It’s a Reading thing, not a Girl or Boy thing.

During my normal rounds this AM of the interweb I discovered this post, by author  D.S. Cahr, about publishers marketing YA books largely to girls. This is not new news, but I thought I’d add my (brief) two-cents. Make sure to check out the link above, and learn more about the author’s book The Secret […]

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Processes

I’m doing this workshop with author Nova Ren Suma. If you don’t know her books yet, or haven’t found her blog, you can follow my links below. She is brilliant, as a writer, and supremely cool as a person. Nova stuff: Blog Goodreads for her books Imaginary Girls and 17 & Gone  Twitter handle @novaren Someone in […]

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Road Trip Wednesday #175: Kickstart

Road Trip Wednesday is a ‘Blog Carnival,’ where YA Highway’s contributors post a weekly writing- or reading-related question that begs to be answered. We,the bloggers who love YA Highway, post our response and then link it in the comments of the YA Highway site. Pretty fun! This weeks topic: The Veronica Mars Kickstarter success makes us […]

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Top Five YA Crushes

I’m borrowing this idea from another YA writers blog earlier this week. You can check out her post here. We all read YA for different reasons. For me, a big draw to this genre is the feels. I love how romance plays into the plots of YA novels. I largely read fantasy and paranormal (and all […]

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Road Trip Wednesday #174: Fictional Meanderings

Road Trip Wednesday is a ‘Blog Carnival,’ where YA Highway’s contributors post a weekly writing- or reading-related question that begs to be answered. We,the bloggers who love YA Highway, post our response and then link it in the comments of the YA Highway site. Pretty fun! This Week’s Topic: If you could visit any country with […]

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