A picturesque beachside town and a heavy handful of Tasty Business are the stars of Lillie Vale's new novel, Small Town Hearts.
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In Kevin Panetta and Savanna Ganucheau's graphic novel, romance blooms between two boys who bond over baking.
Finally, a baking show that accurately reflects the average culinary skills of the viewer!
Stephanie Kate Strohm's Love à la Mode is set at a culinary boarding school in Paris. 'NUFF SAID.
Perfect for cozying up with a blanket and a hot cider on a dark night, Katherine Arden’s Small Spaces is a spooky tale of a girl, a cursed farm, and a whole lotta scarecrows.
Jenna Evans Welch's Love and Gelato has EVERYTHING: major swoon, summers in Italy, possibly haunted castles, and duh, food.
Maurene Goo's latest follows one girl's summer of family, friendship, and food trucks.
Two strangers form an unlikely connection via text in Mary H.K. Choi's debut.
A poor boy infiltrates Taipei's high society to take down a corrupt corporation in Cindy Pon's futuristic sci-fi thriller, Want.
Lara Jean Song's story will live on in our hearts, always and forever.
Becky Albertalli is back in this story of a crush-prone heroine with a couple cases of maybe-not-so-unrequited love.
Strange the Dreamer does not disappoint.
Mandy W. went searching for tasty business in Asia. And succeeded. A LOT.
Katrina Leno's latest novel follows a boy and a girl who tend to lose everything, so they decide to find each other.
Ann Redisch Stampler takes "meet cute" to a whole new level with the story of a boy who falls for the girl he's been sent to kill.
18 FYAers, 6 clubs, many bottles of alcohol, and the Chippendales: if only our teenage selves could see us now!
We hereby nominate Jonah Daniels, the male protagonist of When We Collided, for the YA Boy Hall of Fame.
I came, I saw, I...didn't get any books signed. But that's okay, because YALLFest 2015 was a blast!
The only item on the Homo sapiens agenda should be to read Becky Albertalli's hilarious debut.
In which we finally find out what happens after To All the Boys I've Loved Before.
Renée Ahdieh's reimagining of 1001 Nights will have you longing for similarly decadent food and clothing, if not revenge and constant fear of death.
Meet the new Sarah Dessen classic.
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.
All European vacations should have good food, beautiful sights, and hot musicians, like the one in April Lindner's Love, Lucy does.
Why take an ordinary vacation when you can take a Forever Young Adult vacation?
So much weenie confetti. Weenie confetti everywhere.
Get whisked away to New York City by Charlotte Silver's The Summer Invitation.
Leslye Walton's debut novel about a girl with wings is magnificently eccentric and completely absorbing.
In which Mandy W. recounts her literary and culinary adventures in Europe. (OK, it was mostly culinary.)
Stewart Lewis' The Secret Ingredient is an ambitious concoction that could have used a bit more spice.
A review of Katie Williams' enthralling ghost story Absent, in which Mandy draws some eerie parallels to MTV's Awkward. Also: lots of Swayze.
"Chef" Lee takes a break from cooking to demonstrate the FYA method to decorating gingerbread men cookies.
In which Jenny shares her family's secret traditional (Dutch) Christmas Morning Breakfast
On the ninth day of Christmas, what is your British boyfriend going to get you?
In which our heroine, Chelsea Knot, literally shuts the hell up.
Jenny wants everyone in the world to read Lizzie K. Foley's Remarkable.
In Bittersweet, the sweetness of romance is eclipsed by the sweetness of delicious, delicious cupcakes.
A review of Beth Kephart's Small Damages, a book you should read RIGHT NOW. It's about love and loss and living, and there's not a paranormal anything to be found. THANK GOD.
Lisa P. gives you a tantalizing reason to read Josephine Angelini's Dreamless: delicious food pairings!
Posh reviews My Life Next Door by Huntley Fitzpatrick and wants to make like Mr. Rogers and ask Jase Garrett to be her neighbor.
A review of Purity by Jackson Pearce, who probably isn't a fan of chastity belts.
Erin reviews Wentworth Hall, a book for all of you sorely missing your weekly fix of Lady Mary and Branson, the world's worst chauffeur.
