To transform a preeminent and beloved literary work into a graphic novel for young adults is a challenge for the brave. K. Woodman-Maynard’s adaptation of
Ngan’s recently released second book in the trilogy is as compelling as the original. If you have gift cards to spend this holiday season, these
As the year wraps up, there’s excitement in the air. A new crop of books is waiting to be read in the new year. With
I recommend GIRLS OF PAPER AND FIRE not only as a compelling, gorgeously written YA novel, but also as an exceptional world building mentor text.
A slow burn that is ultimately compelling…but may leave you feeling like you have no idea what actually happened in the end.
This is more than an interview with a young adult author about her newest book. Recent events in the news reveal that antisemitism has not
TO BEST THE BOYS features lush world-building, a spunky, dynamic heroine with a mile-a-minute mind and voice reminiscent of Felicity Montague of Mackenzi Lee’s Petticoats & Piracy, and a plot as nail-bitingly intense as Suzanne Collins’s The Hunger Games.
By Kristine Carlson Asselin This is what Wikipedia says about Memory: Memory is the faculty of the brain by which information is encoded, stored, and
One of the things I like best about being a writer actively involved in critique groups is the opportunity to review ARCs (Advanced Reader Copies).
By Kristine Carlson Asselin I am thrilled to be here on Writers’ Rumpus today interviewing my friend K.R. Conway. For those who don’t know her,
I received an advanced reader copy of Corpse & Crown (available February 2019) from Inkyard Press and Edelweiss+ in return for an honest review. Then
It’s the end of November, and with it goes another YA’LL Fest. This was my third YA’LL Fest, and each year I learn valuable information.