Here you can find so many book recommendations and reviews from the WordNerds. To watch all of them, use the embedded playlist. To find a specific type of book recommendation, use the list below or the search bar.
Emma Gisclair talks about #OwnVioces, its importance in the bookish world, and gives some #OwnVoices book recs.
Rachel Sargeant recommends two great contemporary YA reads–Geekerella by Ashley Poston, and Ramona Blue by Julie Murphy.
Emma Gisclair reviews A WHOLE NEW WORLD by Liz Braswell, FROM A DISTANT STAR by Karen McQuestion, and THE SCORPIO RULES by Erin Bow.
Emma Gisclair loves The Raven Cycle. You probably would too.
Emma Gisclair shares 4 early 2017 reads that you need to check out.
Kellie Sheridan has the BIGGEST WORDNERDS REVIEW VIDEO YET! Here’s reviews of 75 YA books!
Emma Gisclair shares some books that are great for reading during NaNoWriMo.
Emma Gisclair talks about ACROSS THE UNIVERSE by Beth Revis.
Emma Gisclair recommends some audiobooks.
Emma Gisclair gives two spoiler-free reviews for the audiobook editions of EXIT, PURSUED BY A BEAR by E. K. Johnston, and ANNA DRESSED IN BLOOD by Kendare Blake.
Kellie Sheridan shares some audiobooks worth listening to.
Emma Gisclair reviews two sequels–SHADOW SCALE by Rachel Hartman and FIREFIGHT by Brandon Sanderson.
Calyn Morgan shares her bucket list as part of her review of SIDE EFFECTS MAY VARY by Julie Murphy.
Emma Gisclair recommends some of her favorite books from her childhood.
Kellie Sheridan talks about Jennifer L. Armentrout and her COVENANT series.
Emma Gisclair shares what she’s currently reading and what books got her out of her reading rut.
Erica Crouch talks about what she’s read, what she is reading, and what she will be reading.
Desiraye Williams shares some awesome nonfiction books.
Emma shares some of her favorite contemporary novels.
Erica Crouch shares what she’s reading in a totally-normal-not-weird-at-all way.
Emma Gisclair recommends two fairy tale retellings.
Kellie Sheridan shares some of her favorite contemporary books.
Erica Crouch shares three of her favorite first books in series that have strong female leads.
Kellie Sheridan gives quick reviews of SIX OF CROWS by Leigh Bardugo, STATION ELEVEN by Emily St. John Mandel, THE UPSIDE OF UNREQUITED by Becky Albertalli, and MISTBORN by Brandon Sanderson.
Meghan Jashinsky talks about Kellie Sheridan’s book, FOUR OF A KIND, and gives away a copy!
Kellie Sheridan recommends some graphic novels.
E. Latimer eats candy and gives some Halloween book recommendations.
Emma Gisclair recommends some books to get you in the Halloween spirit.
Emma Gisclair shares some books she read while the WordNerds were on hiatus.
Emma Gisclair recommends some historical novels.
Rachel Sargeant gives some book recs based on other popular YA titles that you probably like!
Meghan Jashinsky adored ILLUMINAE by Amie Kauffman and Jay Kristoff. Spoiler free!
Rachel Sargeant shares six intimidatingly huge book recommendations.
Kellie Sheridan talks about the books that have knocked her socks off (so far) in the year 2016. Part 1: Part 2:
Kristen Martin–author and booktuber–shares some of her favorite reads!
In this Sunday Special Live chat, the WordNerds talk about all things spooky in YA lit. And also life.
Recorded by Kellie Sheridan while at the AdAstra sci-fi convention in Toronto, several authors share their Young Adult book recs.
Erica shares what she has read, what she is reading, and what she plans to read next.
Kellie Sheridan recommends some books that are great ones for when you want to keep reading, but also it’s NaNoWriMo and you are creatively exhausted.
Emma Gisclair gives three book recommendations.
Erica Crouch talks about poetry (particularly Robert Frost) and is excited for her sister’s birthday!
Rachel Sargeant shares her top five favorite stand-alones–and only a few of them are contemporary novels. 🙂
Kellie Sheridan talks about reading those old favorites that she already knows she loves.
Kellie Sheridan shares some must-read indie published YA books.
Kellie Sheridan shares some adult books that YA fans might enjoy.
E. Latimer shares some of her favorite recent reads.
Emma Gisclair recommends THE GENTLEMAN’S GUIDE TO VICE AND VIRTUE by Mackenzi Lee.
Erica Crouch recommends some series that have steamy romances.
Calyn Morgan and the rest of the WordNerds received ARCs of DAMSEL DISTRESSED by Kelsey Macke and LOVED IT. Here Calyn does the Say Yes to Distressed tag and talks about how amazing the book is.
Desiraye Williams talks about a few popular book series that she will not be reading to the end.
Meghan Jashinsky reviews DENTON LITTLE’S DEATH DATE by Lance Rubin.
Emma Gisclair recommends some standalone novels.
Meghan Jashinsky recommends supporting some of the Strange Chemistry authors because of the closure of the publishing house.
Calyn Morgan talks about the classics and rectifying the lack of classics she has read.
Meghan Jashinsky loves THE DIVINERS by Libba Bray and thinks you would too.
Kellie Sheridan put off reading THE GLASS SENTENCE by S. E. Grove for far too long, but now she has read it! Here is her review.
Emma Gisclair gives spoiler free reviews of THE ROSE AND THE DAGGER by Renee Ahdieh and SUFFER LOVE by Ashley Herring Blake.
Erica Crouch talks about how awesome THESE BROKEN STARS by Amie Kauffman and Meagan Spooner is. Spoiler free!
Rachel Sargeant shares three books that have really impressed her lately.
Erica Crouch shares some reads that she thinks are underrated.
In this Sunday Special live chat, the WordNerds talk about the books that they love that aren’t getting enough buzz!
Erica Crouch talks about WE WERE LIARS by E. Lockhart.
Erica shares what she’s reading.
Kellie Sheridan takes YOUR recommendations for what should be her next read.
Kellie Sheridan gives some recs of what to read after you finish ALLEGIANT by Veronica Roth.
Kellie Sheridan shares some recommendations of books to read during National Novel Writing Month.
E. Latimer shares some book recs for the winter time.
Kellie Sheridan decided to read one book recommended by each of the WordNerds this year–here’s what they recommended to her.
Meghan Jashinsky gives some non-dystopalyptic book recs.