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8 YA books featuring diversity that totally nail it

Because everyone should have stories that reach out to them and say, “I see you. You exist. You are valid.”

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Every Breath: A Modern Take on Sherlock Holmes

This fast-paced YA mystery novel moves the Sherlock Holmes story to Australia...

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Chicks Unravel Time

Chicks Unravel Time

Kaite Welsh talks about Chicks Unravel Time, a sharp new anthology of Doctor Who essays written by women for people.

Strange Angels by Lilith St Crow

Strange Angels – Supernatural YA by Lilith St. Crow

Strange Angels is great YA for fans of early Supernatural seasons who want girls and monsters without anyone whisked away …

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I Hunt Killers by Barry Lyga

Barry Lyga's I Hunt Killers is the edgy, dark YA trilogy that Dexter fans been waiting for.

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‘Sinner’ by Maggie Stiefvater

Sinner is a YA paranormal romance for those who wish Keri Author's books had less werewolves and more sexual tension.

Furies Poetry Anthology

Furies Poetry Anthology

Harpies, gorgons and isolated mermaids are finally given a voice. Women and words unite!

Craftivism: Book Review

Craftivism: Book Review

Craftivism collects images, essays and interviews to inspire crafters to make the world a better place.

The Rental Heart by Kirsty Logan

The Rental Heart by Kirsty Logan

Twenty tales of love and loss with clockwork hearts, island circuses, flooded worlds, lustful forest queens and so much more.

Divine secrets of the yaya sisterhood

Divine secrets of the yaya sisterhood

Divine secrets of the YaYa sisterhood - summer book review. Movie reviews, book reviews, video game reviews, music reviews, manga …

Tourniquet

Tourniquet

Kim Lakin-Smith's richly imagined dark fantasy novel Tourniquet turns Nottingham's rock scene into Renegade City, a futuristic gothic haven for …

Shaikh-Down

Shaikh-Down

A sassy American airhostess and a gay British banker (and their boyfriends) help kick-start a Persian Gulf revolution. A ballsy, …

Why I hate the Millenium Trilogy

Why I hate the Millenium Trilogy

So. THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO. There's a reason why journalists call the lead character 'Bonkvist'.

John Green - Nerdfighters

John Green – Nerdfighters

Review of Popco, wild fiction about love, a toy company and sweatshop labour.