The theme song for the long-running Canadian teen television show “Degrassi” states, “Whatever it takes, I know I can make it through,” and no one seems to understand that better than executive producer Stephen Stohn.
We’ve reviewed Holly Black’s latest novel, and we’re giving you a shot at winning a Queen of Faerie prize pack. Click to find out how you can win a free copy of “The Cruel Prince”!
We’ve embraced the wonder of Medora and we want you to join us! Check out our review of the series and find out how you can win a copy of each of the four books in the series, signed by author Lynette Noni!
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.