In November 2009, St. Martin’s Press teamed up with book blogger Georgia McBride to run a contest for aspiring New Adult fiction authors. Little did they know that this simple idea would set the stage for something much bigger than they could have ever imagined.
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With autumn just around the corner, we have every excuse to look into these new releases, grab one, and settle into a blanket cocoon with said book.
It’s happening, people!! The fourth book in the ‘A Court of Thorns and Roses’ series releases January 2021!
If you’re a twenty-something like me, you’ve probably read New Adult novels before—maybe without even knowing it. New Adult is a genre that has only cropped up in recent years. St. Martin Press is credited with the term, using it in their 2009 contest seeking “great, new, cutting edge YA with protagonists who are slightly older and can appeal to an adult audience,” according to a Writer’s Digest post from 2009. St. Martin’s Press described the work they were seeking as “kind of an ‘older YA’ or ‘new adult’” (Writer’s Digest). While New Adult fiction has grown significantly since then, …