Sunday, January 26, 2014

Fantastical Tour!

The Tour: January 26 @ Blogs everywhere: Launching the Tour January 27 @ Mythical Books: Shadowskin by Bethany Cassel January 28 @ Wonderings of One Person: Beyond the Hollow by Kristy Tate January 29 @ I Am a Reader, Not a Writer: Enchanted Fairytales by Cindy C Bennett January 30 @ A Backwards Story: Enchanted & Hero by Alethea Kontis January 31 @ Bookworm Lisa: The Fairytale Keeper: Avenging the Queen by Andrea Cefalo February 1 @ Blogs everywhere: The Grand Finale January 27 @ Mythical Books Shadowskin Cursed with a deadly touch, Pomona never thought she would leave the royal gardens of Norarchland, where she uses her magic over plant life to make the gardens flourish. But when she discovers a magic mirror beneath the roots of an apple tree, she learns a horrifying truth: the life of the beautiful Princess Nevea is in danger, and Pomona is the only one who can save her. Pomona flees with the princess into the dark forest, where she is taken in by the mysterious Selene Magna and her huntress companion, Callisto. They claim that the Tenebrari-short, magical beings responsible for Pomona's curse-are trying to conquer all of the kingdoms of Archland. Even more, Pomona is destined to play an important role in their defeat. The cursed gardener must now embark on a journey far beyond her imagination to stop the Tenebrari, or else she and all those she cares about will be cursed forever. Goodreads * Amazon * Createspace * Barnes & Noble Bethany Cassel lives in a land surrounded by forests and cornfields, and she was lucky enough to grow up in the same house all her life. Falling asleep to the sound of waterfalls and seldom-disturbed quiet provided the perfect environment for her to develop her passion for writing. Inspired by the beautiful landscape around her, Bethany created Archland, a world with deep forests, rolling hills, and fierce winters, home to dozens of fairy tale characters. When she is not writing, Bethany is a voracious reader, known to finish the likes of "Seraphina" by Rachel Hartman in two sittings (it was a great book)! Her favorite writers are, in no particular order, Sir Thomas Malory, J.K. Rowling, John Keats, Victor Hugo, Kendare Blake, Jay Asher, Toni Morrison, and Marissa Meyer. This list is by no means complete. She is about to earn her Bachelor's of Arts in English from SUNY Geneseo and plans to continue her education in literature in graduate school. Besides all things literary, Bethany enjoys archery and bow hunting, drawing, playing piano, and volunteering with ministries in her community. She currently lives in Western New York with four dogs, twenty-ish chickens (she lost count), a lizard, and a couple of frogs. Website * Facebook * Twitter * Pinterest January 28 @ Wonderings of One Person
Beyond the Fortune Teller's Tent (Beyond #1) When Petra Baron goes into the fortuneteller’s tent at a Renaissance fair, she expects to leave with a date to prom. Instead, she walks out into Elizabethan England, where she meets gypsies, a demon dog and a kindred spirit in Emory Ravenswood. Emory must thwart the plans of religious zealots. His mission is dangerous, his enemies are fanatical, and Petra Baron is a complication that Heaven only knows he does not need. Or does he? Although Emory is on Heaven’s errand, he learned long ago that Heaven does not always play fair. As Petra slowly falls for Emory, she wonders if he really is who he seems, or if he is just as lost as she is. How can they have a future while trapped in the past? Or is anything possible Beyond the Fortuneteller’s Tent? Goodreads * Amazon Beyond the Hollow (Beyond #2) Petra Baron and her immortal boyfriend, Emory Ravenswood, are living their happily in modern day Orange County, California, until Dane shows up: a heart-stoppingly handsome man from Petra's past. Petra can't remember Dane, or anything else about her time in Tarrytown, New York two hundred years ago. But Emory does remember, and he knows she's lucky to have forgotten all about Dane and the nightmarish episode in 1810. After Emory disappears, Petra is determined to find him again. Yet she doesn’t know whether Dane can lead her to Emory, or to the nightmare she can’t remember. The one thing she does know is that once upon a time really means two hundred years ago, and that if she wants to find Emory the first place to look is Sleepy Hollow, 1810. With a collection of Washington Irving's writings in her hand, and a prayer that some nine-pin-playing ghosts will give her a drink of the same magic ale they gave Rip Van Winkle, Petra heads into another time-defying adventure. Goodreads * Amazon
