TEEN-FICTION

The Signs as Teen Fiction Novels

Aries: The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton

Taurus: The Princess Diaries series by Meg Cabot

Gemini: the Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling

Cancer: The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

Leo: the Uglies series by Scott Westerfield

Virgo: The Truth About Forever by Sarah Dessen

Libra: the Matched trilogy by Ally Condie

Scorpio: The Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins

Sagittarius: the Percy Jackson series by Rick Riordan

Capricorn: The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Steven Chbosky

Aquarius: the Divergent series by Veronica Roth

Pisces: Stargirl by Jerry Spinelli

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When actor Nathan Atkins insults actress Payton Keyes over the internet he doesn’t seem to think about the possible consequences. But unfortunately their agent finds out about it the next day and is everything but amused. Both of them are called into her office where she tells them about the consequences. She forces Nathan and Payton to “fake date”, to clear up the rumors of them being enemies. Both of them hesitate on signing the contract at first but their agent has some pretty good arguments. Will they handle to hide that they are only faking the relationship? Or will the public find out? And what will happen when the two of them suddenly have to spend much more time together?

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Yesterday’s view: I’ve started my first ever YA/NA fantasy read (thanks to Vilma’s Book Blog!) and am LOVING it!

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7 Reasons You Should Totally Drop Everything and Read "Untouchable" by S. A. Starcevic

“I want to read about a budding teen romance between two males depicted as standard and mainstream in YA fiction-”

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“I want to read about a badass non-binary character with correct gender pronouns recognised in YA fiction-”

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“I want to read about kick-ass black and Hispanic characters who are more than just caricatures in YA fiction-”

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“I want to read about explosive fight scenes and high-stakes action in YA fiction-”

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“I want to read about addiction and parental loss in YA fiction-”

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“I want to read YA fiction by a native Tumblr author-”

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“Superheroes!”

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UNTOUCHABLE is available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, iTunes, All Romance eBooks, Kobo, BookStrand and Smashwords! Seriously. Don’t miss out.

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Weekly YA Spotlight: A selection of the most anticipated new YA novels released this week (14/09 - 20/09)

I’ll Give You the Sun by Jandy Nelson ✤ Sept 16th

The Infinite Sea (The 5th Wave #2) by Rick Yancey ✤ Sept 16th

Echoes of Us (The Hybrid Chronicles #3) by Kat Zhang ✤ Sept 16th

Day 21 (The 100 #2) by Kass Morgan ✤ Sept 16th

Blackbird (The Blackbird Duology #1) by Anna Carey ✤ Sept 16th

Ashes to Ashes (Burn for Burn #3) by Jenny Han & Siobhan Vivian ✤ Sept 16th

Check out the rest of this month’s new YA releases here!

Liam Dunbar Imagine *Requested by Jaq*

“Hey Liam how’s it going?” You whispered as you saw Liam pass by in the hall. You like to pretend that him and his group are friends with you because, if we’re being honest, you don’t have a ton of friends. He’s never noticed you before but today he turned around and looked right at you, it kind of freaked you out so you turned quickly and walked away.

Later that day as school just got out you were going to the bleachers at the lacrosse field to do your homework where you always do it when you heard a voice calling your name. “Wait up, I’ve been looking for you all day!” It said and you turned around and there was Liam running to catch up with you.

“What do you want?” You asked assuming he was just there to make fun of you for trying to talk to him earlier.

“Uh well it’s going good, thanks for asking. How’s it going with you?” You were slightly confused at first but then you remembered you asked how he was doing earlier when you thought he wasn’t listening.

“Good.” You said and quickly walked away hoping to save yourself from humiliation.

“What the heck. Where are you going!”

“Uh to do my homework, I thought we were done here.” You said shying away from the truth.

“Not even close, come with me please.” Liam said and held out his hand. You took it and before you knew what was happening he was putting you on his back and running away from the school. You couldn’t help but laugh.

When you got to the local park Liam put you down and bought you both ice cream. “So, why don’t you ever really talk to me? I’ve seen you around but I figured you just didn’t want to talk to me.”

“Well I just didn’t think you would really like me around.” You said truthfully. When you said that Liam couldn’t believe his ears and he took your head and looked right into your eyes.

“Don’t ever think that again, I’d love to have you around.” You two spent the rest of the week at school together, joined by the hi. He ate lunch with you, was your partner in every class, and even stayed after school to be your study partner. Come Saturday it almost felt weird to be without him even for a few hours.

Around six o'clock you got a knock on your door and when you opened it up there was Liam and he looked really good. You kind of felt embarrassed in your pj’s. “Okay listen I’ve been meaning to do this since Monday when I first met you but I guess I just didn’t know you enough, but now I do. You are one of the coolest, funniest, and the most beautiful girl I know and I want you to be my girlfriend.” He looked at you expectantly and you didn’t know what to do so you grabbed him and kissed him. When you broke apart blushing he smiled and dragged you out of the house on some unknown adventure.

Harmony Ink Young Author Challenge 2015

Harmony Ink Press is looking for young authors writing in the LGBTQ+ genre to submit short stories for our second annual Young Author Challenge.

Submissions between 2,000 – 10,000 words will be considered. Main characters should be 14 – 18 years old and can be gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, or anywhere else on the LGBTQ+ spectrum, including still in the process of working out their sexual/gender identity. The story should portray positive LGBTQ+ characters who grow or change for the better in some way. See the general Harmony Ink submission guidelines for more information.

Authors can be between the ages of 14 – 21. If the author is 17 or younger, a parent or legal guardian will have to sign the publication contract should a story be accepted.

Selected stories will be published in an anthology to be released in both paperback and eBook formats. Accepted authors will be paid a flat rate based on story length. Payments will range from $25 – $55. Feedback from at least one published author will be provided for all submissions.

Submission Deadline: May 1, 2015

Publication Date: October 2015

Send all submissions to anneregan@harmonyinkpress.com. Please include “Young Author Challenge Submission” in the subject line of the e-mail.

Harmony Ink Press is looking for young authors writing in the LGBTQ+ genre to submit short stories for our second annual Young Author Challenge.

Submissions between 2,000 – 10,000 words will be considered. Main characters should be 14 – 18 years old and can be gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, or anywhere else on the LGBTQ+ spectrum, including still in the process of working out their sexual/gender identity. The story should portray positive LGBTQ+ characters who grow or change for the better in some way. See the general Harmony Ink submission guidelines for more information.

Authors can be between the ages of 14 – 21. If the author is 17 or younger, a parent or legal guardian will have to sign the publication contract should a story be accepted.

Selected stories will be published in an anthology to be released in both paperback and eBook formats. Accepted authors will be paid a flat rate based on story length. Payments will range from $25 – $55. Feedback from at least one published author will be provided for all submissions.

Submission Deadline: May 1, 2015

Publication Date: October 2015

Send all submissions to anneregan@harmonyinkpress.com. Please include “Young Author Challenge Submission” in the subject line of the e-mail.

Happy ‪#‎SockSunday‬ and happy book mail! I received this gorgeous YA read in the mail yesterday (thanks, Kensington Books & P.S. Literary Agency!) 

If it’s summer time then I’m reading teen fiction romance for sure! 💞 Can’t wait to start this!

Have you read FAKING PERFECT by Rebecca Phillips yet?

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