Here's this week's nifty compilation of YA lit happenings.
A Tyranny of Petticoats: 15 Stories of Belles, Bank Robbers & Other Badass Girls, edited by Jessica Spotswood
Description (from Amazon): Crisscross America — on dogsleds and ships, stagecoaches and trains — from pirate ships off the coast of the Carolinas to the peace, love, and protests of 1960s Chicago. Join fifteen of today’s most talented writers of young adult literature on a thrill ride through history with American girls charting their own course. They are monsters and mediums, bodyguards and barkeeps, screenwriters and schoolteachers, heiresses and hobos. They're making their own way in often-hostile lands, using every weapon in their arsenals, facing down murderers and marriage proposals. And they all have a story to tell.
With stories by: J. Anderson Coats, Andrea Cremer, Y. S. Lee, Katherine Longshore, Marie Lu, Kekla Magoon, Marissa Meyer, Saundra Mitchell, Beth Revis, Caroline Richmond, Lindsay Smith, Jessica Spotswood, Robin Talley, Leslye Walton, Elizabeth Wein
How Many Letters Are In Goodbye?, by Yvonne Cassidy
Lady Midnight (The Infernal Devices), by Cassandra Clare
On the Edge of Gone, by Corinne Duyvis
Rebel of the Sands, by Alwyn Hamilton
Shades of Darkness (Ravenborn), by A.R. Kahler
The Keeper of the Mist, by Rachel Neumeier
Seven Ways We Lie, by Riley Redgate
The Forbidden Orchid, by Sharon Biggs Waller
The Serpent King, by Jeff Zentner
Enter to win a whopping 42-book bundle from Maximum Pop!
Enter to win a Kindle Fire and a set of bestselling YA books, including Across the Universe and A Thousand Pieces of You, from Jenetta Penner.
Enter to win an ARC of Save Me, Kurt Cobain from Adventures in YA Publishing.
Enter to win a set of YA fantasy books, including Defiance and The Keeper of the Mist, from Azalea Dabill.
And don't forget to check out the many YA giveaways on Goodreads, including A Court of Thorns and Roses, Cinder, and The Crown's Game.
Author Daniel Abraham (The Dagger and the Coin) is doing an AMA in /r/fantasy on March 9th.
Author Emily McKay (How Willa Got Her Groove Back) is doing an AMA in /r/books on March 2nd.
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