Whether you’re just getting into YA or you’re a long-time reader, you’ll want to add these titles to your shelves. Enjoy browsing through the gallery to view the books listed in alphabetical order by title.
Take a peek at this stab at listing the 30 Best YA Novels of All Time.
You would think our sole purpose as writers at these panels is to broaden the understanding of white people, when we could you know, talk about writing. Worse, it’s the same talk we gave last year, and the year before that, and the year before that one, going back years, and decades. Either we’re not speaking loud enough, or clear enough, or maybe nobody is listening. Maybe a diversity panel should be all white.
Marlon James is done talking about diversity.
Fans hoping to see LGBT representation in the upcoming spin-offs to the Harry Potter franchise may be in luck, as JK Rowling revealed Albus Dumbledore’s past will be the focus of future installments of the Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them series.
That it will be “the focus” is especially interesting.