4 YA Book Trends to Look for in 2015 Tired of dystopia?
Over the “sick lit” craze? Ready for a new wave of vampire books? If you answered yes to these questions (I was just kidding about that last one), then you’ll be happy to know that young adult fiction has some new topics and trends coming atcha in 2015! As a YA book blogger, it’s my job (minus the getting paid part) to tell you that the next big book themes of the year will be... These books center on main characters who are on the wrong side of the law. Tangled Webs by Lee Bross - Lady A is the most notorious blackmailer in the city.
Over the last few years, fairy tales and classic literary stories have been retold with a YA twist. Crimson Bound by Rosamund Hodge - From the author of a Cruel Beauty (a favorite of mine this year), comes a story inspired by Little Red Riding Hood complete with dark magic, deadly secrets and forbidden love.A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Presidents Day, Lgbt and George Washington. Best YA Nonfiction. But I HATE to Read!, Teens @ Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. Reviews. The 11 best YA books of 2015. See full review of The Art of Being Normal • Buy The Art of Being Normal by Lisa Williamson from Telegraph Books "Let's make it a school day, Mickey.
" "Rather than a wardrobe day. " "Exactly" That's just one small example of the moving dialogue between 15-year-old Mickey, the protagonist of Tim Bowler's new YA novel, and his younger sister Maggie. . • Buy Game Changer by Tim Bowler from Telegraph Books • How to write a dystopian YA novel in 10 easy steps In her debut YA novel, Sarah Benwell follows Japanese teenager, Sora, as he comes to terms with a diagnosis of the terrible Lou Gehrig disease (the medical name is Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis). Read our full review on the YA Facebook page • Buy The Last Leaves Falling by Sarah Benwell from Telegraph Books Teenagers Stewart and Ashley are thrown together when their parents fall in love. 2015 Debut YA Books to Get Excited About. Not to cause a panic, but…THERE ARE A MILLION YOUNG ADULT BOOKS COMING OUT NEXT YEAR!
Luckily for you, I’ve narrowed down the 2015 YA debut books and series to 16 book that I think are going to be truly awesome. 13 2015 YA Novels to Be Excited For, Because You'll Need a Good Book This Winter. I’ve barely gotten over just how amazing 2014 was for young adult literature, and now I’m neck-deep in YA books coming out next year that I want to jump up and down about.
So many of our favorite 2014 authors and books have follow-ups or sequels coming after the new year — Jenny Han, Danielle Paige, Cassandra Clare, Kiera Cass, Marissa Meyer, and I’m just rattling these off the top of my head. And there are some buzz-worthy debuts coming to you, too. Best YA Romance Books of 2014. The Book Addict's "GUIDE" to "Crossover" Books! More and more lately I’ve been really getting into making infographics and recommendation guides.
I had a blast making my first two recommendation guides — contemporary and paranormal, sci-fi, fantasy — and I really wanted to make a new one, but with a few genres down, I wasn’t sure where to start again. The Periodic Table of Epic Reads. We’re about to blind you with some science. Okay, that is a total lie. There is no science at all in our periodic table, just books. . . lots and lots of BOOKS. Prepare your shelves accordingly, but because this might give you some ideas on what to pick up during your next trip to the bookstore!
Let this periodic table serve as a guide into the depths of the world of Epic Reads. What books do we publish? Before you browse through the table, here are some fun facts we discovered while putting it together. 1.) 2.) 25 Books For The Fantasy Newbie. I’m known as the “fantasy” girl in my book club because I devour fantasy books like no other.
It’s always been my favorite genre. I’ve noticed a lot of hesitance in the blogging community when it comes to fantasy stories. Sometimes the reason is the length, sometimes it’s because so many fantasy stories are series, and other times it seems to be because of a worry that the reader won’t be able to get into a fantasy world. Well, I’m here with a list of stories that are guaranteed to make you fall in love with all kinds of made-up worlds. All the books listed below are epic and wonderful and my own personal favorites. PS. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. Fictional Fright - 10 of the Scariest YA Reads -
Top Ten Tuesday 10 Books That’ll Have You Sleeping With The Lights On Did you know that every month that starts on a Sunday has a Friday the 13th?
Yeah, me neither.