Sunday, May 6, 2012

Spring Blog Carnival: Fortune Teller Booth!




Welcome...Welcome, my dears, to the Fortune Teller's Booth! Come in and sit down while we look into the future of YA!! Today you have a chance to win two amazing books about a gifted seer name Clarity. Here is the prize that could be in your future:


One copy of Clarity + One copy of Perception

(above photo credit:staceylynnstudios.com)


The Challenge Set Before You Is This:
Look deep into my crystal ball and tell me what YOU see in the future of YA!
(Or what you hope to see :D)


Leave your answer in the comments, with an email where I can contact you!
Open Internationally!

Be sure to visit the rest of the booths in the Spring Blog Carnival!
Many thanks to Angela from Reading Angel, Candace from Candace’s Book Blog, and Lori from Pure Imagination for hosting the second annual Spring Blog Carnival!




130 comments:

  1. I would really love to see more books about witches or zombies enter the mainstream. Especially zombies!!

    catiesmoviesinmyhead@gmail.com

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  2. I hope to see more male protagonists! Like in Brigid Kemmerer's STORM series....so freaking awesome!

    amberr610[at]gmail[dot]com

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  3. I'd like to see more zombies, and maybe less dystopian/vampires...I've had enough of that.

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  4. I think there is definately going to be an uptrend in harder Sci-Fi and deceptively heavy contemporary (the kind where you think that it's going to be a cute love story and you end up being completely emotionally wrung out by the end) Personally, I want to see more main characters that are not inherently "good" and altruistic. It annoys me becuase nobody in real life is willing to go through what so many YA MCs go through for somebody else and NOBODY consistantly makes the right choices like they do.

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  5. Oh! And I am kathleenelizabeth@live.com!

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  6. More zombie novels! And even more mystery YA novels!

    katvela12345 AT hotmail.com

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  7. MORE ZOMBIES!!!!!! I just LOVE zombie novels.

    Also I would love to see more contemporary novels that are less focused on love and more focused on LIFE. :)

    a_hobbit_of_the_shire(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  8. I think the "era of dystopia" is slowly coming to an end for YA trends. There seems to be an upshot right now of mermaid/siren/selkie tales right now, but I'm hoping that a scifi or horror YA trend takes off.

    journeythroughpages@ymail.com

    ~Sam @ A Journey Through Pages

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  9. I hope to see a book that is a little bit like the TV series Supernatural.It would be nice to see a book in which the characters were hunting supernatural beings for a change you know!

    youngreadersathomeATgmailDOTcom

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  10. I see the vampire crazy dying slowly while being replaced by... WHATS THIS? MINATORES? *shakes glass ball*
    I think it's broken! No wait just a smudge on the glass. Mermaids, PHEW!
    Also the Dystopia age is ending; that I'm sad about. I may have to do something about it... MWAHAHAHA
    confessionsofabookaholic@LIVE.CO.UK

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  11. 1000's of amazing new books full of action, adventure and the paranormal.
    milind.uppal@gmail.com

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  12. I'd love to see more unicorns! Kidding! But I really want more mythological retellings or even a story that revolves around a mythological creature. :D

    sarah UNDERSCORE 00988 AT yahoo DOT com

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  13. I see....lots of vampire books...OH NO! That's a terrible prediction. Let's try again. I see...I see...so...many....Edward...Cullens! STUPID GLASS BALL! THIS CAN'T HAPPEN! *SMASH*

    samantha_7030@hotmail.co.uk

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  14. I'd love to see more YA novels with witches, mermaids and something different and new I'd love to read si-fi and horror novels and Stories with male protagonist's POV like in Tempest (I haven't read the book but a friend who read it told me it was awesome n different from the usual n I was also searching for some nice novels with Male protagonist's POV)

    My email address: anubha56@gmail.com

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  15. I see even more dystopian and post apocalypic fiction. This mirrors our reality too much to stray away from it. Zombies would make my day!!

    Vivien
    deadtossedwaves at gmail dot com

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  16. I hope to see myself feeling better very, very soon!

    readingwishes@hotmail.com

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  17. I foresee the downfall in Dystopian and Paranormal. I think that....steampunk will rise! I don't know. I've just seen some popping up lately and I want it, okay?

