I discovered my first YA book when I was 13, fell in love and never looked back. Those characters and their writers shaped me in ways that I could never fully articulate or repay. And in writing books myself, I just wanted to give something back. What I never expected was that I’d discover this…
I’ve heard such great things about OPEN ROAD SUMMER that I just have to share. Can’t wait to read it!
Updated: 3/22/14 Now that I’m updating this list, I wanted to make something clear: the intention of this post is not to sensationalize these authors, or to cast them as prodigies, or anything like…
Just in case anyone is feeling a little discouraged at the moment, here is our list of 70+ books by teen authors. Basically: you got this!
In France, it’s now illegal to check work emails past 6 p.m.
…I’ll take one for homework please and thank you
In case you missed it yesterday!
(So after nearly a year of infrequent posting, TCWT is finally back—for real this time! I’ve missed this blog, and I’ve missed you guys, and I’m really excited to be returning. To give a quick upd…
*NEVER SLEEPS AGAIN*
What a slut time is. She screws everybody.
—John Green, The Fault in Our Stars
Hey guys! So today we have a very special guest in our presence, which means: EVERYONE, ACT NORMALLY. (And hide the dead bodies.)
But seriously, I’m absolutely thrilled to have the honor of interviewing Vahini Naidoo, author of Fall To Pieces, a YA contemporary novel releasing from Marshall Cavendish on October 2nd, 2012. Here’s the blurb:
When your best friend dies, you’re supposed to know what…