Ultimate YA

Ultimate YA is an organization that promotes young adult literature (YA lit) and reading. We feature one YA lit author per month. Each feature includes a short bio of the author, as well as fun facts and an interview. 


In addition to our features, we post quotes and memes of the week that relate to books, writing, and/or reading. We also post anything else that we find interesting regarding reading and writing.


Are you interested in being a guest blogger? If so email ChinLin at chinlinpan@ultimateya.com.


If you are an author and would like to be featured, send an email to lizmiller@ultimateya.com. Then pay here for the feature.
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Happy New Year Tumblr!  This month our featured author is Lauren McLaughlin.  Lauren has two books out-  Cycler and (Re)Cycler where (Re)Cycler is her latest book and sequel to Cycler.  So far I have read Cycler and am partway through (Re)cycler.  I recommend each of them!
Praise for Cycler
"artfully fractured and wickedly smart" - Scott Westerfeld
"so unique, so downright weird, it will keep the pages turning" - Chicago Tribune
Praise for (Re)Cycler
"sexy, smart, surprising and fun, without skimping on the hard emotional stuff." -BoingBoing
"packed with realistically emo adolescent pain, Jack and Jill’s journey of self-discovery is funny, heartwarming, and just a little bit smutty." -Kirkus Reviews

Happy New Year Tumblr!  This month our featured author is Lauren McLaughlin.  Lauren has two books out-  Cycler and (Re)Cycler where (Re)Cycler is her latest book and sequel to Cycler.  So far I have read Cycler and am partway through (Re)cycler.  I recommend each of them!


Praise for Cycler

"artfully fractured and wickedly smart" - Scott Westerfeld

"so unique, so downright weird, it will keep the pages turning" - Chicago Tribune

Praise for (Re)Cycler

"sexy, smart, surprising and fun, without skimping on the hard emotional stuff." -BoingBoing

"packed with realistically emo adolescent pain, Jack and Jill’s journey of self-discovery is funny, heartwarming, and just a little bit smutty." -Kirkus Reviews