I’m a sucker for a good list if it involves cats, corgies, animated gifs of celebrities, or FOOD, especially mac and cheese or chocolate. I don’t even want to think about how much time I waste googling lists in cyberspace when I could be doing something exciting like my taxes. But lists of books are never a waste of time, so today I’m sharing some of the best YA bookish lists I found (when I should have been doing my taxes).
- 12 authors share I’d Tell You I Love You, But Then I’d Have to Kill You and other killer YA titles.
- Here are 10 YA Books That Should Be Added to the Required Reading Canon. Even though I kind of hate the word canon and everything it connotes there are some great books on this list.
- It’s sad that we need lists of YA books about sexual assault, but we do. Check out these 2 YA Books To Read On Sexual Assault.
- I wish HALF IN LOVE WITH DEATH, my YA novel inspired by a true crime, was on this list of True Crime Stories for Young Adults. List-envy aside, there are some great dark reading choices here.
- For writers, there are few things more terrifying than when an agent or editor says your work is too quiet, so this warmed my heart: #QuietYA: 9 underrated March YA books to read.