young adult novels

• Will I ever disassociate the word “wankers” from Ken Vanderpump? Lingering thoughts: 3. “Silver Springs women! It is a
The award-winning author will release his first novel for young adults next year, and The Huffington Post has an exclusive first look.
"The Hunger Games," "Divergent," "Twilight"...these books are so successful, it's easy to forget they are written for teens. We look at how the YA genre is evolving, its popularity with adults and how male and female writers are treated differently.
Kids these days. Rather than pick up a book -- with pages! -- they busy themselves with nonsensical "reading" on their tablets
Have you ever fallen in love with someone that you shouldn't have? We've all been there, right? And now, thanks to Bloomsbury's new If Only line of young adult romances, you can relive that feeling just in time for the summer reading season
Stephen King said "If you haven't read John Sandford yet, you have been missing one of the great summer-read novelists of all time."
An astronomer, Carl Sagan, once said: "One glance at a book and you hear the voice of another person, perhaps someone dead for 1,000 years. To read is to voyage through time." I think he's right.
In early 2010 I attended an event called "Eat, Love, Write." It was a fundraiser featuring bestselling author Elizabeth Gilbert
Among both readers and critics, Better Nate Than Ever was a smash, and pre-release buzz suggests Five, Six, Seven, Nate! takes
Click through the slideshow below to check out 17 awesome YA novels to read this summer. What's your favorite summer read
From fantasy series like The Mortal Instruments and The Hunger Games, to stand-alone works of fiction like John Green's The
LL: I don't set out with an agenda when I write a book. I create a character and want to tell a good story. With "The Giver
Try asking an adult who wanders into our Young Adult section if you can help them find something, and most of the time you get an awkward shrug or a nervous laugh, followed by an "oh, no, I just like reading this stuff...
For me, reading YA is like having a candy bar in the middle of my lifelong diet. Here are my top picks for grown-ups who sometimes wish they could recapture their teen years or who just like reading about adolescence.
What would happen if global warming continued to the point where resistance to deadly solar radiation determined class and beauty? This is the future we encounter in Victoria Foyt's captivating new novel, Revealing Eden.
It is perhaps unsurprising that 25-year-old Alexandra Monir has already released her first novel. But when one realizes she also wrote and recorded songs to complement it, and that she's penning her second book, it's hard not to be impressed.
Those who inhabit the rarefied world of Michael R. Bloomberg, with all its perks and payouts, have long adhered to a strict
One of the most popular events at the annual book trade show is Author Speed Dating. This 90-minute event gives authors three minutes to pitch their book with a table of potential readers and book buyers.
Many have credited her with beginning a whole new industry, the Young Adult or YA novel which has opened up many doors for