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Site – epicreads.com/blog
New York City, New York, United States
About Site – Epic Reads, brought to you by HarperCollins Publishers, is the largest online community of fans of young adult books! We are a passionate, vibrant community of Book Nerds from around the world who love talking about, sharing and discovering new books. Join the EPICREADS.com community to find the hottest teen books, connect with your favorite YA authors and meet new friends who share your reading interests.
Site – yabookscentral.com/blog
About Site – YABC is your first stop for all things book-related! Founded in 1998 by (now author) Kimberly Pauley as a basic stopover for people looking for information on young adult books, YABC has since evolved into one of the largest professional book recommendation sites targeted towards tween and teen readers. You can read book reviews by our staff or write your own! Join discussions about your favorite books and enter to win more in our monthly giveaways.
Site – foreveryoungadult.com
About Site – A site for YA readers who are a little less Y and a bit more A. FYA is a place where you can let your inner Lady Nerd loose and swoon over fictional characters without shame (while sipping on a cocktail). From book reviews to TV crushes to movie drinking games, it’s basically a non-stop internet slumber party, and you’re totally invited!
Site – candidcover.net
About Site – Canadian YA Book Blogger. Reviews, Author Interviews, Giveaways & Discussion. Learn about young adult books, audiobooks and book-to-movie adaptations through informative and engaging posts.
Site – bookbriefs.net
Florida, United States
About Site – HI. I’m Michelle. I’m a twenty- something new attorney. I love books, dogs, organization, and Florida State Football. Book Briefs is a Young Adult and New Adult Book Review blog, bringing you Young Adult book reviews since 2011
Illinois, United States
About Site – I am Kristi from Confessions of a YA Reader. Reader, reviewer, blogger, gecko breeder, married. I am usually happy to review books, but I cannot guarantee I will read it quickly if you send me something without asking me first. I will do the best I can, but I prefer YA, fantasy, or mystery/thrillers.
Site – readerpants.net
About Site – I started this blog in 2011 simply because I love reading and reviewing books. Initially, all my posts were book reviews and thematic booklists. While I do still write book reviews, I have gradually switched my focus from book reviews to lesson ideas and management tips for librarians and classroom teachers. Professional book reviews are widely available, but there is a huge need for librarians to share ideas with one another.
Site – yabibliophile.com
Wisconsin, United States
About Site – I am passionate about YA literature and read anything and everything I can get my hands on. I enjoy most genres. My top three (in no particular order) are fantasy, contemporary, and historical fiction.YA Bibliophile is a young adult book blog with reviews, guest posts, author interviews and occasional giveaways
Site – itstartsatmidnight.com
About Site – I prefer Young Adult, generally. And before you get sassy, I realize I no longer qualify as ‘young’. But I like it. And I read pretty much any genre, as long as it isn’t too fluffy.
Site – twochicksonbooks.com
Sacramento, California, United States
About Site – Hi this is Jaime and I love to read and share my thoughts on books, TV, movies, and purses lol. I read anything but I mostly read YA books. So I hope you like my reviews and thanks for stopping by.
Site – bookstacked.com
About Site – The ultimate site for YA book news, YA book reviews, and YA book discussion. Bookstacked is your new one-stop source for the latest and greatest in YA books. From book reviews to news of Fantastic Beasts, Red Queen, and Shadowhunters, Bookstacked is the BEST site for YA book news.
Fairview, Utah, United States
About Site – I liked the theme of Rockin’ Book Reviews because reading really does rock. Reading can take one places where one has never been- both imaginary and real. Through reading, one can experience life through other’s eyes.
Site – goodbooksandgoodwine.com
About Site – I’m a Book Blogger, wine appreciator, YAvangelist, 30. We prefer to review young adult and middle grade books of all genres. In addition, we review romance, comic books, adult fiction and fantasy.
Site – chapter-by-chapter.com
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
About Site – A Mostly Young Adult Book Review Blog, You’ll find reviews on different YA, MG, and some Adult novels. The reviews will generally be in two perspectives; one adult and one teen.