Kristy Tate
Kristy studied English literature at Brigham Young University and at BYU's International Center in London. Although a long time resident of Orange County California where she lives with her family, Kristy's heart belongs in her hometown of Arlington, Washington, AKA Rose Arbor--the fictional setting of her popular Rose Arbor series. For updates on Kristy's upcoming novels, please visit her blog at kristystories.blogspot.com and sign up for her newsletter, where discounts and freebies are sure to happen. Website * Goodreads * Facebook * Twitter * Pinterest Other books by Kristy: The Rhyme's Library (2013 Kindle Book Review Awards semi-finalist) Hailey's Comments (an Amazon Breakout Novel quarter-finalist) Stealing Mercy Rescuing Rita A Light in the Christmas CafĂ© Losing Penny January 29 @ I Am a Reader, Not a Writer
Enchanted Fairytales
Enchanted Fairytales is a series of short stories based on beloved fairytales. The stories are written as if the fairytales never existed. are contemporary, some are paranormal, some have elements of fantasy or magic. Beautiful Beast: After a cruel prank, Calli is forced to move into “Monster House” to befriend the beast. Alex is determined to hate Calli, who he believes is there to get a peek at the beast. Calli must convince Alex that she isn’t there to harm him, and that her feelings for him are very real. Red and the Wolf: A sudden increase in the violence and frequency of wolf attacks in the forest surrounding Piera has all of the residents on edge. Ruby, contending with the news that Rafe has come home after leaving her three years earlier, and staving off the advances of his brother Lowell, doesn’t have time to deal with wolves - until she finds herself fighting against a wolf for her life. Snow White: Snow White, sent into the forest to be killed, escapes. She stumbles upon a tiny, magical kingdom called Fableton, where time stands still for its trapped residents. Phillip, blinded centuries ago by a vengeful love, believes Snow is the key to breaking the curse and freeing them all. The Unmasking of Cinderella: Forced into servitude by her wicked stepmother, Amella longs for the simple freedoms her stepsister takes for granted. When she bumps into Char - literally - her world is suddenly turned upside down. Amella begins to believe that she can have a life she previously thought nothing more than a dream with Char by her side. The White Swan: Cursed to live as a swan by day by the jealous Benno von Rothbart, Odette desires nothing more than to tell Victor what’s happened, but can’t out of fear for what Benno might do to him. Victor discovers her secret and together they try to break the curse. But the cost of doing so might just be too much. Goodreads * Amazon * Barnes & Noble * Smashwords * Createspace
Cindy C Bennett is the YA author of several books. She lives in Utah with her two daughters. Both of her sons have married, giving her two more daughters (in-law). She loves gooey cookies, dark chocolate, and cheese popcorn. She hates housework and cooking, and has no plans to become a domestic goddess. She occasionally co-hosts a geek podcast with her son, called Geek Revolution Radio. Her favorite pastime—other than writing—is riding her Harley.
Website * Facebook * Twitter * LinkedIn Other books by Cindy: Rapunzel Untangled, Heart on a Chain, Geek Girl, The Experiment, Whispers of Razari, Immortal Mine, In the Beginning, Reluctance, Watched

