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My Favorite YA Ship – Ashley B.

by Ashley B. (@ashleyburns2017) Sky and Holder were my favorite ship in YA literature when I first read the book, and they continued to be the second, and third time I read HOPELESS. The first time I read HOPELESS I liked the idea of Sky and Holder because of all the cutesie scenes between the two… Continue reading My Favorite YA Ship – Ashley B.

12 Weeks of Contemporary

12 Weeks of Contemporary – Lexa Hillyer

Welcome to 12 Weeks of Contemporary, where we highlight our favorite contemporary authors and their books here on our blog and on Instagram!  Today we have Lexa Hillyer! And the PROOF OF FOREVER ebook is only $1.99! What inspires you about contemporary YA? It’s an area that’s just exploding with incredible talent, a diversity of authentic experiences and… Continue reading 12 Weeks of Contemporary – Lexa Hillyer

Teen Trendsetters

My Favorite YA Ship – Morrisa L.

by Morrisa L. (@morrisareads) Rowaelin – To Whatever End When someone asks me who my favorite ship is in Young Adult books, my answer is immediate: Rowan Whitethorn and Aelin Galathynius from the THRONE OF GLASS series by Sarah J Maas. If you haven’t read this series, I suggest you do. It’s a beautiful story about… Continue reading My Favorite YA Ship – Morrisa L.

12 Weeks of Contemporary

12 Weeks of Contemporary – Shalanda Stanley

Welcome to 12 Weeks of Contemporary, where we highlight our favorite contemporary authors and their books here on our blog and on Instagram!  This time we have Shalanda Stanley, the author of DROWNING IS INEVITABLE! What inspires you about contemporary YA? How brave it is. Contemporary YA tackles such a wide array of real-world topics. There is… Continue reading 12 Weeks of Contemporary – Shalanda Stanley

Teen Trendsetters

My Favorite YA Ship – Zaheerah K.

by Zaheerah K. (@zaheerahkhalik) I’m very picky when it comes to who I ship. Romance is something I don’t usually fall head over heels for in a book. Especially in YA fiction where the romance often overpowers the plot and leaves the story very weak. My favorite is also ever changing so making this post is difficult for me – because… Continue reading My Favorite YA Ship – Zaheerah K.