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Sci-Fi Author Ann Leckie On How to Write the Sequel to an Award-Winning Debut
It would probably be faster to list all of the awards Ann Leckie didn’t win for her 2013 novel Ancillary Justice. Her trilogy-launching debut...
Is a Fantastic Follow-up to an Award-Winning Debut
Whether through kismet or design, Ann Leckie’s 2013 debut novel, Ancillary Justice, was exactly the right book, released at exactly the right time. It...
Stephanie Perkins on Creativity, Genre Jumping, and the Long-Awaited End to her YA Romance Trilogy
This month marks the release of Isla and the Happily Ever After, the long-awaited final book in contemporary YA romance’s most popular trilogy. I was...
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4 Reasons April is an Amazing Month for YA Books
This year, April brings showers, impending flowers, and some young adult fiction so mindblowingly good it’ll spring clean your brain. It’s the...
5 Great YA Genre Reads for the Genre Beginner
The world is full of versatile readers, people who can vacillate between sci-fi and fantasy and contemporary and historical without batting an eyelash,...
Going Through Walking Dead Withdrawal? Ease the Pain With These Zombie Epics
The Season 3 finale of The Walking Dead aired yesterday, which means millions of fans are going through the torturous process of zombie withdrawal. To ease...