Site – urbanepics.com
Oregon, United States
About Site – A book designer and PhD student now focused on writing Urban Fantasy books, young adult novels and DYSTOPIA. For the past decade he has been helping indie authors design, publish and promote their books
About Site – We started this site to help authors reach book reviewers, readers, bloggers, and the media. Our goal is to list books available for review and eventually start posting actual book reviews.
Site – richincolor.com
About Site – Rich in Color is dedicated to reading, reviewing, talking about, and otherwise promoting young adult books (fiction and non-fiction) starring or written by people of color or people from First/Native Nations.
Site – happyindulgencebooks.com
About Site – Book review blog from Australia featuring young adult reviews and discussions. I started Happy Indulgence in July 2012 as a way to share my passion with others, and it has expanded into a YA book review blog encompassing a wide range of features and genres. Happy Indulgence captures how we should blissfully enjoy life’s greatest offerings, no matter what it is. Here, we share our love for YA books and all things reading!
Site – thereaderandthechef.com
About Site – I love reading fantasy, paranormal and basically all things YA with a hint of romance, but I also enjoy reading New Adult, Classics and sometimes Adult novels. I strongly believe that books are the perfect companions and all the therapy you need when you want to escape from reality and dive into amazing worlds.
Site – prettylittlememoirs.com
New South Wales, Australia
About Site – Hello, I’m Becca! I’m 21 (so that doesn’t really count as an Adult, right?!). I have been in love with books and reading them since I was really young. Being an Author is my DREAM that I hope to achieve soon! Young Adult books are THE best. Pretty Little Memoirs is a Young Adult Book Blog, reviewing all genres of YA fiction, like talking to a friend or being in your favourite bookstore.
Site – thesassygeek.wordpress.com
About Site – I’m Heather, a 22 year old book blogger and I live in the U.S. The Sassy Book Geek is all about books! It’s for posting my favorite things about books, lists, reviews, talking to others about books. Books, books, books, books, and more books.
Site – thebooksbuzz.com
New York, United States
About Site – Teenage book-loving girl. I started this blog in an effort to escape the clutches of my comfort zone and share my love of reading under the covers. This is mainly a YA book blog.
Site – readingrants.org
Queensbury, New York, United States
About Site – A group of booklists for teens out there who need a good read. I believe that teens can and should read anything that they want to or feel that they are ready for.
Site – loveisnotatriangle.com
About Site – A book blog for people that don’t like triangles of the love variety. I love to read. I read mostly young adult books, but I do not like to limit myself to a specific genre. Besides YA, I most often branch out to classics, popular fiction and memoirs.
Site – passmethatbook.wordpress.com
About Site – Pass Me That Book is devoted to helping authors promote their fantasy, young adult, science fiction, and various other types of novels so that more readers can find them and enjoy them.
Site – theyakitten.net
Florida, United States
About Site – I’m a twenty-four-year-old college graduate with a B.A. in English accompanied by minors in Creative Writing and Gender Studies. YA contemporary novels are my favorites, but I will always have a soft spot for a good YA novel with vampires. YA sci-fi novels and YA dystopians are my least favorite genres to read
Site – yabooknerd.blogspot.com
Norwich, Connecticut, United States
About Site – After spending 11 years as a Young Adult Librarian, I moved libraries and became a Children’s and YA Librarian. I love love love books and talking about reading (which is why I started this blog). My favorite types of books include mysteries, romance, thrillers, and spy books. I adore crafty books, regency romances, and cozy mysteries.
Site – youngadultbookreviews.com
About Site – Young Adult Book Reviews is a Book review site written by a high school librarian. This book review site was started by Megan Andersen, the library media specialist at Dowling Catholic High School in West Des Moines, IA.
About Site – YA Bound has been organizing and hosting Book Tours since May 2011 and has grown and is now also offering complimentary cover reveals, book blitzes, and helping authors find reviewers for their books.
Texas, United States
About Site – When I read a YA book that I KNOW will appeal to teen readers, I make sure and review and blog it. This blog is not about award winning books or books that adults want teens to read. It is about TEEN and tween and sometimes younger readers, and sometimes it’s about technology.