Monday, January 20, 2014

Beyond the Hollow


Just hit the publish button on the sequel to Beyond the Fortuneteller's Tent. It should be live soon.

Petra Baron and her immortal boyfriend, Emory Ravenswood, are living their happily ever after in modern day Orange County, California, until Dane shows up: a heart-stoppingly handsome man from Petra's past.  Petra can't remember Dane, or anything else about her time in Tarrytown, New York two hundred years ago. But Emory does remember, and he knows she's lucky to have forgotten all about Dane and the nightmarish episode in 1810.

After Emory disappears, Petra is determined to find him again. Yet she doesn’t know whether Dane can lead her to Emory, or to the nightmare she can’t remember. What she does know is that once upon a time really means two hundred years ago, and that if she wants to find Emory the first place to look is Sleepy Hollow, 1810.

With a collection of Washington Irving's writings in her hand, and a prayer that some nine-pin-playing ghosts will give her a drink of the same magic ale they gave Rip Van Winkle, Petra heads into another time-defying adventure.

Beyond the Hollow is the second book in the Beyond series, following Beyond the Fortuneteller's Tent.

Thursday, January 16, 2014

Be a Tree. Don’t be a Mistletoe.

Mistletoe attaches to and penetrates the branches of a tree or shrub to absorb water and nutrients from a host plant. The host plant is just fine and dandy on its own, but the mistletoe cannot survive without a stronger, sturdier tree.
Be a tree. Don’t be a mistletoe.
I’m really not the high horse riding sort, but in some instances, the high horse and the high road are the only way to travel.
Case in point, if you are going to “deconstruct” a popular author’s work, mimic her cover art and write a how-to book on writing and selling western romance novels, you should, at the very least, acknowledge the “host” author.


What do Nehemiah and Hemingway Have in Common?

Ernest Hemingway had a beautiful house in Key West, Florida. He also had the perfect writing space—a second story above his detached garage with no outside access except for windows. He had a ladder that he would extend from his master bedroom to the room above the garage, and when he was writing he would pull the ladder in so no one could bother him.

 This reminds me the Biblical account of Nehemiah, an Israelite who lived in exile in Babylon and served as cupbearer to the king. One day the king asked Nehemiah why he seemed so sad. Nehemiah replied, “Why should not my countenance be sad, when the city, the place of my fathers’ [graves], lieth waste, and the gates thereof are consumed with fire?”
When the king heard he had pity on Nehemiah, and gave him the authority to return to Jerusalem and rebuild the city. Not everyone liked this plan.
Fearless, Nehemiah pressed on. But as the walls of the city began to rise, so did the opposition. Nehemiah’s enemies threatened, conspired, and ridiculed.
As the work continued, Nehemiah’s enemies became more desperate. Four times they entreated him to leave the safety of the city to meet with them, but Nehemiah didn’t trust them. Each time they approached him, he responded with the same answer: “I am doing a great work, so that I cannot come down.” Nehemiah 6:3
What do Nehemiah and Hemingway have in common? They both knew what was most important, for them, and they refused to be distracted. They weren’t sucked in by social media, they didn’t get embroiled in online debates, and they didn’t grieve over Amazon reviews. I know they didn’t incessantly check their sales numbers. They knew when to pull up the ladder and when to get to work.


Although Hemingway did collect five toed cats. I’m not sure why.

Monday, January 13, 2014

E-book Promotion. Monday Marketing Mania 1-13


As I resolved, this past week I spent one hour a day, five days a week promoting my books. Here's what I accomplished: (Suggestions welcome)

Tuesday
Blog post: THE POWER OF THE TEN MINUTE GOAL
Posted on Facebook, twitter and LinkedIn.
Signed up for a triple blog tour $28 with http://tressaswishfulendings.blogspot.com

Wednesday
Joined these Facebook groups:

Where Writers and Authors Meet

The Unblocked Writers Group

Written a story, what's the next step

BOOK PLACE

Indie Author Book Promotion Page

Listed Stealing Mercy and Hailey Comments to Ebook Soda
Listed Stealing Mercy to the Fussy Librarian

Thursday
Listed all books on Marketing for Romance pinterest boards

Friday
Blog post:  AN AMAZING LIST OF YA BLOG SITES
(you have to see this list)

blog post: STUCK

(live on Monday)

Friday, January 10, 2014

YA Blog Directory. Friday Writer Forum

Five days into my market-for-an-hour-a-day resolution, and I'm finding it easier with every passing day. After my first day, I thought what will I do tomorrow? I'm going to run out of places to market. But that hasn't happened. It seems the more I dig around, the more I find. And once I'm into it, I find it hard to stop after only an hour. Connecting with people I don't know still makes me queasy, but once I changed my attitude--once I focused on offering something, as opposed to asking for something--I found it easier. Not easy, but easier. So, in that spirit, I'm offering a directory of Young Adult blogs. I stole it from a website called YA Book Blog Directory http://yabookblogdirectory.blogspot.com/p/ya-book-blogger-list.html. I wanted to keep it where I knew I could always find it. And now you can too.




