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Happy Valentine’s Day! We Jort You Very Much!

Give that special someone an FYA Valentine's Day card!

Happy Valentine’s Day! We Jort You Very Much!

Happy Valentine's Day! Ok, even if you HATE Valentine's Day ordinarily (and if you do, may I suggest this?), stick with me here. There are loads of awesome ways to celebrate VD (and NO, not that kind of VD. Only Snooki would celebrate that), and you don't even need a partner (again, dirty). You can reread all the swooniest parts of your favorite swoony books, you can take advantage of the awesomely priced set menus at fancy-pants restaurants, you have an excuse to drink champers (haha, like you need one) and if you wait until tomorrow, you can celebrate 1/2-price chocolate day!

But the BEST way to celebrate today is by telling everyone how much you love them with our exclusive FYA valentines, designed by all of us at FYA. Print out a few, hand 'em around and sit back to watch the smooches roll in. No paper doilies needed!

We've put together a cut-out sheet for some elementary-school-style tiny valentines, and also have a bonus normal-sized card for your extra-special bff.

Here are the little valentines, followed by the all-in-one sheet.

The Vampire Diaries from Jenny

The Gemma Doyle Trilogy from Erin

Twilight from Posh

The Princess Diaries from Meghan

Delirium from Posh

Sweethearts from Jenny

Chaos Walking Trilogy from Meghan

Click on the pictures to get the originals for printing!

And the standalone card, the piece de resistance:

The Hunger Games from Meghan and Megan

The front.

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Click here to get a printable version of this card! BONUS: It prints TWO copies on one 8.5x11"/A4 piece of paper, so you can use it to break the ice if you're ever part of a threesome.

Meghan Miller's photo About the Author: Meghan is an erstwhile librarian in exile from Texas and writer for Forever Young Adult. She loves books, cooking and homey things like knitting and vintage cocktails. Although she’s around books all the time, she doesn’t get to read as much as she’d like.