Six Tips for Writing Young Adult Novels. by Nora Raleigh Baskin. I didn’t start out writing for children. Like many of my fellow young adult/middle-grade authors, I spent quite a few years (five) writing adult fiction before getting published. Young Adult fiction, or YA, is one of the most vibrant, fun, emotionally engaging genres out there. Young Adult explores topics many genres won’t touch; it joins on the journey of personal growth and Bildungsroman (read: “coming of age”) that we all struggle through. It doesn’t hurt that.
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Young Adult (YA) literature has become increasingly popular over the last few years. It’s probably because “Twilight,” “Hunger Games,” “Divergent,” “The Fault in Our Stars” and a handful of other YA books have been turned into movies. I like to think that’s the case because the books were great stories. Say what you want about [ ]. Nov 25, · Young Adult is perhaps the largest category of new fiction today. Or, to put it another way, writing young adult fiction seems to be at an all-time high. There’s something about adolescence — coming of age, first loves, first triumphs, loss of innocence — that makes it the perfect backdrop for raw, honest storytelling.
Jun 30, · It’s what makes YA fiction so difficult, but so satisfying, to get right. For more in the ‘golden rules’ series check out The 3 golden rules of writing a science fiction book, or for more on young adult fiction try The ultimate guide to writing awesome Young Author: Robert Wood. Oct 22, · Young-adult fiction, commonly called "YA fiction," has exploded over the past decade or so: The number of YA titles published grew more than Author: Nolan Feeney.