21st Century Once Upon a Time's
365 Days of Reading


A


Abibliophobic
Actin' Up with Books
Addicted 2 Novels
Addicted To Novels
Adventures of Cecelia Bedelia
After the Last Page
Aine's Realm
Alice in Readerland 
Alison Can Read
Allure of Books
Almost Grown-up
ALPHA reader
Always YA at Heart 
Amaterasu Reads
Anna Reads
Annie in Wonderland
Annaleese's Book Addiction
Angieville
AnimeGirl's Bookshelf
Ashley Loves Books
Athena's YA Book Reviews
Attic, The
Avery's Book Nook


B

B.A.M. Book Reviews
Backwards Story, A 
Badass Bookie
Banana Pirata
Bart's Bookshelf
Beautiful Madness, A
Beauty and the Armageddon
Becky's Barmy Book Blog 
Becky's Book Reviews
Behind A Million And One Pages
Belle of the Library
Beneath Shining Stars, I Read
Beneath the Moon and Stars
Beneath the Jacket
Best Books Ever, The
Best of YA
Bethany Book Blog
Bewitched Bookworms
Beyond Books
Bibliophile Support Group
Bibliophilic Book Blog, The
biblioteca reviews
Bildungsroman
Bittersweet Enchantment
Black Nailed Reviews 
Blkosiner's Book Blog
Blog About Nothing, A
[Bloggers [[heart]] Books]
Bloody Bookaholic
Blythes & Books: Battling Boredom! 
Book Addict PNR
Book Angel
Book Angel Booktopia 
Book Babe, The
Book Basement, The
Book Briefs
Book Cellar, The
Book Chic- In My Mailbox and More
Book 'Em! The Adventures of a Wannabe Librarian
Book Fairy's Haven, The
Book Harbinger
Book Haven Extraordinaire
Book Heist, The
Book Hookup, The 
Book In My Hand, The
Book Labyrinth
Book Life, The
Book Muncher, The
Book Mystress, The
Book Nerds Across America
Book Pixie, The
Book Rat, The
Book Scout, The
Book Spot, The
Book Swarm, The
Book Twirps
Book Vacation, A
Book Whales YA book reviews 
Book Witch, The
Books 4 Teens
BookBandit, The 
Bookette, The
Bookishandproud
BookLoversParadise
Books are Better Than Ice Cream
Books Are Vital 
Books, College, and Random Things 
Books for Company
Books Glorious Books
Books In Transit 
Books in the Spotlight
Books Like Stars
Books of Amber
Bookscape Report, The
Bookshelves of Doom
Booksmartie 
BooksYALove
Bookworm Blogger
Bookworm8921 
Buried in Books
Burning.x.Impossibly.x.Bright 
The Busy Bibliophile 
But What Are They Eating?


C

Camisado Mind
Cari's Book Blog
Chachic's Book Nook
Challenging the Bookworm Blog
Chapter by Chapter
Charlotte's Library
Charming Chelsey's
Chasing Empty Pavements
Cheap Reader, The
Cheezyfeet Books
Chick Loves Lit
Chicklish
Children's War, The
ChooseYA 
Christi the Teen Librarian
Christina Reads YA 
Cicely Loves Books
Clean Teen Fiction
Colorimetry
Compulsive Reader, The
Concord Carlisle Young Adult Galley
Confessions of a Bibliovore
Confessions of a Book Addict 
Confessions of a Bookaholic
Confessions of a Bookaholic 
Confessions of a Readaholic
Consumed by Books
Cornucopia of Reviews
Courtney Reads
Courtney's Book Nook  
[Cover to Cover]
Cozy Armchair, The 
Cozy Reading Corner, The
Cracking the Cover 
Crazy Bookworm, The
Creativity's Corner
Critiquing Critica, The
Crooked Word, The
crunchings & munchings 
CubicleBlindness Book Reviews
Cuddle With This Book


