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Chapter 1 - Part 12

“I asked you, if you know anything about this, young man.”

He quickly shook his head. “No, sir.”

His father frowned.


Day 22 out of 30.

Dream’s Bridge by T. Edward Redd

Dreams of a Mysterious Girl Continued.

The quiet ride on the semi-busy highway lasted for a half hour. No one spoke a word except for Riley singing to herself. 1,898 more words

Middle Grade vs. Young Adult

Hey, guys! The theme for May is “Non-YA Novels.”

I’ll be honest: I read and write very little that isn’t Young Adult fiction. For the most part, this is because I adore YA and there’s so much of it out there that I have no reason to branch out beyond it. 686 more words


Interview, Elizabeth Wein

I was super excited to speak with Elizabeth Wein, who writes these wonderful historical novels for young adults about women pilots during World War II. She is the author of… 30 more words

Days of Blood and Starlight and Dreams of Gods and Monsters by Laini Taylor

I read and loved Daughter of Smoke and Bone the year it came out. I can’t believe it’s been four years since then! I don’t know why I put off reading its sequels, I think I wanted to wait until the trilogy is finished so I can read all three books together. 618 more words


The Door That Led to Where by Sally Gardner

Sally Gardner is one of our greatest, most intelligent writers, and everything I’ve read by her has been bright and textured and gripping, and when… 587 more words

Young Adult Fiction

All The Bright Places by: Jennifer Niven

“The world breaks everyone, and afterward many are strong at the broken places”  -Ernest Hemingway.

  All The Bright Places, begins with the charming, charismatic, and incredibly talented Theodore Finch standing on a sixth-story ledge of a bell tower, looking for a reason not to jump. 208 more words

All The Bright Places