    Email: cc932005AThotmailDOTcom

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  18. I hope to see the rise of fantasy novels, preferably set in historical time, with many different fae creatures.

    shelbynordholt@gmail.com

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  20. Hmmm, I see myself driving around and... delivering mail?!! Oh, I get it! I'm delivering more great books to wonderful bloggers like yourself to review. Wow, lots of dystopian, paranormal, fantasy... the list just goes on and on.

    lisa(at)vetteklisa(dot)com

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  21. I think mermaids and shape shifters are going to really start coming out in the next few years. Also I think more contemporary novels that talk about reality television, teen pregnancy, and abusive relationships. I'd love to see more about teen marriage.

    the(dot)zealous(dot)reader(at)gmail(dot)com

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  22. I want to see more books with hot males, like Jace from The Mortal Instrument Series.

    april_hunter96@hotmail.co.uk

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  23. Welcome to Madame C's tent of portent...(shakes crystal ball, breathes in as creepy mist swirls around, then opens eyes suddenly) I see small towns, quirky teens, troubled families....the contemp comeback is afoot!! (sharp gasp) But wait! Running through these quiet towns are teens escaping secret societies, mad scientists and villains from the past. The time is near for thrillers, too!

    ccfioriole at gmail dot com

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  24. More books with kick-butt heroines, dashing action, and romance! More freaking amazing books like DIVERGENT in the Dystopia genre as well as crazy awesome books like the TIVER OF TIME trilogy. :D

    hannahsue10 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  25. I think more sci-fi and straight fantasy. At least that's what I'm into these days.

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  26. I would like to hope for a really good zombie YA debut book that i could read, cause i have never read a zombie YA book.

    hikaru105 (dot) bookworm105 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  27. Well, I think some of the trends definitely will be sticking around (paranormal and dystopian). I suspect it will be a while before they play out. I predict less instalove (I HOPE).

    I also hope to see more books dealing with dark issues and more GLBTQ fiction.

    cynicalsapphire at gmail dot com

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  28. I want to see more shifters. All kinds of animal shifters would be lovely!

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  29. I see more historical fiction in YA. To move forward we must understand our past. :-)

    Thanks!
    Carrie from Stalking the Bookshelves (OneBookishMom)

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  30. If I look into the crystal ball, I like to forsee more fairytales and retellings in the future. I think it's important to keep them popular, since they have everything you need in a story. A brave hero, a nice heroin, some action and drama, romance and in the end: always a happy ending :) It's a nice escape from the reality sometimes! But I hope that it's not a real instalove and a lot of authors are doing a good job! Like A.C Gaughen with Scarlet :D

    thedailyprophecy@hotmail.com

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  31. I would love to see more fairy tale retelling I really enjoy them and they are always so fun.

    bridget.howard@hotmail.com

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  32. I'd like to see something that is such a game changer, nothing can be compared to it. Think...Harry Potter, then Twilight, then the Hunger Games, then _________. And hopefully it will have something with a male protagonist!


    andralynn7@gmail.com

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  33. I'd love to see more steampunk and less love triangles or insta-love happening.

    jen4777[at]hotmail.com

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  34. I would like to see less Vampire more Mermaid & fairytale retellings.

    doodlesbookblog at gmail dot com

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  35. I just hope to see more books that will keep me up at night! The kind that are so awesome, they don't want to leave your mind. :)

    mcrs_venin(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  36. I hope to see a lot more dystopian with romance. I won't read anything if it doesn't have romance, and most dystopian books don't have a lot of romance.
    meganlovesyuu@yahoo.com

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  37. More Zombie books

    pixiepuff2006@yahoo.com

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  38. I see strong main characters who have wishes hopes and dreams and the drive to go after them. Characters that that ya's can look up too. Great stories that anyone can get lost in and when they end leave you breathless and wanting more.

    gracioushoneybee@gmail.com

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  39. More books with alternating points of view!

    foxwelldog at aol dot com

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  40. More zombie books would be great! There's been a lot of mermaid books coming out. Still not sure how I feel about them.

    chenisejones(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  41. I see lots of dystopia and zombie books! And fantastic characters and romantic love triangles...:D

    alca.vocelkova(@)gmail.com

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  42. I would love to see more faries and zombies. Gale
    pgan427@yahoo.com

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  43. I see the future of YA, looping back around from supernatural to reality-based coming of age tales, like The Outsiders. Or at least, I hope so!

    bethwade1 at gmail dot com

    Thanks!

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  44. Ooooooooooo I love this question!

    I see a dystopian burn out. Hunger Games has birthed lots of it and at some points it's going to reach a boil over.

    That was fun!

