Jennifer Bardsley

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“I Brake for Moms” columnist for the @EverettHerald, The YA Gal on FB, blogs at "Teaching My Baby to Read," 2016 debut with @Month9Books
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Crossing the Line by Meghan Rogers is a YA spy thriller that kills. Imagine James Bond as a teenage girl, and go from there. Jocelyn Steely is a trained assassin and North Korea's top agent. But sh...

Crossing the Line by Meghan Rogers is a YA spy thriller that kills. Imagine James Bond as a teenage girl, and go from there. Jocelyn Steely is a trained assassin and North Korea's top agent.

#YABookCook with "Boneseeker" by Brynn Chapman, and Snail Potatoes

with "Boneseeker" by Brynn Chapman, and Snail Potatoes

#YABookCook with “Fire in the Woods” | Jennifer Bardsley

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For YAGal's first ever #YABookCook I'm reading Elizabeth Holloway's Call Me Grim and cooking Bratwurst. This is a dish guys usually like! It's super easy, and the time you save making dinner will g...

For YAGal's first ever I'm reading Elizabeth Holloway's Call Me Grim and cooking Bratwurst. This is a dish guys usually like! It's super easy, and the time you save making dinner will g.

Tonight's #YABookCook features A Murder of Magpies by debut author Sarah Bromley, and gluten free peanut butter oatmeal cookies--with cornstarch. A Murder of Magpies is a modern Gothic thriller. Va...

Tonight's features A Murder of Magpies by debut author Sarah Bromley, and gluten free peanut butter oatmeal cookies--with cornstarch. A Murder of Magpies is a modern Gothic thriller.

The Artisans by Julie Reece is "Beauty and the Beast" meets Southern Gothic Horror. It tells the story of a seventeen year old girl named Raven who will do anything to help her stepfather Ben recei...

The Artisans by Julie Reece is "Beauty and the Beast" meets Southern Gothic Horror. It tells the story of a seventeen year old girl named Raven who will do anything to help her stepfather Ben recei.

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I loved Nobody's Goddess by Amy McNulty so much that I stayed up until midnight to finish it, and then couldn't fall asleep until 1 a.m. because I was awake thinking about how wonderful it was. It'...

“Nobody’s Goddess” by Amy McNulty

Things I love about The Angelnots by Elise Pehrson: the concept, the cover, the quality of writing, and the precise editing. That being said, it's definitely high fantasy, and I'm not a huge high-f...

“The Angelnots” by Elise Pehrson

Which is worse, breaking up with your boyfriend or losing your best friend? How it Ends by Catherine Lo is a coming of age story about two sophomores whose lives intertwine and then rip apart. If y...

Which is worse, breaking up with your boyfriend or losing your best friend? How it Ends by Catherine Lo is a coming of age story about two sophomores whose lives intertwine and then rip apart.

"How can I get free books?" That's a common question I hear on my Facebook page, The YA Gal. The easiest answer would be: Go to the library! Okay, that's also the snarkiest answer. ;) The tr...

How can I get free books?

Reading The Selection by Kiera Cass felt like a guilty pleasure. It was one of those must-read-right-now books that I started and finished within 24 hours. But when I described the plot to my husba...

Reading The Selection by Kiera Cass felt like a guilty pleasure. It was one of those must-read-right-now books that I started and finished within 24 hours. But when I described the plot to my husba.