What's Up in YA

📚 Fire Up Your Ereader For YA Deals!

Hey YA Readers: Let’s grab some sizzling ebook deals on this summer Saturday!

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Go ahead. Splurge! Deals are active as of Friday morning. I made this a nice, big list with a little bit of everything.

Rachel Caine’s book about magical libraries, Ink and Bone, is $2.

  • The first in a fantasy series, The Traitor’s Kiss by Erin Beaty, is $3. This looks like an excellent readalike for fans of Mary E. Pearson’s fantasy books.
  • Lisa Klein’s Ophelia — the inspiration for the film that’s garnered great reviews — is $2.
  • The first book in Julia Kagawa’s “Iron Fey” series, The Iron King, is $4.
  • Audrey Coulthurst’s queer fantasy Of Fire and Stars is $2.
  • If you’re in the mood for romance, Simone Elkeles’s Perfect Chemistry is $2.
  • Emery Lord’s fabulous When We Collided is $2.
  • I keep meaning to pick this one up and haven’t yet, but I will! Katie Henry’s Heretics Anonymous is $2.

Grab the entire “Skinjacker” trilogy by Neal Shusterman, including Everlost, Everworld, and Everfound for $5.

My anthology Here We Are: Feminism For The Real World is also $2.



Thanks for hanging out, and we’ll see you on Monday!

— Kelly Jensen, @veronikellymars on Instagram and editor of (Don’t) Call Me Crazy and Here We Are.