The best of YA #womeninfiction

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On Saturday night, the book community on Twitter decided to celebrate the voices of #womeninfiction. Thousands of Tweets poured into the hashtag, with users celebrating the various women of all shapes and sizes and personalities across all genres.

This, of course, included YA women and girls – and we mean by the dozen! YA bloggers, authors and readers all poured their hearts into their Tweets, sharing their favorite characters and why they loved them. Can you name them all? How many favorites do you share?

Who would you add to the list? Sound off in the comments below!

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Nicole Brinkley

Nicole is the editor of YA Interrobang. She has short hair and loves dragons. The rest changes without notice. Follow her on Twitter at @nebrinkley or Tumblr at nebrinkley. Like her work? Leave her a tip.

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  1. Celaena Sardothian from “Throne of Glass” for being badass in more ways than one. Clary from The Mortal Instruments series for realizing her true potential. Daenerys Targaryen from A Song of Ice and Fire series for never backing down from anything.