It’s no secret that I have been screaming about, crying about, and shoving all of Adam Silvera’s books into the arms of unsuspecting strangers at the library since I read More Happy Than Not when it was first published.
I was inspired by a post on Pottermore, and since I love Harry Potter and most of the characters, I figured it was only a matter of time before I made a post like this!
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?
Hey! How is everyone doing today? How is your June so far? I hope you're relaxing, even just a little bit, because you deserve it.
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?