#YABkLove Day 31: What’s Next for YA?

#YABkLove Day 31

Today isn’t so much about sharing books as it is about sharing thoughts. What do you think is coming in the future of the YA genre? What changes do you think will happen or should happen? Do you think different types of books will be published? What things would you like to see? This is an open forum to whatever you want to see happen for YA in the next, let’s say, 5 years.

 

Also, thank you to everyone who has participated in #YABkLove this month!

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#YABkLove Day 30: Coming in 2018

#YABkLove Day 30

It is only halfway through 2017, but are there any releases for 2018 that you are already anticipating? Perhaps it is a sequel to something you’ve read or a debut you’ve been hearing buzz about. Share what 2018 releases you know about so everyone can start looking forward to them as well!

If you don’t know any for 2018, you can also share releases for the end of 2017.

 

#YABkLove Day 26: Adaptations

#YABkLove Day 26

It is day 26 and we have finally made it to my wheelhouse: adaptations! Let’s talk updated versions of fairy tales, myths, retold classics, folklore, etc. This was a huge trend about a year to three years ago but it is dying off now (you know, just as I finished my own fairy tale retelling manuscript). I still love them and I think there are some great ones to talk about.

Here are some of my favorites:

#YABkLove Day 24: Long-Running Series

#YABkLove Day 24

What long-running series have you read and enjoyed? Something longer than just a trilogy or even just four. I rarely devote myself to long series, and for a time they were out of style. Everything was a trilogy. Now, with series likeĀ Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas, it seems like long series may be making a comeback.

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Which ones are worth the time?