Find Your Name for Every Genre

Find Your Name for Every Genre

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Oh barrette cat, none of us can. That’s what generators are for! This maybe has limited utility for actual character naming, but they’re so fun. Plus, you can always pick another name to remix for characters you’re writing.   Star Wars Image via Know Your Meme Who doesn’t want to be a jedi, especially with all the recent movies. We’ve all known what color our lightsaber would be since we were like four, but now you can also know what your name would be! Overall a pretty good generator, though what I got could’ve been more punchy. It doesn’t help …

5 YA Genres That Are Totally Dead

5 YA Genres That Are Totally Dead

Young adult fiction is undeniably one of the most popular genres of all time. It was first categorized around the 1930s with Lauren Ingalls Wilder’s series Little House on the Prairie. Teachers and librarians were slow to accept books intended for younger readers, but young adult books today focus on issues in society with such a passion that even older adults love to read them. YA subgenres have ebbed and flowed over the years, and the two ever-reigning subgenres seem to be fantasy and contemporary fiction. You can always find a unique new release of a fantasy novel or a …