D

Daisy Chain Book Reviews
Dana's YA Book Pile 
Dark-Readers
Death Books and Tea
Debbie's World of Books
DeLibarie
Diary of a Bookworm, The 
Digesting the Words
DJ's Life in Fiction
Down The Rabbit Hole
Dragons Who Read
Dream of Books, A
Dream Within A Dream, A
Dreaming by Day
Dreaming Of Books


E

Electrifying Reviews
Emilie's Book World
Emily's Reading Room
Empire of Books
Escape Through the Pages
Esther's Ever After
Everlasting Enchantments
Everything to do with Books
Excellent Reads


F

Fable Faerie, The 
Fairytale Nerd, The
Fall Into Books
Falling For Books
Fanatics Book Blog, A
Fans of Fiction
Fantastic Finds 
Fantasy's Ink
Fiction Fascination
Fiction Folio
Fire and Ice
First Novels Club, The
Flipping Bookworm, The
Fluttering Butterflies
Flyleaf Review, The
For Those About to Read... 
Forever Young Adult
Forget-me-not
Fourth Musketeer, The
Fragments Of Life
Frenetic Reader
From a Book Lover
Froze8's Blog


G

Getting Lost in Words
GingerRead Reviews
Girl About Books
girl loves books
Girls In The Stacks.com
Glass of Wine, A
Gobs and Gobs of Books
Goddess Librarian 
Good Book and the Random Movie
Good Addiction, A
GReads!
Green Bean Teen Queen

H

Habermann Press, The

Harley Bear Book Blog
Haunting of Orchid Forsythia, The
Heaven is a Bookstore
Heise Reads & Recommends
Helen's Book Blog
Hey, Teenager of the Year
Hiding Spot, The
Hobbitsies
Holes in My Brain
Hope, Faith & Books
Hope, Love, and Happy Endings 


I


I Blog, You Read
I Heart Books
I Heart YA Books
I Just Wanna Sit Here and Read
I Like These Books
I Read Banned Books
I Read to Relax!
I Swim for Oceans 
I Want to Read That
I Write, I Read, I Review
Ian's Realm and More
IB Teen Blog
Icey Books
I'd So Rather Be Reading
I'm Loving Books - YA Paranormal Book Reviews
Imaginary Reads
In Bed with Books
In Between Writing and Reading
In the Best Worlds
Ink Scratchers
Irish Banana Review, The


J


J'adore Happy Endings
Jagged Edge Reviews 
jennreadsfiction
Jillicious Reading 
Jump Into Books
Juniper Breeze is Blowing In, The
Just a Booklover
Just Bookin' Around
Just One More Chapter
Justin's Book Blog


K


karenschoice-books
Kate's Tales of Books and Bands
Katelyn's Blog 
Katie's Book Blog
Kid Lit Reviews
Kindle and Me 
KindleObsessed
Kindred Dreamheart 


L

Lady Reader's Blog Tours
Lady Reader's Bookstuff
Laina Has Too Much Spare Time
Larkin's Book Bloggers
Last Word, The
Late Bloomer Online
Lauren's Crammed Bookshelf
Le' Grande Codex
Le Vanity Victorienne
LeseLust & LeseLiebe
Letras y Escenas'
Libraries and Young Adults
Library in the Tower, The
Librarykat's World
Libros con alma
Life of Fiction, The 
LindsayWrites
Literary Obsession
Little Book Owl 
Little Bookworm, The
Little Library Muse 
Little Shelf of Heaven, A
Little Squeed
Livin' Life Through Books
LiyanaLand!
Logan E. Turner
Lost in a YA Book 
Love YA Lit
Lovely Getaway, The
Lucid Conspiracy


