Stefani Sloma

Teen Wolf: Season 4, Episode 1 – “The Dark Moon

Teen Wolf: Season 4, Episode 1 – “The Dark Moon

Season Four of MTV’s Teen Wolf premiered with “The Dark Moon” on Monday! It was an incredible episode, so I’ll be recapping it and reviewing it. FAIR WARNING: As it’s a full episode recap, there will be spoilers! If you haven’t watch the episode yet, it will give things away you might not want to […]

 Stefani Sloma

Teen Wolf: Season 3.2 recap – Alpha powers, trickster spirits and Nogitsune

Teen Wolf: Season 3.2 recap – Alpha powers, trickster spirits and Nogitsune

Season Four of MTV’s Teen Wolf premieres Monday, June 23 at 10/9c! I’ve already recapped Season One and Season Two. Season Three will be broken up into two parts, 3.1 and 3.2, just as the actual season was aired. Part One is HERE. FAIR WARNING: There will be spoilers. I repeat, THERE WILL BE SPOILERS. As a […]

 Stefani Sloma

Teen Wolf: Season 3.1 recap – Alpha packs and Werewolf Sex

Teen Wolf: Season 3.1 recap – Alpha packs and Werewolf Sex

Season Four of MTV’s Teen Wolf premieres Monday, June 23 at 10/9c! I’ve already recapped Season One and Season Two. Season Three will be broken up into two parts, 3.1 and 3.2, just as the actual season was aired. Also, there’s 24 episodes, and there’s no way I could fit everything that happened in one post. FAIR […]

 Stefani Sloma

Teen Wolf: Season Two Recap

Teen Wolf: Season Two Recap

Season Four of MTV’s Teen Wolf premieres Monday, June 23 at 10/9c! I recapped Season One HERE. This recap may contain spoilers, beware.     Teen Wolf Season One ended with Lydia in the hospital after being attacked by Peter. We aren’t sure what is wrong with her, but after a disturbing hallucination (which includes […]

 Stefani Sloma

Teen Wolf: Season 1 Recap

Teen Wolf: Season 1 Recap

Season Four of MTV’s Teen Wolf premieres Monday, June 23 at 10/9c! I’ll be recapping the first three season here on WatchPlayRead over the next three days for anyone who hasn’t watched it and as a refresher for those who do. Okay, I’m mostly recapping it because I’M FREAKING OUT and I need other people […]

 Stefani Sloma

Revisited: John Dies at the End by David Wong

Revisited: John Dies at the End by David Wong

We here at WatchPlayRead have been talking about starting a feature in which we revisit books that we have read and loved. Honestly, the first book that came to mind for me was John Dies at the End by David Wong. It’s not a classic, nor is it really what some would call “literary genius,” […]

 Stefani Sloma

ARC Review: The Revealed by Jessica Hickam

ARC Review: The Revealed by Jessica Hickam

Take a dystopian novel then add in what are essentially X-Men mutants, and you’ve basically got The Revealed. THE REVEALEDAUTHOR: Jessica HickamPUBLISHER: SparkPressRELEASE DATE: June 17, 2014GENRE: Dystopian, Sci-fiLENGTH: 314 pages Don’t miss out! Pre-order your copy of  The Revealed now. I was both really surprised and really impressed with Hickam’s debut novel. I requested this book on NetGalley because […]

 Stefani Sloma

Book Review: The Museum of Intangible Things

Book Review: The Museum of Intangible Things

Fair warning: This is not your typical YA road trip novel. I don’t want you to expect it to be something it’s not. I’m glad that I knew that The Museum of Intangible Things dealt A LOT with mental illness before I started, because it wasn’t what I expected from the cover and blurb, and […]

 Stefani Sloma

Successful Kickstarter Campaign Means the Return of Reading Rainbow

Successful Kickstarter Campaign Means the Return of Reading Rainbow

Did you guys know that one in four kids in the US will grow up illiterate? I didn’t, but LeVar Burton sure does. The well-known host of Reading Rainbow has not given up on these children and the show’s mission to promote reading and literacy in kids everywhere. In 2012, Reading Rainbow launched its iPad […]

 Stefani Sloma

7 Books to Read Before They Hit the Big Screen

7 Books to Read Before They Hit the Big Screen

This summer is going to see a WHOLE bunch of book to movie adaptations. If you’re a bibliophile like me, having one of your most loved books adapted for the big screen is one of your favorite things (or least favorite depending on the adaptation).   I like to read the book, if I haven’t […]

 Stefani Sloma

Revisiting John Green’s Novel The Fault in Our Stars

Revisiting John Green’s Novel The Fault in Our Stars

With the upcoming release of The Fault in Our Stars movie starring Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort, I think we should have a little revisit of the 2012 novel it’s based on. You know, to refresh readers and prepare them for the ugly crying they’ll be doing in the theater. I mean, I teared up […]

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