Illinois, United States
About Site – A blog featuring Young Adult Book Reviews written by a high school librarian. I love to read. I read mostly YA, my favorite is historical fiction, but I mix in the occasional adult novel and even some nonfiction.
Site – tween2teenbooks.com
About Site – Isabel is an aspiring author who enjoys reading, writing, and reviewing books. She spends most of her free time either reading the newest YA releases or writing her various YA novels she hopes will one day be published.
Site – books4jessica.wordpress.com
About Site – My name is Jessica and I am a college graduate with a B.A. in Mass Communications. I like watching TV, reading books, and spending time on social media. I hope to one day work in book publishing.
Site – katiesbookblog.com
Colorado, United States
About Site – Katie’s Book Blog is a blog all about young adult books. It has reviews, interviews, giveaways, and so much more. The mission of Katie’s Book Blog is to get the word out about books for young adults and hopefully entice some reluctant readers into checking out a book or two.
About Site – I am a lover of books, running and nature. My favorite genres are fiction, historical fiction, fantasy and graphic novels across all the ages. Occasionally I’ll read thrillers, mysteries, non-fiction and classics as well.
Site – yabookshelf.com
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
About Site – Welcome to YA Book Shelf. When you want honest, independent ya novel reviews, then we hope that you make YABookShelf.com your first stop. In our book commentary, we’ll point out the good and the bad, our likes and dislikes, so you can make an informed decision about your next teen novel purchase.
Site – blueeyebooks.blogspot.com
About Site – Personal blog dedicated to reading. I accept YA, NA, or Adult books (no MG) from every genre except erotica and every publishing experience (be it self-published or published through a publishing house).
About Site – Book reviews & bookish goodness from a Children’s Librarian in Canada. What do I love to read? A lot of different things! Picture books, children’s lit, young adult, contemporary fiction, historical fiction, Canadian lit, mysteries, comic strips, graphic novels, and more.
Site – teacherofya.wordpress.com
Michigan, United States
About Site – I run a book blog that caters to readers of YA literature, and as a teacher help other teachers and readers find books! I’m an avid reader of YA. I do Read and Reviews (RaRs) for NetGalley and other books given to me, as well as books of my choosing.
Site – librarina.wordpress.com
About Site – Chrissie Morrison was a Youth Services [Tween & Teen] Librarian at the East Greenbush Community Library in East Greenbush, NY. Her enthusiasm for YA books and inability/lack of desire to grow up made working with teens a fairly logical choice. She will never stop reading YA fiction and encouraging other people to read.
About Site – I mostly read YA books of all genres, majority fantasy, and a little bit of adult fantasy and thrillers, so I hope my posts and reviews speak to all you bookworms out there.
Site – holedupinabook.blogspot.com
New York City, New York, United States
About Site – I’m Stephanie in NYC who just loves to read. I’m in my mid-20s and while I work on my career during the day, I also live life through books and more books. For this blog, I will mainly focus on reviewing YA novels and on occasion, Adult fiction as well.
Site – paisleypiranha.wordpress.com
About Site – Sharing our latest YA reads and news because we LOVE YA. We’re happy to consider books or movies aimed at a YA audience for review from publishers or authors (including self-published authors).
Site – onceuponabookcase.co.uk
About Site – I’m Jo, a Children’s Bookseller, and I have been book blogging since 2009. Once Upon a Bookcase is my little corner of the internet where I share my love of YA – especially diverse YA, fantasy, some children’s books, and whatever else takes my fancy.
Site – myyanabookobsession.com
About Site – I am a USA Today bestselling author and I write emotionally intense young adult and new adult fiction with swoon-worthy romance, complex characters, and tons of unexpected plot twists and turns that will have you flipping the pages beyond bedtime! I am the author of the international bestselling True Calling, Saven, and Kennedy Boys series.
About Site – We are lovers of books. Friends who have come together to share with others our love of reading into the wee hours of the night. We love to read Adult Contemporary, New & Young Adult, Erotic Romance, Paranormal Romance, and just about anything romance.
