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June 21, 2017

Cover Reveal: WE ALL FALL DOWN by Natalie D. Richards

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Last year, Natalie D. Richards released ONE WAS LAST, a psychological thriller about a group of teens who get lost in the woods after a flash flood interrupts their senior field trip. Now, Richards is back and better than ever with WE ALL FALL DOWN. In her follow-up novel, teens Theo and Paige want to tell the other how they truly feel. When a fight breaks out at a riverbank party, however, neither of their nights go according to plan. Here at Teenreads.com, we have the exclusive cover reveal for WE ALL FALL DOWN, along with an introductory statement from Natalie herself. Be the first to see what Richards has ready for her readers next!
Kristen Simmons is the author of several bestselling YA books including the Article 5 series, set in a dystopian world ruled by morals rather than ethics; THE GLASS ARROW, a stand-alone high fantasy novel where women are endangered; and, most recently, METALTOWN, a steampunk novel where factories rule. One common theme throughout all of Kristen's books is a dystopian, controlling government, much like the one presented in Margaret Atwood's highly acclaimed THE HANDMAID'S TALE. In light of THE HANDMAID'S TALE's successful adaptation, we are sharing an amazing Q&A with Kristen discussing the dystopian genre and its influence on her novel, THE GLASS ARROW. 
Hi, my name is Rachel A. and I read clean fiction. Unfortunately, there are an abundance of misconceptions, misunderstandings and inaccurate stereotypes surrounding clean fiction readers. More often than not, people think we are religious zealots, prudes or ridiculously sheltered. This is simply untrue. Today I hope to shed some light on the subject and answer some common questions.
If you're a young adult booklover, you're probably already familiar with BookCon, the event where storytelling and pop culture collide. At BookCon, readers of all ages can interact with the authors, publishers, celebrities and creators of content that influence everything we read, hear and see. With interactive panels, autographing sessions, storytelling podcasts, special screenings, literary quiz shows and so, so much more, BookCon is the ultimate place to celebrate books. This year, Teenreads was on the scene with a group of nine interns, Teen Board members and reviewers. In this post, our team shares some photos they took of the decorations, authors and books they saw at this year's BookCon. Click here to read a more in-depth post about their experiences, favorite parts and book hauls.
If you're a young adult booklover, you're probably already familiar with BookCon, the event where storytelling and pop culture collide. At BookCon, readers of all ages can interact with the authors, publishers, celebrities and creators of content that influence everything we read, hear and see. With interactive panels, autographing sessions, storytelling podcasts, special screenings, literary quiz shows and so, so much more, BookCon is the ultimate place to celebrate books. This year, Teenreads was on the scene with a group of nine interns, Teen Board members and reviewers and we have the full scoop for you below!
Every year, publishing professionals from all over the world meet up at BookExpo America, the largest annual book trade fair in the United States. Attended not only by publishers, but by authors, librarians and buyers for book retailers as well, BookExpo is the number one place to learn about upcoming releases and trends. This year, Teenreads was on the scene to report back on all of the big hits and trends by attending panels, signings and giveaways. In this post, our team shares some photos they took of the decorations, authors and books they saw at this year's BookExpo. Click here to read a more in-depth post about their experiences, favorite parts and book hauls.
Every year, publishing professionals from all over the world meet up at BookExpo America, the largest annual book trade fair in the United States. Attended not only by publishers, but authors, librarians and buyers for book retailers as well, BookExpo is the number one place to learn about upcoming releases and trends. This year, Teenreads was on the scene to report back on all of the big hits and trends by attending panels, signings and giveaways. In this post, our team shares details about their experiences at BookExpo and what they learned over the course of the event.  
On Friday, June 2nd, Teenreads Editorial Coordinator Rebecca Munro had the pleasure of interviewing the authors who wrote the 2017 BookExpo Young Adult Buzz books. Below are descriptions of the books, which are sure to get lots of attention when they are published.
When you're a writer, especially in the young adult world, it's very important to consider your audience. But what happens if you focus on your readers too much, and not enough on the story trying desperately to work its way out of you? Although author Victoria Scott has written several novels in several different genres, she recently decided it was time to write what she wanted. When she stopped trying to please her readers, the voice of a second personality living inside of a damaged teenage girl spoke to her, and VIOLET GRENADE was born. Read this post to see her very convincing argument for writing the book of your heart.
In OTHER BREAKABLE THINGS, a new young adult title from wife and wife writing duo Kelley York and Rowan Altwood, teenage Luc Argent is ready to end his life after learning that his heart transplant is failing. Sick of hospitals and transplants, Luc decides to head to Oregon, where death with dignity is legal. But his best friend, Evelyn, is not giving up so easily. Determined to change his mind and slowly falling for him, Evelyn will do whatever it takes to change Luc's mind. In this post, author Kelley York expands upon Evelyn's character arc, and shows readers how she finally makes her voice heard.