Tag Archive | young adult

MG To YA: Why Turn To The Dark Side?

MG To YA: Why Turn To The Dark Side?

Guest Blogger: Emily H. Jeffries There may be no divide in the Speculative Fiction world so stark as that between Middle Grade and Young Adult. A passing glimpse of any sampling of cover art will reveal as much. We are programmed to believe that the twelve-year-old will pick up a book featuring adventuring siblings on […]

My New Favorite Hero

My New Favorite Hero

I have a new favorite hero (sort of). If you’ve followed me on NAF for any length of time, you will know that my ultimate hero is Gilbert Blythe from the Anne of Green Gables series. That has not changed, at all. You just cannot top the handsome, intelligent, earnest, and hard-working Gilbert. He missed […]

Must Be That Teen Spirit

Must Be That Teen Spirit

I am a total sucker for time travel stories. And I love historical novels, especially well-researched books. I just devoured the River of Time series by Lisa T. Bergren. They are tight action-packed stories with a romantic theme. The heroine Gabi is a twentieth century girl in love with Marcello, a fourteenth century boy, man really, […]

Special Guest Blog – Jill Williamson

Introduction by Keven Newsome We are pleased to have Christy Award winning author Jill Williamson back with us again. Jill is the author of the Blood of Kings series published by Marcher Lord Press. I held my breath when I asked her back, fearing she wouldn’t have forgiven the one less than stellar review published […]