takeover explores the power of an ancient, elemental kind of magic that forms the background to our understanding of magical worlds today. After all, there would be no “Avada Kedavra” without “Abra Kedabra” and no magic words at all without the Djinni of old. Alywn Hamilton, author of the brand new YA novel “Rebel of the Sands”, writes about her journey through “Potter” and how it helped to release the genie of fantasy novels to a new generation of readers.