    (not an entry)

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  45. From the looks of things I see books continuing to go toward fairytale retelling. Which I am not upset about. haha. I would like to see more spies!

    missperish@yahoo.com

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  46. I see more strong female characters in love triangles and more books centered around witches, vampires or fairytales.

    amy2read89@gmail.com

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  47. Besides more books, I see a talk handsome boy sweeping me off my feet. :D

    thunter_5@yahoo.com

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  48. I'd like more like these (Clarity) kinds of YA books. :) --Thanks for the chance.
    jinkyisreading at yahoo dot com

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  49. I already have both books so you don't have to enter me. But I'm thinking that mystery is coming back. Yes, some with paranormal, but some straight up mystery YA books.
    Thanks so much for participating!

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  50. I hope to see more paranormal activity books:) I just love them:)
    -jennybelieves@gmail.com

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  51. This year I'm predicting lots of military YA! I've already read a couple myself. What I wish was in the future for YA...COWBOYS! I need me some cowboys! I'm also hoping that new adult catches on in publishing houses.

    readinghousewivesofindiana(at)gmail(dot)com

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  52. I see... more dystopians! Hooray!

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  53. I'd like to see more re-tellings of classic stories or fairy-tales.

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  54. I'd like to see more steampunk books with strong heroines.

    kassandralopez32@yahoo.com

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  55. I see more dystopian in the future. I also see more post apocalyptic coming our way.

    email:farinrochell(At)gmail(dot)com

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  56. I see more influential, heartwarming, bittersweet yet epic dystopian books. :D

    here's my email: samaine(underscore)18(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  57. I see more fantastic zombie books and plenty of books with strong female lead characters.

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  58. oh and email crystalholder01@yahoo.com

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  59. I know a lot of people are sick of them, but I honestly can't get enough dystopian, so I'd be happy to see more of it, especially of the futuristic yet still gritty variety.

    aroomwithbooks(at)gmail(dot)com

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  60. More fairytale retellings and dystopian!
    sena.sagani at gmail dot com

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  61. It seems like YA high fantasy is getting more popular and it's my favorite genre. So, of course, I want to see more of that!

    Thanks for hosting a booth! :)
    pureimagination77(at)gmail.com

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  62. for book releases I see more fantasy about vampires, witches etc.
    and definitely a lot more movies/ TV series remake of popular YA books

    thitisa.th@googlemail.com

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  63. I'm seeing plenty of great books to read PLUS more giveaways! hehe. I'm also seeing plenty of aspiring YA Authors have finally achieve their dreams! New genres will sprout and more books to come! :D

    Thank you for this Awesome Giveaway!
    clarissa(dot)bulatao(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  64. I see a lot books about zombies and dystopia. And also a lot books into movies. :)

    stephanie.verhaegen@hotmail.com

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  65. I'd like to see less cliché romances and more original concepts with great characters. And with beautiful covers as well :)
    Thanks a lot for the giveaway!

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  66. I think the next YA trend(s) are going to be Merpeople, SciFi, and Fantasy. Thanks!

    laughs4life14(AT)yahoo(DOT)com

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  67. I think that there would be more books coming out in the paranormal romance genre. I agree that zombies, steampunk would be more popular.

    msbookworm22[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  68. I think the dystopian trend will probably ending soon. I'm hoping for lots of mythology inspired books or new takes on old classics.

    throuthehaze at gmail dot com

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  69. I see more fairy tale retellings coming along! My email is pnh002@gmail.com!

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  70. Oh, I see I see! Ummm, there will be a loooot of books with romance in them. Also I see a bunch of dystopian stories, fanfasies.

    verusbognar (at) gmail (dot) com

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  71. What I hope to see is less love triangles, I'm tired of them! I also hope there will be more YA SciFi.
    kim-wi(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  72. My book!!! :P I have to write it first though.
    veronicam46 at hotmail dot com

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  73. I'd love to see more time travel books! And I hope the dystpoia trend doesn't end, because I love those :D

    kim3317 at hotmail dot com

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  74. I would love to see more zombie romance novels like the Daniel Waters series Generation Dead. I know zombies have been having a big break as of late, but i want to see more!

    Thanks for the giveaway =D

    -Becky
    @bookbitereviews
    bookbitereviews@gmail.com

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  75. I would love to see more Steampunk! I've always found this genre to be intriguing! :))

    Thanks for the awesome giveaway!
    kristen10horses[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  76. I see more dystopia novels. Love them!

    katieamanda1(at)yahoo(dot)com

    Thanks!

