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Blood Will Tell

Three YAs reviewed in the Oregonian

I review YAs with a Northwest connection (and sometimes just really wonderful YAS) for the Oregonian.

On Sunday, I reviewed three books:
- A Need So Beautiful
- The Day Before
- Ripple

I also occasionally review adult mysteries and literary fiction. I make the same amount for reviewing one adult book as I do for reading and reviewing three YAs. But it’s a labor of love, so I’ll continue to do it.

Besides, do you know how many newspapers review YA any more? Not very many. I’m happy to help provide one of the few outlets.

Read my reviews here.



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Blood Will Tell

Reviews of The Compound, Ten Cents a Dance and Shift in the Oregonian

Okay, a few weeks ago I asked you guys for suggestions of YA books to review that had been published in the past six months and had some kind of connection to the Northwest (set here, written by someone who lives here, etc). I write a YA column that appears every six to eight weeks in the Oregonian.

And you came through! Thank you!

Here are the reviews:
- Ten Cents a Dance.
- Shift.
- The Compound.

Got any more ideas that meet the above criteria? Keep ‘em coming!


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