M


Maestra Amanda's Bookshelf
Magic Attic, The 
Manga Maniac Cafe
Manhattan Reader
Maniacal Bookworm, The 
marie LOVES books
Marjolein's Book Blog
Mary Read A Lot (A Book A Day)
MemoriesOvertakingMe 
Mera's YA Book List
Mermaid Vision Books
Michelle and Leslie's Book Picks
Midnight Bloom Reads
Midnight Fantasies
Midnight Garden, The : YA Books for Adults
Midnight Reads
Mile Long Bookshelf, The
Mimosa Stimulus, The
Mind Reading?
Mindful Musings Book Blog
Mint Tea and A Good Book 
Mirrorcle World
Miss Page-Turner's City of Books
Miss Print
Mission to Read
Mixtures: Books...+
Mod Podge Bookshelf, The
Moirae (the fates)
Moody Teenager, The 
Moonlight Book Reviews
Moonlight Gleam's Bookshelf
Mostly Reading YA
Mountains of Instead, The
Mr. Book Wonder
Mr. Ripleys Enchanted Books
Mrs. Librarian Lady
Mrs.ReaderPants
Ms Book Queen
Much Loved Books
Mug of Moxie 
Muggle-Born
Mundie Moms
Musing of a YA Reader
Must Read Faster
My Head is Full of Books
My Home Away From Home
My Not So Vacant Shelf
My Overstuffed Bookshelf
My Pile Of Books
My Reading Frenzy 
My Summer Girl Books
Myriad of Books, A
Mystical Lit. Lounge


N


Nap. Snack. Read. Three essentials for life.
Narratively Speaking
Nawanda Files
Nick's Book Blog
Niki's Book Reviews
Ninja Librarian
Nobody Knows 
Not Enough Bookshelves
Novel Novice
Novel Society
Novel Sounds
Novel Thoughts
Novels on the Run 


O


Of Wonder and Dreams
Off The Shelf
Oh, For the Love of Books!
On Emily's Bookshelf
On The Nightstand
On The Shelf
Once Upon a Bookcase
Once Upon a Bookshelf
One Librarian's Book Reviews
One More Page
One Reader's Trash is Another Reader's Treasure
Oodles of Books
Overflowing Library, The
Overflowing Shelf
O.W.L., The


P


Page Sage, The
Page Turners
Pages
Pages of Adventure
Pages Unbound
Paging Through Life
Paige-Turner, The
Panda Reads
Paper Cuts
Paperback Princess, The
Paperback Treasures 
Paperbook Princess
Paranormal Book Fan
Paranormal Indulgence
Pass the Chiclets 
Passionate Bookworm, The
Patchwork of Books, A
Pawing Through Books
Perpetual Page-Turner, The
Persnickety Snark
Phantom Paragrapher, The
Pirate Penguin's Reads
Planet Print
Pocket Full of Books, A
Poisoned Rationality
Pop Culture Junkie
Precious, My
Presenting Lenore
Pretty in Fiction
Princess Bookie
Pure Imagination 
Pure Textuality


Q


Queen of Teen Fiction, The
QueerYA
Quinn's Book Nook


R


Radiant Shadows
Rajiv's Reviews
Rambling of a Book Nerd
Random Girl Book Blog
Rants N Scribbles
Re-Shelf, The
Read Between the Lines
Read Now Sleep Later
Read. Watch. Listen
Read. Write. Ramble. 
Readaraptor 
Reader Bee, The
Reader Girls, The
Reader with a Voice
Reader's Adventure, A
Reading A Little Bit Of Everything 
Reading Addict
Reading Angel
Reading Away The Days! 
Reading Between Classes
Reading Date, The
Reading Daydreamer, A
Reading Fever, The
Reading Girl (: , The 
Reading in Color
Reading in the Corner
Reading Rants! Out of the Ordinary Teen Booklist!
Reading Teen
Reading the Best of the Best
Reading Wishes
Reading with ABC
Reading Zombies
Reading@Berkeley High
Readingjunky's Reading Roost
Readings of Benji 
Readventurer, The 
Realm of Fiction
Rebecca-Books
Reed Reads Book Reviews
Refracted Light | Young Adult Book Reviews
Renu @ The Page Turner
Rest Is Still Unwritten, The
Reutreads
Reviewing Shelf
Reviewing What I'm Reading
Reviews News, The 
Rhiannon Hart: Young adult books and writing
Rhiannon Paille
Ringo the Cat's Blog
RJ Does Books
Room With Books, A


