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?
This is only my second post in this series, and I've already come to the conclusion that I was an extremely dramatic child.
Some people think that if kids experience "unrealistic" stories from a young age, they will grow up thinking that those stories accurately represent their future lives. But is any of this true?
Don't panic, I promise there are no spoilers for anything in this post! But are YOU posting any spoilers?
Plot twists are common in books these days, but not all plot twists are executed well. But what exactly is a plot twist? And why do we care about them so much?