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Anastasia Krupnik Is the Neurotic YA Heroine You Forgot You Loved

Talking to Lois Lowry about her cult-favorite series.

If you're a YA reader looking into adult books or an adult looking to try YA, check out this "crossover" guide for a recommendation on where to start!

The Book Addict's "GUIDE" to "Crossover" Books!

Bridge the gap between Adult and Young Adult // The Book Addict's GUIDE to reading crossover books // Infographic

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Need something after the heartbreaking beauty of The Fault in Our Stars? Try some of these books. I loved fault in our stars and just listen must read the others!

Modern Mystery Books

Modern Mystery Books

Modern mysteries, thrillers, crime dramas, and detective books! I haven't read all of these.but they sound good Night Film looks interesting!

#BustleReads Challenge 2016 Encourages You To Read Women And Writers Of Color

#BustleReads Challenge 2016 Encourages You To Read Women And Writers Of Color

If you& looking to spice things up with a reading challenge for you& got plenty to choose from. The cat is already out of the bag on Book Riot& Read Harder and PopSugar has waded into the fray as well.

2015 Must Read Books

2015 Must Read Books- pinning for the ''Tudor'' series. Must read that

Bookish Signs from 2017 Women’s March | These are amazing!

Bookish Signs from 2017 Women’s March

Bookish Signs from 2017 Women’s March | These are amazing!

What Your iPad Knows About You Subscription e-reader services Scribd, Oyster and Entitle track your behavior to predict your next book

What Your iPad Knows About You

What Your iPad Knows About You Subscription e-reader services Scribd, Oyster and Entitle track your behavior to predict your next book

All of these rescues mean that there are at least three life-and-death situations in the middle of the novel, even before the climax! (The final scene at the end of the novel is its own kind of rescue.) Besides making the reader’s heart beat faster, these rescue situations round out the hero’s character and make him more likeable. The hero needs to be saved twice, which helps the readers see some vulnerability. It’s easier to warm up to someone who is a little flawed.

Why the Middle of Your Novel Needs 3 Dramatic Rescue Scenes

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