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I only really started to read Young Adult Fiction when I started blogging. I did read Twilight in 2008 but was a little embarrassed that I had bought and was reading a ‘children’s’ book – I didn’t have a clue there was a completely separate category of Young Adult Fiction. Now of course I know better and since then have been reading more and more. I’ve wanted to host an event dedicated to young adult fiction…

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This week on Book Chick City… Tomorrow begins ‘ 10 Fun Days of Young Adult Fiction ‘!! I have lots planned and I can’t wait… but f irst, I have THREE winners to announce for my Piatkus Giveaway!!!! And the winners are… Dot S Melissa S Claire D (Did not come forward to claim prize so re-drew) New winner: CG S (Did not come forward to claim prize so re-drew) New Winner: Hasna S Congratulations!! You all win the…

Title: Bright Young Things Author: Anna Godbersen Publisher: Puffin (UK) | Harper Collins (US) Publication Date: Jan 2011 (UK) | Oct 2010 (US) Ebook: 389 Pages Genre: Historical Young Adult Source: Own Copy Guest Review by Jo RATING: 8/10 – Very good, would definitely recommend GOODREADS SUMMARY: The year is 1929. New York is ruled by the Bright Young Things: flappers and socialites seeking thrills and chasing dreams in the anything-goes…

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Hi everyone! As you know, BCC is mainly an adult review blog, but every now and then we read and enjoy young adult fiction. Last year saw the first YA event here on BCC, and as it was such a great success I thought I would do the same again this year! I have lots of great guests, giveaways and reviews planned…I hope you enjoy Guests Lauren Oliver (Delirium) Sophie Jordan (Firelight) Jon Meyhew (Mortlock) Michelle Harrison (13 Treasures) S…

Hello all – hope you’re having a great weekend! This week begins my 21 Days of Young Adult Fiction (YA-11) event! There’s lots of great reviews coming up this week as well as a fab interview with ‘Delirium‘ author, Lauren Oliver. Enjoy! This Week on Book Chick City Jo will kick things off later today with a review of ‘The Forbidden Game‘ trilogy by L. J. Smith. On Monday Laura will be reviewing ‘D…

Hi all – hope you had a great weekend! This week my 21 Days of Young Adult Fiction (YA-11) event continues. There’s lots of reviews coming up this week as well as a fab ‘Where Stories Are Made‘ post by ‘Firelight‘ author, Sophie Jordan. Enjoy! This Week on Book Chick City On Monday Laura will be reviewing ‘The Fallen & Leviathan‘ by Thomas E. Sniegoski, then later in the day Jo will be reviewi…

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What age range is YA?

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…YA? After having read Kresley Cole’s Poison Princess, I found myself totally confused regarding the whole young adult (YA) genre, and really struggled when it came to reviewing it. I started talking to a few of the girls about it (aka fellow reviewers), and found out some interesting information, which made things even harder if I am honest. You see, the issue I was having was at what point (age) do you become a young adult? What age are YA…

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