2016 Fantasy Extravaganza Author Selection

Hey guys, I know I've been kind of MIA for a while, school is rather nuts and actually having time to do anything other than work on homework is something of a miracle, but I have managed to squirrel away a few minutes here and there to think about some upcoming features on the blog I'm hoping to work on later this year.  If you were with me last year you probably remember a series of interviews I did with authors that I dubbed the Fantasy Extravaganza, and I decided that since it was so much fun and everyone seemed to really enjoy it that I would do the same thing again this year, but instead of flailing around last minute I decided I would 1) start early and 2) get your input on who you want to see me interview!  So to that effect I've put together a list of 2016 YA fantasy novels (and their authors) that I thought you all might be interested in.  All you have to do is fill out the form I've embedded into the post below and tell me who YOU want to see interviews (and probably giveaways) with.  Pretty simple, right?  I've also added a small space at the bottom of the form so you can write in any authors/titles that I may have missed, because with all of the awesome fantasy books out this year I'm positive I missed at least a few.

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