Goodreads Choice 2018 Voting Begins

Declare your favorites with the 2019 Goodreads Choice Awards!

If you’re a reader, you’ve probably had some favorites over the past year, from promising debuts to clever standalones to impressive series conclusions, there’s been something for everyone. Now it’s time to officially declare them to the world!

Goodreads has opened up voting for its 10th Annual Goodreads Choice Awards, which features some amazing contender for the best books of the year!

Here’s a look at the nominees for the two major Young Adult categories:


Young Adult Fiction

All The Little Lights – Jamie McGuire
Emergency Contact – Mary H.K. Choi
Leah On The Offbeat – Becky Albertalli
Let’s Talk About Love – Claire Kann
Love, Hate, and Other Filters – Samira Ahmed
Love, Life, and the List – Kasie West
Puddin – Julie Murphy
Sadie – Courtney Summers
Save The Date – Morgan Matson
Starry Eyes – Jenn Bennett
The Astonishing Color of After – Emily X.R. Pan
The Case for Jamie – Brittany Cavallro
The Cheerleaders – Kara Thomas
Truly Devious – Maureen Johnson
Tyler Johnson Was Here – Jay Coles

Young Adult Fantasy & Science Fiction

A Court of Frost and Starlight – Sarah J. Maas
A Reaper At The Gates – Sabaa Tahir
Children of Blood and Bone – Tomi Adeyemi
Dread Nation – Justina Ireland
Kingdom of Ash – Sarah J. Maas
Lifel1k3 – Jay Kristoff
Obsidio – Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff
Restore Me – Tahereh Mafi
Sky In The Deep – Adrienne Young
The Belles – Dhonielle Clayton
The Cruel Prince – Holly Black
The Fates Divide – Veronica Roth
Thunderhead – Neal Shusterman
War Storm – Victoria Aveyard
Wildcard – Marie Lu

Of course, that isn’t the only place where you can find Young Adult authors you love. Elizabeth Acevedo‘s The Poet X and Jason ReynoldsFor Everyone are nominated in the poetry category, while Tomi Adeyemi, Alexandra Christo, and Emily X.R. Pan are all up for Best Debut Author.

There’s also a Middle Grade category that may pique your interest with nominees including Rick Riordan, Roshani Chokshi, Neil Patrick Harris, and more!

To celebrate the 10th anniversary, there’s also a “Best of the Best” category in which users can pick their favorites among past winners.


Round 1 voting goes through November 4, 2018. May the best books win!

By Kait

Kait is a New Englander, a YA book and adaptation lover, and a Slythindor, as well as a red velvet and red wine enthusiast. She likes to like things. Catch her on Twitter: @kaitmary

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