The celebration continues! Ever since I met Abdi Nazemian at the Ontario Teen Book Fest a few months ago, he has become one of my favorite people. He is funny and a blast to hang out with and he is a great friend. His book is up for grabs TWICE in the big giveaway so let’s learn more!
The celebration of What A Nerd Girl Say’s sixth birthday continues with an interview with the lovely and inspiring, Emily Ziff Griffin, whose debut novel, Light Years, is absolutely incredible. I’ve had TWO opportunities to hang out with Emily and she is amazing and I’m so glad to feature her on the blog today. A signed copy of her novel is up for grabs in one of prize packs in the EPIC giveaway!
I am so insanely excited to have these guests on the blog today. I had the pleasure of meeting them at an Epic Reads event weeks ago and heard about their amazing book. I ended up with a chance to read it early and its amazing, and you can read my review here! Let’s learn more about Austin Siegemund-Broka and Emily Wibberly and their amazing book, which is up for grabs in the giveaway!
We are continuing the blog celebration this week with an interview with a wonderful author and a dear friend, Mary McCoy. We first met years ago when she hosted a teen book fest at the Los Angeles library and stayed friends ever since. I’m so pleased to be hosting her on the blog, especially since we have an ARC of her newest novel, I, Claudia (expected October 2018) up for grabs in the giveaway!
Hello! I’ll be here every day this week, posting reviews, event recaps, and exclusive interviews with amazing YA authors. I’m also promoting the EPIC giveaway I have going on, which has over 20 signed books up for grabs! Today is the second day of celebrating and the first interview with YA fantasy author, Cinda Williams Chima!
Exactly six years ago today, I started What A Nerd Girl Says. After many other names, I settled on that one and its been my moniker for exactly six years. What started off as a way for me to share my love of all things fandom, and started as an angry girl rant to shout at the internet haters who would put down young adult literature, became something so much more. It seems insanely to me that I, Sara, Nerd Girl, am still here after all these years.