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Shelf-Involved Podcast

Dec 27, 2017

This week we're talking about the role of parents in YA novels. Sometimes they're great, sometimes they're bad, and sometimes they just don't exist? Where are your parents at, teens?!

You can find us on twitter at @shelf_involved

You can find Emily on twitter at @emilysaysgo

You can find Kenzie on twitter at @kenziehalwen


Dec 14, 2017

We're talking about love triangles. We're annoyed by them, but we just can't seem to look away. Let's talk about it. 

Tell us your feelings about love triangles, and don't @ us if you're team Gale (kidding, kind of). You can find us on twitter at @shelf_involved.

You can find Emily on twitter at @emilysaysgo

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Dec 7, 2017

It's time for Christmas everything, so we're talking about something we both love: YA Christmas books and reading seasonally. 

Tell us your favorite holiday reads on twitter at @shelf_involved

You can find Emily on twitter at @emilysaysgo

You can find Kenzie on twitter at @kenziehalwen

 


Nov 30, 2017

When most people think of YA, they think of those mass-marketed series that get turned into blockbuster hits. Popular series have put YA on the mainstream and crossover map, but not everything should be a series. So we're talking about them. The ones we love and the ones we wish didn't exist and what the obsession...


Nov 23, 2017

This week we're talking about a trope we've been seeing a lot in YA: the exchanging or receiving of letters from an anonymous source. Sometimes it's a secret admirer situation, sometimes it's a helpful guide or an unlikely confidante, but let's be honest, somebody is going to fall in love with the person on the other...