To all the YA adaptations I've loved before: bow down, 'cause this one rules the school.
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#RockBandLiterature was trending on Twitter, so we put a YA twist on it, natch. Grab your thinking caps and play along in the comments!
What was your favorite read of 2017?
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!
Lara Jean Song's story will live on in our hearts, always and forever.
Jenny Han dishes on love triangles, tasty business, and the end of the To All the Boys I've Loved Before series (SOB!).
Throw a (literally and figuratively) sweet party in honour of Jenny Han's beloved series!
Get the scoop on what we're reading this month!
FYA reveals their most anticipated YA sequel and follow-up releases for 2017.
Take a look back at the past year of the FYA Book Club, and find out the fave FYABC pick of 2015!
On the first day of December, FYA gave to you … a calendar!
In which we finally find out what happens after To All the Boys I've Loved Before.
FYA makes like Stephenie Meyer and imagines gender-swapped versions of YA books! (Never let it be said that Twilight isn't a trendsetter.)
#FYAatBEA 2015 was a bookish dream vacation.
FYA reveals their most anticipated YA sequel and follow-up releases for 2015.
In which you pick your favorite reads of 2014!
Check out our favorites reads of the past year!
'Tis the season to swoon your face off with My True Love Gave to Me, the holiday short story collection edited by Stephanie Perkins.
The final book in Jenny Han and Siobhan Vivian's Burn for Burn trilogy is aflame with juicy drama.
... make some shelf space, 'cause Jenny Han's latest novel is joining your ranks.
FYA reveals their most anticipated YA standalone and series starter releases for 2014.
Fire With Fire, the sequel to Jenny Han and Siobhan Vivian's Burn For Burn, really heats things up.
Should authors "fill in the blanks" for the ethnicity of their characters? Do authors who are persons of colour have an obligation to write about minorities? Author Jenny Han's here to give her take.
Posh made the annual pilgrimage to the Holy Land, a.k.a. the Book Expo of America.
A recap of the 2012 Texas Book Festival, featuring superstar YA authors, cocktails and a shizzload of swimfannery
When it comes to backstabbing, the three heroines of Burn For Burn could teach Regina George a thing or two.
A review of The Summer I Turned Pretty by Jenny Han, in which a girl's newfound looks bring all the boys to the (beach house) yard.