If you’re like me, you are always searching for new books to read. When I was a teen, I couldn’t find much for Christian YA fiction. Now that I’ve been trolling blogs and following threads online, I’ve found a number of authors and books that I wish I’d known about years ago.
To help all of you along, I’ve added a YA Fiction Finder set of pages. All the books on these pages are ones that I’ve personally read since I don’t want to recommend a book to all my readers that I haven’t read myself. I’ve also added a few links to a few other places to find more Christian YA books. I’ve organized my pages by both genre and author so that you can look it up either way.
I plan to add to these pages as I discover and read more books so check back frequently!
So without more introduction, my YA Christian Fiction Finder!
Any books that you’d recommend that you don’t see on my pages?
Wow, Tricia! This is wonderful. I’m always looking out for clean YA Christian fiction, and I see a ton of awesome books in your YA Fiction Finder. Thanks so much for putting this together!
I’m glad you like it!
This is awesome Tricia! I actually do have a few books that I would recommend:
The Staff and the Sword trilogy by Patrick W Carr
Dragons in our Midst, and Echos from the Edges series by Bryan Davis
Tales of Goldstone Wood series by Anne Elizabeth Stengl
The Mission League series by Jill Williamson (I assume you just haven’t got around to reading them yet, since you have the rest of her books on there.)
Cloak of the Light by Chuck Black
I’ve read all of the books on your list, except for the first one. We must have good taste. 🙂
Thanks for the book recommendations, Sierra! The Staff and the Sword trilogy, Tales of Goldstone Wood, and The Mission League series are all on my TBR pile. I haven’t heard of the other ones. I’ll have to add those as well! 🙂
Hi, Tricia! What a great resource you have compiled!
I found your blog on Go Teen Writers, and immediately clicked on it, thinking “who put up a link to my blog?” 😀 My blog has the same name as yours! Anyway, I’m glad I found your blog. Keep writing!
I’m glad you found my blog! I’ll have to check yours out too. Did you post a link on Go Teen Writers?
Hey! Visiting from the GTW’s link-up.
I think that’s great that you’re helping people find good books! I totally know the feeling. I would have been delighted to have this blog at my fingertips five years ago. (Ok, ok, I’ll still be happy to have it!)
Thanks so much! I’m glad you enjoyed the Fiction Finder, and I hope to continue to add to it.