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CYBILS Nominations: Only a Week Left!

Nominations for the CYBILS have been going for a week now and some great books have been nominated. There are still many that haven't been though. If you have been waiting, now is the perfect time to nominate your favorites.

Here are some books in the categories I read the most from that haven't been nominated yet. I'm sure there are lots more too.


The Fellowship for Alien Detection by Kevin Emerson
Frogged by Vivian Vande Velde
Garden Princess by Kristin Kladstsrup
How to Catch a Bogle by Catherine Jinks
North of Nowhere by Liz Kessler
Texting the Underworld by Ellen Booraem  
The Time Fetch by Amy Herrick
The Vengekeep Prophecies by Brian Farrey
The Watcher in the Shadows by Chris Moriarty
The Whatnot by Stephen Bachmann

The Heartbreak Messenger by Alexander Vance

City of a Thousand Dolls by Miriam Forster
The Nightmare Affair by Mindee Arnett
Paper Valentine by Brenna Yavanoff
Tandem by Anna Jarzab

Dead Ends by Erin Jade Lange 
Meant to Be by Lauren Morrill
Out of This Place by Emma Cameron
The Tragedy Paper by Elizabeth LaBan 
The Trouble with Flirting by Claire LaZebnik
You Look Different in Real Life by Jennifer Castle

Here is a link to more lists at the CYBILS website.


Anonymous said…
I really want to nominate Texting the Underworld (which I won from Cynsations and am waiting to come in) or the Whatnot, which isn't in my library yet. But I need to read them first!

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