YA Novelist Interviews

Whether you’ve read the books that these novelists have written or not, you’ll love my indepth reporting when you check out each of my YA novelist interviews. Some interviews have a forced or contrived feel to them, but you can rest assured that my one-on-one talks with these writers will be authentic and heart felt. I usually have the authors come back on the interview publication day to answer your questions and comments, so come by often to learn more about these novelists with an eye on the teen audience.


Gena / Finn by Hannah Moskowitz and Kat Helgeson & Interview

Whether you’re part of one or multiple fandoms, whether you write, read, or steer clear of fanfic, you have to give this one a try. Seriously. Moreover, like my fave book by Hannah Moskowitz, Gone, Gone, Gone, there is a big emotional aspect to Gena / Finn. If you want a punch in the feels, then you don’t want to miss this unique, contemporary YA novel. Read more →

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Secrets Blog Tour: Interview with Kelley Armstrong & Giveaway

I can’t believe how lucky I am to be able to interview her for YABookShelf.com, and I’m over the moon that one lucky U.S. or Canadian reader will win the Secrets 7-book box set through my blog. I hope that my questions and Kelley Armstrong’s thoughtful responses will get you excited to check out at least this book if not all of the books in the series. Read more →


Interview with Michelle Levy, Author of Not After Everything

Did you know that September is National Suicide Prevention Month? I did, and when a publicist from JKS Communications asked if I wanted to help promote Michelle Levy‘s novel Not After Everything as part of this national awareness campaign, I didn’t hesitate for a second. I couldn’t hesitate because suicide awareness and prevention are very important issues to me. A select number… Read more →