Our Epic Reads Fall 2015 yearbook is here, and we’re introducing you to a whole bunch of our YA authors publishing this fall! We’re matched the writers behind some of the awesome books coming out this season with a high school superlative, because what’s a yearbook without superlatives? That’s right, nothing.
Check out the yearbook spread below, and learn more about our matchings below! (Click on the image below to view it at a larger size!)
Most Spirited—Carolyn Mackler
Carolyn’s got spirit, yes she does! In her latest novel, Infinite in Between, Carolyn fully embraces the spirit of high school as she follows her characters through the complete four-year journey.
Carolyn’s library: Infinite in Between, Tangled, The Future of Us, The Earth, My Butt, and Other Big Round Things
Most Likely to Make a Difference—Aaron Hartzler
Through his books, Aaron opens the door for much needed conversations on issues that affect our society. And exploring these topics can make all the difference.
Aaron’s library: What We Saw and The Rapture Practice
Best Shoulder to Cry On—Cammie McGovern
Say What You Will to Cammie, she’ll be there to listen. Or more like from reading her books we imagine she’d be a most thoughtful listener.
Cammie’s library: A Step Toward Falling and Say What You Will
Most Fashionable—Danielle Paige
We’ve seen Danielle’s shoe collection, and that alone earns her the title of Most Fashionable. Plus, she’s fashion forward when it comes to making-over the characters in the Dorothy Must Die series.
Danielle’s library: Dorothy Must Die, The Wicked Will Rise, The Straw King
He may not be the Chosen One, but Patrick’s wit is what makes The Rest of Us Just Live Here so extraordinary.
Patrick’s library: The Rest of Us Just Live Here and the Chaos Walking trilogy
Most Heart—Sherry Thomas
Not only does Sherry put her heart into the magical Elemental trilogy, she also is an acclaimed romance novelist.
Sherry’s library: Elemental trilogy
Biggest Bookwarm—Mackenzi Lee
Bookseller by day, reader and author by night. Becomes a monstrous thing if she goes without direct contact with books for more than six hours.
Mackenzi’s library: This Monstrous Thing
Most Creative—Madeleine Roux
You may wish she was a little less creative when Catacomb is keeping you up at night.
Madeleine’s library: Asylum series
Miss Congeniality—Julie Murphy
Best Hair—Michael Grant
How he manages to find the time for his strict hair care regimen and still pen such extraordinary books such as the Gone series, the Messenger of Fear series, and Front Lines is beyond us.
Michael’s library: Gone series, Messenger of Fear series, and Front Lines
Boundary Breaker—Rae Carson
A self-described Star Wars nerd and an ex-beauty queen, Rae Carson was a cheerleader in high school and played flag football in college. She’s not afraid to challenge expectations–just like her kickass heroines.
Rae’s library: Walk on Earth a Stranger, Girl of Fire and Thorns series
Teacher’s Pet—Mindy McGinnis
Biggest Dreamer—Robert L. Anderson
You may say he’s a dreamer, and you’d be right –he’s the one who imagined a story in which people can walk in dreams: Dreamland.
Robert’s library: Dreamland
Most Musical—Amy Ewing
What superlatives would you give to your favorite YA authors?