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  77. I want more dystopian novels like "awaken" by katie kacvinsky. Or more originality.

    also, issues like bullying/suicide being brought to light in creative and helpful ways, such as: 13 reasons why by jay asher.

    twitter: @nicolemardell

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  78. I would like to see more silly fluffy reads. I am getting a little sick of Paranormal (gasp sorry). I read a lot of adult romances so I turn to YA for a quick fun read. I love the silliness of youth in books.

    hrtansoul@gmail.com

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  79. I'd like to see more dragons and mermaids, and historical fiction.

    thejessiebelle@gmail.com

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  80. Oh! Dragons would be fricking awesome. I can't wait to see more Mermaids! There's already so many good releases this year of them and I cannot wait for more! :)

    dontkillkittens8@Netscape.net

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  81. I see Snow White being attacked. The predators are large, so many colors, smell delicious. They are... they are... HAMBURGERS!!!!

    -story of my life

    ajiehuang1997 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  82. I see a rise in fairy tale retellings and a decrease in vampire stories. The stories about shifters will be more about different unexpected creatures - not wolves. I also think we'll have more zombie/magic storys out there...

    And more mermaids. Mermaids are awesome and underappriciated.

    - Kate

    kashtastic@gmail.com

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  83. I see more great books in YA's future. YA steampunk, Ya historicals, YA urban fantasy and YA paranormals to name a few.
    (\___/)
    (='.'=)
    (")_(")

    alterlisa AT yahoo DOT com

    http://lisaslovesbooksofcourse.blogspot.com/

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  84. I know it has been said but zombies for sure. There just aren't enough good zombie books yet!

    drinkshrunkentears at gmail dot com

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  85. I've been getting into reading a couple of different types of books; ones with witches, Greek mythology and retelling of fairy tales or classics (like Jane Austen). So, I'd like to see more of any of those types of books. I agree with another poster, I'd also love to see more steampunk.

    Thanks for the giveaway.

    geoarchs(at)gmail(dot)com

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  86. I see a dramatic drop in the vampire novels! I also see more books with dragons :)

    jaidahsmommy(at)comcast(dot)jet

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  87. I see that in a couple of years werewolf and also angel stories will become very popular among both readers and authors. But before that YA sci-fi stories will be the hit.

    spamscape [at] gmail [dot] com

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  88. I see stronger and more mature female and male protagonists in YA genre, especially with a rise in fantasty stories. Adults and teens can connect with them.

    Cambonified(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  89. BRAIN??? The glass ball can get inside someone's head and see the brain? Yuck!!! A zombie just grabbed it from some poor guy's head and this glass ball was zoom it in.

    BWRAAINNN!!!

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  90. I've noticed a return to paranormal, vampires particularly recently. It seems like the dystopian novels are slowing a little. I would love to see more witches (my personal favorite) and historical romance, which there never is enough of.

    tressa dot sherman at hotmail dot com

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  91. I see that in any genre of YA books there will be great books coming in the future

    spicedice45@gmail.com

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  92. yup, it will be more zombies ^^ but also mermaids and stuff - and i like the whole alien approach - so perhaps some hot e.t XD

    witchvela at web dot de

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  93. I REALLY want to see time-travel make a big appearance and I must admit I love genetic modification and/or body modification. kcarlson1152[at]hotmail.com

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  94. I really want to see less love triangles. They just annoy me :P Would love to see more zombie or mermaid books. Or dragon books! :)

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  95. I see more zombie books definitely!!
    daniellelovesbooks@gmail.com

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  97. I hope to see more romantic sci-fi. I also would like to see more time-travel type books, because historical teen books are the best! Thanks for the giveaway!
    ~Shelby
    http://gobsandgobsofbooks.blogspot.com/
    bookworm12595@yahoo.com

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  98. I'm hoping for a new dragon trend, or some type of martial arts trend. You know, one where girls can actually take care of themselves. :P

    Thanks for having such an awesome giveaway!

    pointy.star@yahoo.com

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  99. I see more dystopian/paranormal books mixed together! There's already been a couple like The Immortal Rules & The Hunt. Thanks for the giveaway!
    addiecupcakez@yahoo.com

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  100. I think (or maybe hope) sometime really soon we're going to get the next BIG thing, and I have no clue what it is. Everything has this feeling of blah laid over it - I enjoy it while reading, but when I finish I start to realize it's the same as I've read before - and I think soon, somebody is going to come up with something completely new we've never seen before. I'd love to see some satire there, and a breaking away from the strictly Paranormal/PNR trend. So here's to the next Harry Potter/Hunger Games/Twilight level big thing, to start up the new trend!

    greenparrot55 [at] hotmail [dot] com

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  101. What I see in the future of YA! I see more kids/adults to read books. They will start to feel that to reading a book is fun and entertaiment. That think is really important.
    Thank you for the giveaway!