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San Francisco, CA
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Easy Steps to Defeating SPAM
For the previous 4 months I have actually been extremely public with my Gmail e-mail address, authorizing up for e-newsletters, utilizing it on kinds, as well as sharing it openly on discussion forums, blog sites, and also conversation boards. Daily, I obtain concerning 20 scrap e-mails. I understand that is tiny, however for somebody that is usage to never ever seeing SPAM in their inbox, it’s a rather little bit.
I did this kind of screening, when prior to with Yahoo! Mail, and also I put in the time to remove all my SPAM (from entering into the inbox). I’ll share my key.
You ought to have 3 e-mail addresses; (@. These 3 e-mail addresses need to represent your public (individual) e-mail address, your company e-mail address, and also your spam catcher). Bear in mind the much less you openly utilize your e-mail address, the much less SPAM you’ll have.
Your public (individual) e-mail address need to be utilized for public relied on resources, such as: on discussion forums, conversation boards which you regular. Your public e-mail address need to be utilized for sign-up kinds (just websites you desire details from). Your public (individual) e-mail address need to be your most frequently utilized e-mail address for fundamental everyday interaction.
Your company e-mail must NOT be a cost-free e-mail address, it needs to be an e-mail address with your business, your internet site, or your service name (instance: @. If you do not have a organisation, firm, or internet site after that make use of a cost-free e-mail address as well as make this your e-mail address for expert functions, such as placing this e-mail on your return to, and so on. Instance: You should not share this e-mail address with the consumer solution personnel of a business, however you need to share this e-mail address with the CEO of the firm.
Several websites have items, programs, or solutions which you desire, however to sign up or to relocate ahead you need to get in an e-mail address (as well as many of the time the e-mail address should be legitimate as well as verified), for that reason you ought to have a spam catcher e-mail address, for non-trusted resources. Utilizing your spam catcher e-mail address you can quickly sign up at any kind of website while utilizing a legitimate e-mail address, which you can log right into and also verify the credibility of the e-mail addresses.
The only e-mail addresses you are fretted concerning getting spam from is your individual e-mail address as well as organisation e-mail address, the spam catcher e-mail address ought to not be an account you log right into daily, you ought to just log right into your spam catcher e-mail address to validate an e-mail. At this factor you should not get any type of spam right into your company e-mail address account, if you complied with the actions over, however if you do after that make certain you utilize the ‘Report Spam’ attribute so you can obstruct future shipment. In your individual e-mail address account you will most likely get spam messages or undesirable mail, if you do after that make certain you utilize the ‘Report Spam’ attribute each time you get an item of undesirable mail, within a couple of months as well as great e-mail address administration (complying with the actions over) you need to never ever or hardly ever see any type of spam coming right into your inbox.
You can merely log right into one account, your individual e-mail address or your service e-mail address as well as simply have the e-mail from the various other sent to the account you log right into many. You can additionally send out e-mail from the account under either your individual or service e-mail address. I make use of Gmail Notify and also understand immediately whenever I get brand-new mail from either my public (individual) or organisation e-mail address.
These 3 e-mail addresses must represent your public (individual) e-mail address, your service e-mail address, as well as your spam catcher). Any type of area you require to enter your e-mail address and also you really feel cynical regarding utilizing your public or organisation e-mail address after that you must enter your spam catcher e-mail.
Several websites have items, programs, or solutions which you desire, yet to sign up or to relocate ahead you should get in an e-mail address (as well as many of the time the e-mail address should be legitimate and also validated), consequently you ought to have a spam catcher e-mail address, for non-trusted resources. Utilizing your spam catcher e-mail address you can quickly sign up at any kind of website while making use of a legitimate e-mail address, which you can log right into and also verify the credibility of the e-mail addresses.
The only e-mail addresses you are stressed regarding obtaining spam from is your individual e-mail address and also organisation e-mail address, the spam catcher e-mail address need to not be an account you log right into daily, you need to just log right into your spam catcher e-mail address to verify an e-mail.
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