In the footsteps of many fellow book lovers, I have fallen into the trap of becoming an English Literature major at my university. But I did this because: 1) I like books in general, 2) I want to write books in my future, and 3) there was literally no other choice!
This post was supposed to be up during October 2018, but now... here we are. Very late, but it's finally here! Featuring at least one meme and very factual canon!
I asked, you answered, and now, here it is... Part II of my "Things I Should Have Known" series! 😊 A few months ago, I made a post about things I wish I had known when I started blogging. I asked if y'all wanted another post about those kinds of things, and some of you said "yes"! I'm so glad that someone was inspired by that post, and I hope that you all can get something out of this one, as well.
I've been thinking about this question a lot. Is there a limit to how many main characters should be in a book or series? Is it three? Six? Fifteen?
As someone who is currently writing a “Young Adult” novel, and someone who also loves to read YA, I just have one quick question.... What exactly makes a novel Young Adult?