This turn-of-the-20th-century San Francisco lady literally coined the term "sugar daddy," swam naked in her pool, was a patron of Rodin and Dali, and drank martinis by the pitcherful.
Entries tagged: San FranciscoIn the Girls' Bathroom Book Report
Nina LaCour and David Levithan team up for this sweet San Francisco Pride week tale.
Stacey Lee once again brings the tears, friendship, and beautifully-written history in this novel about the 1906 San Francisco earthquake.
18 FYAers, 6 clubs, many bottles of alcohol, and the Chippendales: if only our teenage selves could see us now!
Jenn Bennett brings the steam and the swoon in this San Francisco-set romance between two budding artists.
It's 1,300 miles to San Francisco. We've got a full tank of gas, The Porcupine of Truth, it's dark, and we're wearing sunglasses. Hit it.
We bring you back the best dish from the American Library Association's Annual Conference in San Francisco, from the Printz award panel, YA feedback from actual teens, to, of course, meeting tons of our favorite authors.
For the affianced nerd in your life, may we suggest throwing them the books-and-burlesque-themed party of their (and our) dreams?
Ten people, five FYA chapters, three selfie sticks, two inflatable unicorn horns, and one common goal: to drink cocktails, experience Magic Mike in real life, and enjoy the most epic slumber party ever.
Courtney Alameda’s debut novel Shutter is a delightful read featuring a badass lady, unsanctioned romance … and vicious and disgusting paranormal creatures.
So much weenie confetti. Weenie confetti everywhere.
Dear Friends, the San Francisco FYABC Cover Story retells everyone's fave incest classic from a neglected perspective.
Deviled eggs, prom queens, and Hot Man Slideshows™ -- oh my! That's just business as usual in the San Francisco FYA Book Club.
San Francisco FYABC can’t stop, won’t stop YAngelizing.
In which Jennie preaches the gospel of starting and/or belonging to a Forever Young Adult book club.
Check out the FYA Book Clubs at Catching Fire from coast to coast!
Mandy W. gets drawn into the intrigue and swoon of Malinda Lo's sci-fi thriller, Adaptation.
A review of Stephanie Perkins' Lola and the Boy Next Door, in which Jenny gushes over Cricket Bell and pies.
Megan reviews The Fallen by Celia Thomson, from The Nine Lives of Chloe King series, and includes a cautionary tale of not spaying a cat.
A review of Forgiven by Janet Fox, which earns the dreaded dishonour of a Chad Michael Murray casting call.