S


Safari Poet
Sagacity Quest, The
Sarah@CatchingBooks  
Sarah's Random Musings
Sassymonkey Reads
Scribbler in the Rye, The
See Michelle Read
Serendipity
Shady Glade, The
Shae Carcar
ShhMommysReading
Shiirleyy's Bookshelf 
Shooting Stars Mag
Shut Up! I'm Reading
Simply Books
Singing and Reading in the Rain
SisterSpooky: Book Fangirl
Small Review
Snowdrop Dreams of Books
So Many Books, So Little Time
So Many Books, So Little Time
SonytheBooklover
Sophistikatied Reviews
Soul Sisters
Soul Unsung, A
Spine Chills 
Spirit-Of-Books
Splash of Our Worlds
Squeaky Books
Stacked
Star Shadow
Starchild Review
Steph's Stacks
Stiletto Storytime
Stop, Drop and Read!
Stories and Sweeties 
Story Queen, The
Story Siren, The
Story Slinger
Storybound Girl
Subtle Chronicler, The
Supernatural Snark
Sweet Bookshelf, The
Sweety Readers
Swords for Fighting


T


Tabithas' Book Blog
Tales Compendium, The
Tales of a Ravenous Reader
Tapestry of Words, A
Tantalizing Illusions
Tater's Tall Tails
Tattooed Books
Tay's Bookshelf
Teen Book Guru, The
Teen Bookworm, The
Teens Know Best!
Teens Read?
TeenyReader
That Cover Girl
That Hapa Chick
There's A Book
This Blonde Reads 
ThirstforFiction
Three Rivers Library Teens
Through the Looking Glass
Through the Wardrobe
Ticket to Anywhere
Tina's Book Reviews
Trailing Clouds of Glory
Treasured Tales for Young Adults
Tumbling Books
Turn the Page
Turning the Pages
Tynga's Reviews
Typing Tiara


U


Unabridged Bookshelf
Unconventional Librarian, An
Under the Book Rainbow (YA)
Unearthly Reviews.
Uniquely Moi Books
Urban Fantasy Land


V


Views & Reviews
Violet Hour, The
vvb32 reads
Vy's Blog


W


Watercolor Moods
We Fancy Books
We Heart YA
What Bri Reads
What Mrs. Light is Reading
What YA Reading?
Whatever You Can Still Betray
What's Beyond Forks?
What's Your Story?
whatchYAreadin?
whnbstihwsoft
Willa's Ramblings
Wolf's Den, The
Wondrous Reads
Word for Teens
Words on Paper
Words World and Wings
Words on the Shelf 
World, My
Worn Pages and Dusty Shelves
Write Obsession, The
Writing From the Tub
Writing Wonderland, The
Wyz Reads


X

Xpresso Reads 



Y

YA Between the Lines 
YA Bibliophile
YA Bliss
YA Book Nerd
YA Book Nuts
YA Book Queen
YA Book Reads
YA Book Seasons
YA Book Shelf
YA Book Shelf, The
YA Bookcase on Lake Street, The
YA Booklover Blog
YA Books and More
YA Bound 
YA Crush 
YA Highway
YA Librarian Tales
YA Lit in 100 Words or Less
YA Litwit
Y.A. Love
YA Reads
YA-Sisterhood
YA, YA, YAs, The
YA Yeah Yeah
YAkety YAks 
YAL Book Briefs
You Know What They Say About Book People? 
Young Adult Book Haven
Young Adult Book Reviews
Young Adult Book Reviews by Liz Winn
Young Adult Connection, The 
Young Adult Critic  
Young Adult Literature Lover
Young Adult Novel Reader
Young Readers
You Know You Want to Read It
You're Killing Me

Z

Zoe's Book Reviews