Hey everyone!

I'm back with two things ... first, the revelation of the top twenty heroes nominated for the tourney, then, the advocate sign-ups.






In alphabetical order (which means it's not the by # of nominations, on purpose):

Andrew - The Edge of Never by J.A. Redmerski
Cam - Wait For You by J. Lynn
Chase - Taking Chances by Molly McAdams
Colt - Charade by Nyrae Dawn
Drew - One Week Girlfriend by Monica Murphy
Garrick - Losing It by Cora Carmack
Hunter - My Favorite Mistake by Chelsea M. Cameron
Kayden - The Coincidence of Callie and Kayden by Jessica Sorensen
Kellan - Thoughtless by S.C. Stephens
Lucas - Easy by Tammara Webber
Matt - Flat Out Love by Jessica Park
Quin - Descension by B.C. Burgess
Remy - REAL by Katy Evans
Rule - Rule by Jay Crownover
Rush - Fallen Too Far by Abbi Glines
Travis - Beautiful Disaster by Jamie McGuire
Trent - Ten Tiny Breaths by K.A. Tucker
Tristan - Promise by Kristie Cook
Ull - Elsker by S.T. Bende
Will - Slammed by Colleen Hoover
CONGRATS TO THESE GREAT HEROES AND THEIR CREATORS ;)



Moving on ...

**PLEASE READ THIS ENTIRE POST BEFORE YOU FILL OUT THE FORM TO BE AN ADVOCATE!**

An advocate has a very special job in the tournament. They basically hold the tournament on their shoulders, and YA Sisterhood guarantees it really has been them that have made their tournaments such a success. In the past, advocates of the YA Crush Tourney have stayed up all night and worked tirelessly to cheer their crushes onto victory. They have gathered street teams, made videos, created icons, wrote poems, and basically have just blown everyone away with their creativity and hard work. Many of the advocates also make life-long friends with people that share a love a these characters and even become very close with the authors. So all in all, the advocates are the true heroes/heroines of these tournaments.

With all this being said, being an advocate is amazingly fun but also a lot of work. Be prepared to put in time and effort if you are going to sign-up for this. There are a few things we will require of advocates. We do require that you have read the book of the crush you are wanting to advocate for, have an active blog and have a twitter account. So much that occurs in the tournament is on twitter, so it is vital that you have a twitter account. Facebook is not a requirement but that is always a plus to have another venue to attract voters. Last year the YA Crush Tourney had over double the amount of advocates sign-up than they needed. Because of that, not everyone will be chosen and some really great people/blogs could possibly be left out. There are many things that go into the process of deciding, but please know that we'll spend many hours laboring over these choices. We also encourage street teams. We want people to team up and help out these advocates, so if we are not able to offer you an advocate position, please go join a team and help your crush(es) out that way. Also, if you have any questions on what to do as an advocate, go take a look through the posts of old YA Crush Tournaments.  That will give a good idea on what your job will entail.

Besides the advocates, we may chose 5 pinch hitters--these bloggers will step up in case an advocate forgets to send his/her post to us in time.

ADVOCATE SIGN-UPS WILL ONLY BE OPEN FOR 4 DAYS (CLOSES JUNE 15TH, 11:59PM EST)! PLEASE SPREAD THE WORD!


If we haven't scared you away by now, please fill out this form:




Applications for tourney advocates are now closed :)




Cheers, 

 
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