    Artemis
    artgiote at gmail dot com

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  102. What I see is less vampire/werewolf or retelling stories. I want to see fresh outlooks and new ideas. More mystery and action than romance and fantasy. I want something that will catch my interests and keep it until the very end.

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  103. I'd love to see less dystopian and vampires/werewolves. Maybe more traditional romance or magical powers types?
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    Laura
    BookcaseLaura (at) gmail (dot) com

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  104. I would love to see more reincarnation novels with twists

    scarlettkitty at hotmail dot com

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  105. I see still lots of dystopian. The whole paranormal activities (LOL) with werevoles and vampires is subsiding, mermaids have increased and ghosts are still going strongly. But...we're all waiting for the next big thing

    aliasgirl at libero dot it

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  106. I want to read about things with wings. Just cause I think it would be great to be able to fly :)
    sarah(dot)elizabeth(dot)bookworm(at)gmail(dot)com

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  107. I see the Bad Boys has taken over town. Jerks are the new black. Paranormal activities going about and contemporary shining brighter than ever. And something... some book/series will be the next Harry Potter ;)

    farah-honey(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  108. I see a lot of post-apocalyptic books (hopefully!!!)

    Email: amanda_ns69@hotmail.com

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  109. i see more paranormal romance books and people to share them with

    isabelle(dot)frisch(at)gmail(dot)com

    thanks you for the giveaway

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  110. I think we're going to see quite a few more fairy tale reimaginings over the next year or two and, of course, more dystopia.

    pherlaithiel (at) gmail (dot) com

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  111. For romance YA novels, I'd love to see stories told from male character's point of view. I'd also love to see epic adventures of siblings, I've always had a fondness for sibling relationships. I'd love if there were retellings of lesser known folk tales from different cultures as well.

    I definitely see dystopian and sci-fi a lot in the future and I'm sure there are going to be more zombie/apocalyptic books.

    Thanks for the giveaway!
    visabellad@gmail.com

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  112. What I *hope* to see is more steampunk. I love the gadgetry and odd fashion. My actual prediction is that we'll ride this wave of dystopian into the ground (like vampires and werewolves) and then we're going to see a period of ghost stories. Okay, I'll admit that the last one is also one I *hope* to see. I LOVE ghost stories!

    whatinabox at gmail dot com

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  113. I can see a lot more dual/multiple POV novels coming out. There have definitely been more of them lately and I for one am not complaining :) I can also see a lot of retellings of myths and fairytales surfacing, another thing that I love. Thanks for the giveaway!

    Sonia
    thestoryqueen(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  114. I hope and want to see more of paranormal but less in the werewolves and vampires department. More mermaids, witches and other mythical creatures.

    treechanie(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  115. There will be an alien invasion in the future of YA. Alien novels will come to rise.
    Also, there will be an equal opportunity for male and female POVs.
    Dystopian stories still abound and loads of mythology-based stories will take the scene too.

    -Noely Jeleen
    njeleen01(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  116. I hope to see more fairytale re-tellings (yes, I can't get enough!) and definitely more male protagonists!

    Lilian @ A Novel Toybox
    lilianxchengATgmailDOTcom

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  117. more lgbt protaginst in sci fy/ contemp/ fantasy or dysoptia and historicals



    student.captino[at]gmail[com]

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  118. I see in the future of YA the elements of mystery and crime.

    aikychien at yahoo dot com

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  119. I see more POVs of male characters or at least alternating POVs and also post-apocalyptic or zombie books!
    laceyblossom@yahoo.com

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  120. more paranormals!!

    Froggy
    froggarita@gmail.com

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  121. Dragons! And probably loads more dystopian, but if it's written well then I don't mind.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

    jessicamariesutton(at)msn(dot)com

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  122. Definitely more dystopian and futuristic novels. I love those!
    lexie.bookbug at gmail dot com

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  123. I trend I see in the future of YA (or a trend I WANT To see) is more NEW adult books (books with main characters out of high school so 17+ year olds) I would like more mature YA books, especially since college kids deserve their books, don't they?

    purplebull@hotmail.com
    Racquel @ The Book Barbies♥
    -thank you&come again.

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  124. I'd like to see more psychic type novels. I really enjoy those the most. Thanks!
    michedt at yahoo dot com

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  125. I'd like less love triangles!
    They get so boring.

    sondok@msn.com

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