ya saves reading challenge

Introducing the YA Saves Challenge

A week or so ago I was reading some of my usual blogs and I came across the YA Saves Challenge on Patricia’s Particularity. I loved the topic of the challenge so much that I signed up for it, even though I am already signed up for 17(!) challenges. After Patricia requested a co-moderator for the challenge’s Goodreads group, she and I emailed back and forth a few times and now I get to co-host the challenge with her! I’m very excited that she’s letting me share this with her and can’t wait to see what happens with the challenge throughout the year.

Not only will we be reading great YA books about real topics, there will be guests posts, interviews and giveaways throughout the year, so be sure to sign up for the challenge using the linky below. Link back to your sign-up post or Goodreads account.

The goal is to read at least 10 ya books that focus on real-life topics that may or may not be considered ‘tough.’ If you need ideas or suggestions, here are a few lists to draw from: Goodreads and Patricia’s blog. Every month there will be a place to link your reviews from that month so we can all read what you thought of them. You don’t need to choose the books ahead of time and they can cross over with other challenges you may be participating in.

Please add one of the buttons below to the sign-up post (or even better, your sidebar!) so others can find the place to sign up, too. If you have any questions, email me at thebusybibliophile @ gmail . com or send me a tweet @thebusybiblio. For Twitter talk, use the hashtag #yasaveschallenge. Let’s read some books!

The Busy Bibliophile


The Busy Bibliophile



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  1. Rachelia G says:

    I’m hoping to put up my challenge page and first YA Saves review tonight. I’m excited :)
    P.S: I think I’m in LOVE with your blog! The colours, the owls, the fonts! It’s adorable!


    • Anonymous says:

      Yay, I’m excited you’re joining the challenge! Patricia and I are working hard to make it fabulous for everyone.

      I’m so glad you like the design! I’m in love with it, too! I have Jessica at Southtown Creative to thank for it. She took my random ideas and made something awesome.


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