Joshua Flores

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Joshua Flores currently lives in Tustin, CA, and attends Arnold O. Beckman High School. When he is not busy doing homework or cramming for math tests, he can be found dreaming up ideas for his book, obsessing over YA fiction, attending book signings, or discovering new and exciting places in LA. He is currently an editor for the Entertainment section of The Beckman Chronicle and a contributing editor for the blog Food, Fitness and Fiction. Follow him on Instagram and on the blog Food, Fitness and Fiction to hear more about anything book related.

Tessa is leaving the past behind and going off to college, distancing herself from her high school boyfriend and her overbearing mother. She pictures...

Victoria Lee’s The Fever King delivers a powerful, haunting, and inventive new perspective on a possible future for America, one filled with death and...

Max and Jordan don’t meet on a blind date or at a coffee shop or in any romantic situation at all. Their love story...

Stella and Will both suffer from Cystic Fibrosis—CF for short. Confined to the hospital and only experiencing the world from behind window panes, the...

What first inspired you to write historical fiction, specifically for young adult audiences? YA and historical fiction are a perfect fit because so much in...

Jared Eamons is the son of a pastor and is raised in a conservative home, the Bible being the focal point of his life....

Alex’s life is about to unravel. His family dynamics are complicated at best, the men in his family have begun dying at young ages...

Jessica Brody, author of Boys of Summer and Unremembered, brings YA audiences a novel about rekindled love, unconventional family situations, and a classic romantic...

"Talent comes everywhere, but having something to say and a way to say it so that people listen to it, that's a whole other...

Does love just happen, or are certain loves just meant to be? Becky Albertalli and Adam Silvera's new YA novel, What If It’s Us,...