Round

What’s the best YA series of all time? Round 3 of #OneTrueYA bracket

Https%3a%2f%2fblueprint-api-production.s3.amazonaws.com%2fuploads%2fcard%2fimage%2f100684%2fhttps---blueprint-api-production.s3.amazonaws.com-uploads-card-image-99270-https---blueprint-api-production.s3.amazonaws.com-uploads-card-image-97032-yabooks-header

Feed-twFeed-fb

Our search for the Internet’s favorite YA series continues, and the competition is as fierce as any YA Chosen One hero could be.

Round Three has begun, which will not only decide which four series move on to the semi-finals, but will also decide the winners in our four genre categories: Dystopian, Fantasy, Contemporary, and Supernatural. Is your favorite still in the running?

See the winners of Round Two!

Image: Vicky Leta

Fans across the Internet (and the world) have made their choices known, and the competition is getting more and more difficult.

Round Two is over (click here if you want to see more details about Round One’s poll results), but Round Three has just begun! Vote on the match-ups below or on our Twitter account, and check back on May 31st for the Round Three winners! And keep tweeting using #OneTrueYA to tell us who you think should win. Read more…

More about Ya Books and Social Media


Social Media

With Debt Round, Web Publisher LittleThings Plans For More Positivity-Fueled Growth

littlethings office There’s a good chance that you’ve never heard of LittleThings, but apparently it’s seeing rapid growth, thanks to a focus on positive and inspirational stories. In fact, according to data from NewsWhip, LittleThings was responsible for the single most popular Facebook post of 2015. The story is basically just a write up of a two-year-old video of Ann and Nancy Wilson… Read More
TechCrunch » Social