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AusYABloggers Jul 18
Absolutely slaying the Reading Challenge are with January through to June completed. Don’t worry there is still plenty of reading time left this year, everyone is still in with a chance :-) :-) - Sarah
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Glad Day Bookshop Jul 17
Language evolves. Evolve yours.
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AusYABloggers Jul 17
Thank you to everyone who entered the giveaway and congratulations to who has won a copy of Save The date by with thanks to . We'll DM you shortly ❤️
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AusYABloggers Jul 17
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And for prompt #4 I made a handy thread for y'all :D
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AusYABloggers Jul 17
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For prompt #3, I have these fantastic resources for you. Just make sure the character is a protagonist!
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AusYABloggers Jul 17
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For prompt #2 there aren't any recs I can give you because this prompt is all about you! It's about reading a book with a character you identify with. That can be on any grounds :)
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AusYABloggers Jul 17
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Beautiful Creatures by Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohl Anthologies like All Out, Because You Love to Hate Me, A Thousand Beginngs and Endings, and Summer Days & Summer Nights
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AusYABloggers Jul 17
Idea time! For prompt #1: The Starbound books by & Meagan Spooner () The Illuminae books by Amie Kaufman & () Will Grayson, Will Grayson by John Green & David Levithan Just Like Fate by Cat Patrick & Suzanne Young
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AusYABloggers Jul 17
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Text reads: AusYABloggers 2018 Reading Challenge: July Prompts #1: A book by two or more authors #2: A character you identify with #3: Visually/Hearing impaired protagonist #4: / book: Gay or lesbian protagonist
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AusYABloggers Jul 17
Speaking of the AusYABloggers Reading Challenge, here are July's prompts!
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AusYABloggers Jul 16
Sign ups are open all year 'round for the AusYABloggers Reading Challenge! Check out the info post here () and get added to the Goodreads group here (). We'd love for you to join us :D
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Eugenia Jul 9
New post is up on the blog! There's a mix of everything here, from YA to non-fiction, thrillers and a hint of fantasy. What's most exciting of all is that there are so many local authors with new releases to look forward to! -->
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Michelle Gately Jul 15
Finally found the words for my review of by : a beautiful, lyrical debut
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aesthetic pets Jul 15
rt to bless someone’s timeline
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Nicola Santilli Jul 9
Very proud and excited to announce that and I are editing a queer anthology! ✨ KINDRED will be released in June 2019 through and will feature 12 short stories. Full info:
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Kinokuniya Sydney Jul 16
Do you ? Join us this Friday to meet & Kate Hendrick! Then Test your YA knowledge in team trivia to win amazing prizes like a signed set of Chaos Walking by Patrick Ness!
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Margot McGovern Jul 16
Amelia Westlake has been waiting patiently on my shelf since April. 🙈 (I’m so behind on my TBR I can’t even) BUT I *finally* got the chance to dive in this afternoon and I’m absolutely loving the little bit I’ve read so far. Brilliant stuff, 💗
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AusYABloggers Jul 16
Okay, Twitter! Tell us about all the different Aussie book boxes out there! So far I only know The YA Chronicles, The Never Never Book Box, and The Book Crate Australia. I'd love to compile a complete list :D - C
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cw, of the no peak clan 🌿 Jul 14
A gentle reminder: It isn't a WoC/indigenous book blogger's job to inform you of the latest book releases, esp books pertaining to our identity, & telling us that we haven't told you about X book suggests we aren't doing enough when we do a LOT already. Thank you, good night. 🍵
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Bloomsbury Australia Jul 16
Don't forget you can follow us on Snapchat at BloomsburyYA for even more fun and excitement:
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