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First Reads Friday: They Both Die at The End by Adam Silvera

This book is no joke. It legitimately broke me. I am certain my DNA has changed from reading  it.  I finished it two weeks ago and it still feels too soon to be able to put into words how it made me feel, but for you, dear readers, I will try.

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February Cover Reveals

Did you think February would let up after a January filled with beautiful covers?  Hardly. Here’s the rundown of all you missed. Get your coffee and your Goodreads ready.

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One To Watch Books: Your Guide to January YA Releases

New Year, New Reads and we’ve got books and books and books to get 2017 off to a great start. Can your 2017 TBR list handle it?!

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How to Geeky Con in 1.5 Hours

YA Travelogues have kept us VERY busy this summer.  In fact, we returned really late on a Sunday night only to realize that Geeky Con started 4 days later.  We determined it may be impossible to spend 3 days at another convention just 4 days after returning from a 5 day convention.

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YA Wednesdays San Diego Comic Con Guide

If you haven’t heard the news already, YA Wednesdays is taking the BIGGEST YA road trip of the year. We’re going to SDCC2016! Follow along with by using our handy-dandy SDCC2016 YA guide. We’ve got everything you need to make sure you don’t miss any of the YA events. And of course, there’s a SPREADSHEET.  Away we go!

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We’re packing our bags and heading to SDCC2016!

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YA Pride Book List

We’ve been planning this post a while with a publication day of today. In light of recent events near in Orlando, we decided it was important to publish this list and to continue to celebrate Pride Month. Because one thing we’ve learned from recent events is that we need empathy and love in large doses.  All the books that made our LGBTQA list are full of that and so very much more.

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