Laini Taylor’s Strange the Dreamer
Some of the best fantasy writers out there are writing for the teenage crowd, and that’s great news both for readers and moviegoers.
Stephen Chbosky's YA novel The Perks of Being a Wallflower<
Yesterday, Twitter honored The Hate U Give
Wattpad is the perfect website for avid readers and writers as it is a self-publishing site that gives writers a platform, while always giving readers free and new material to read.
David Levithan’s bestselling YA novel Every Day is becoming a movie, and it has everything good things have. One, it’s about a girl who falls in love with a spirit. Two, the spirit changes people’s bodies every day.
Admit it, as a reader you've judged anything book-related from authors to characters. We all have our own opinions on which author is better, which character needs to go to a dark cave and never return, and which genre is the ultimate supreme.
These young authors have accomplished something quite incredible, having taken the time out of their busy teenage schedules to, I don't know, become published authors.
1. Christopher Paolini