What was your favorite read of 2017?
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2017 was an embarrassment of (book) riches. Use this list as your last chance to fill up your Christmas wish-list with some amazing reads!
Resident YA dude Brian dishes on his trip to NYCC, where he almost lost his wife (seriously).
Sassy grandmas going to the big dance? That's only the beginning for Brian Katcher's latest, Deacon Locke Went To Prom.
Get the scoop on what we're reading this month!
FYA reveals their most anticipated YA standalone and series starter releases for 2017.
Resident FYA Dude Brian has a new book coming out, and it looks FANTASTIC. (Duh.)
Throw a convention-style party in honour of The Improbable Theory of Ana and Zak, by none other than Brian Katcher! (Y'all may have heard of him?)
Which under-the-radar books should you add to your summer reading list?
What happens when an uptight overachiever and a lovable slacker chase down a tiny genius at a sci-fi convention? Resident FYA dude Brian Katcher will treat you to romance and hilarity in The Improbable Theory of Ana and Zak.
Get the dish on what we're reading this month!
FYA reveals their most anticipated YA standalone and series starter releases for 2015.
Our very own Brian Katcher has released a new novel! And it's every bit as funny as you would expect.
FYA reveals their most anticipated YA standalone and series starter releases for 2014.
FYA resident dude Brian puts on his author cap to talk about writing characters that are -- gasp! -- different than him.
FYA celebrates its 2nd Birthday!
YA author and resident dude Brian Katcher gives a behind-the-scenes tour of ALA 2011!
Erin shares photos and psychoanalyses of readers' bookshelves!
FYA gives mad pants to ALA Youth Media Award winners!
FYA suggests New Years resolutions for YA authors.
Take a look at the yearbook of FYA's freshman year!
A bonus edition of FYA's prom coverage featuring BOYS OMG!
Jenny geeks out over Playing With Matches by Brian Katcher.
An interview with YA author Brian Katcher, where he answers the kind of hard-hitting questions usually reserved for secret locker rendezvous and slumber parties. Plus: MASH!
Jenny reviews Almost Perfect by Brian Katcher, a book so good that it makes her invoke the title of a Patridge Family song.