I'm a writer who captures the pulse of adolescent confusion in my Young Adult fiction, Of course, I often reveal a lot of my Old Adult confusion while doing that. Here are my books: Sliding on the Edge, The Princess of Las Pulgas, Double Negative, and Sudden Secrets. My first Middle Grade fantasy titled Alligators Overhead went out to good reviews, so I wrote a sequel. I swore that would never happen. So much for swearing.
Alligators Overhead Trailer
Saturday, April 28, 2012
A to Z Blogging Challenge-Y
Y is for . . .
Young Adult what else? But I'm wondering if they can continue to call this category of fiction by that name much longer. It seems that a lot of Mature Adults are finding the writing and the stories captivating. In a recent AARP Magazine article their lead story began with Trends: Teen Lit You'll Love, Why the best new fiction for adults is written for kids.
Maybe I'll start telling people I write MA. What do you think?