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Do you know any other YA novels with social media playing an important role in the plot?

I’m writing a post for YALSA’s The Hub about YA novels in which social media plays a large role in the plot. 

Here’s the list I have so far, but I wanted to see if anyone else knew of others? 

Blogging

Gossip Girl by Cecily von Ziegesar

blog about gossip

Great by Sara Benincasa

fashion blog

Don’t Call Me Baby by Gwendolyn Heasley

daughter of mommy blogger

Facebook

Going Vintage by Lindsey Leavitt

shuns technology after discovering boyfriend has secret online girlfriend

The Future of Us by Jay Asher and Carolyn Macker

kids in 1996 see the future via an AOL disc

Unfriended by Rachel Vail

drama on social media

#scandal by Sarah Ockler

drama and cheating on Facebook

Twitter

#16thingsithoughtweretrue by Janet Gurtler

twitter obsessed girl

Followers by Anna Davies

horror

Future

Feed by M.T. Anderson

internet/social networking implanted in brain

Free to Fall by Lauren Miller

app that makes all your decisions

Extras by Scott Westerfeld

social media as currency

Virality

To Kill the Mockingbird by Paul Acampora

I haven’t read this, but it seems like an internet campaign to get a town excited about books, possibly inspired by that Trent Michigan banned books/library funding social media campaign?

Any others I’m forgetting?  

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EVERY TIME SOMEONE ASKS ‘WHERE I SEE MYSELF’ IN FIVE YEARS

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I’m just like:

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Moving into this beautiful new building starting this week!  (at Lawrence Public Library)

Moving into this beautiful new building starting this week! (at Lawrence Public Library)

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UPDATE: #LeaveTheBlueHenListAlone Giveaway!

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In very exciting news:

The wonderful Erin Jade Lange and Rainbow Rowell are donating signed copies of their novels—Butter and Eleanor and Park, respectively—to the #LeaveTheBlueHenListAlone giveaway.

A big, big thanks to both of them for being so generous!

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If you haven’t…

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