Forever Young Adult presents: a review of The Fine Art of Truth or Dare by Melissa Jensen
Forever Young Adult presents a book review of Bloodrose by Andrea Cremer
A LadyNerd's guide to making cream tea.
"Chef" Lee makes Hunger Games-inspired croissants.
Forever Young Adult Presents: A review of Love? Maybe. by Heather Hepler
Learn how a LadyNerd makes a traditional Sunday dinner!
Erin reviews Jackson Pearce's Sweetly, a contemporary reimagining of Hansel and Gretel.
A recap of the October FYA Book Club meetings around the world!
Learn how to throw a TV party befitting of a LadyNerd!
In Maggie Stiefvater's The Scorpio Races, two participants try to win the brutal competition for freedom and family.
A review of Stephanie Perkins' Lola and the Boy Next Door, in which Jenny gushes over Cricket Bell and pies.
A recap of the September FYA Book Club meetings around the world!
Erin hangs out in the kitchen of Tanita Davis' A La Carte.
A review of The Girl of Fire and Thorns by Rae Carson, which shows that even princesses with mysterious belly button gemstones are not immune to regular teenage problems.
A recap of the August FYA Book Club meetings around the world!
Erin books a stay at the hotel Wilfair from Alysia Gray Painter's novel, which has an indoor ferris wheel and a 500 Dip Bar!
Jenny might as well face it, she's addicted to Waking the Witch by Kelley Armstrong.
A review of The Magnolia League by Katie Crouch, starring Erin's most hated main character. (Yes, even worse than ones from SVH or V.C. Andrews' novels.)
A review of Silver Phoenix by Cindy Pon, which earns a DNRIP for the reissue cover and a DNRWH (aka "do not read while hungry").
Part 2 of FYA's escapades at BEA 2011, including the slumber party to end all slumber parties!
A recap of the FYA field trip to BEA 2011, Part 1.
A review of What Happened to Goodbye by Sarah Dessen, in which the nomadic chameleon of a heroine has to figure out who she really is.
Jenny reviews So Much Closer, in which the heroine pulls a Felicity Porter to TEH EXTREME, following the object of her (far, far way) affection to NYC.
Gayle Forman's Where She Went picks up three years after If I Stay, in which absence makes the swoon grow fonder.
A recap of The Vampire Diaries, episode 2x12, "The Descent", with drinking game plus a recipe for the Salvatore Brothers Sandwich.
Posh reviews Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins. Comment dit-on "TERRIBLE COVER" en français?
Nancy Farmer's The House of the Scorpion, set in a dystopian world full of drugs and clones, has Meghan craving tacos and adding to her man-harem.
Meghan has a recipe for spring rolls inspired by May-Lee Chai's Dragon Chica.
May-Lee Chai's Dragon Chica makes Meghan hungry for history (and Chinese food).
Smarty Pants Lizmet offers up a conversion system for FYA's drinking game using CANDY!
Posh reviews Beautiful Creatures by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl, which needs more killer (side characters) and less filler (pages).
A review of the Sarah Dessen classic, The Truth About Forever. Prepare to swoon!
The FYA Book Club meets to discuss Before I Fall (Ch 5-6) by Lauren Oliver.
Meghan discusses the start of the Forever Young Adult Book Club, plus a recipe for strawberry cheesecake cupcakes!
Meghan shares a recipe for croissants. Because croissants are easier to share than Peeta.
Meghan reviews Perchance to Dream, the second installment in Lisa Mantchev's Theatre Illuminata series, with a way to reinvigorate rail travel (hint: PIE TRAIN).
Erin's turn in Round 2 of the Great Peeta vs. Gale Debate: because the best analogies always involve bacon.
Jenny's bookstore attraction to Becca Fitzpatrick's Hush, Hush doesn't translate far beyond the cover.
Find out why Roo rocks in Posh's review of the Ruby Oliver series (Books 1-3) by E. Lockhart.
Discover the national treasure known as Ted Thammasat Tantipinichwong Schneider in Absolutely Maybe by Lisa Yee.