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EDITOR'S PICK: A Mad Awakening

The dead are meant to stay dead. Eighteen-year-old Albert Frank Young knows because he’s one of them. He had his life planned out with intentions of attending college in the fall with his brilliant girlfriend, Mary Shelley. What he didn’t plan for? Dying before his dreams were realized.Over the course of one night, his life, and Mary’s, change forever. Mary’s brilliance quickly turns into a madden…

COVER REVEAL

Coming January 14th to Evernight TeenAwareness by Amanda LanceEighteen-year-old aspiring painter Eliza Harper doesn’t believe in hell. When she wakes up in the middle of surgery, however, she learns just how wrong she was.After attending a party with her three best friends, the night ends in a terrible accident that puts Eliza on an operating table. Awake yet paralyzed, in a condition known as ane…

Black Friday 2021

Stock up on Evernight Teen's award-winning YA fiction during our Black Friday 40% OFF sale.Browse our categories to find the perfect book for you!ONE DAY ONLYDon't miss out...…

Shattered by C. Lee McKenzie

SHATTERED by C. Lee McKenzieI have a strong conviction that we should all have a place at this table of life. One of the ways to help that be a reality is through reading. If we read about people who are different from us, there’s a chance we can come to understand them and appreciate them for who they are. The other side of that coin is reading about people who are just like us, and through t…

The Reality of Teen Dating Violence

The Reality of Teen Dating ViolenceThoughts from Christine Doré Miller...It’s been years since my abusive relationship ended. 18 years to be exact. I was a teenager then, when my high school boyfriend and I officially parted ways as we headed to different colleges. But it wasn’t the storybook young lover saga I’d so desperately craved as a hopeless romantic teen. It was sad, confusing, a…

Diagnosis NOPE!!

Diagnosis NOPE!! Why Neurodiversity is Crucial in YA FictionThoughts from Deidre Huesmann...“You’re just lazy.”“Stop procrastinating. This is why you’re failing school!”“You don’t have anxiety, all teenagers are dramatic.”“ADHD? I doubt it. More likely, you weren’t disciplined enough as a child.”“What do you have to be depressed about? Your teen years are golden.”“Stop faking it!”“You just wa…