Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Blog tour: The Complete Guide to Writing for Young Adults


As 2014 comes to a close, we bring you our last tour of the year. This is an informative book, The Complete Guide to Writing for Young Adults, which writers interested in learning to write for or already write for the Young Adult market will find immensely helpful. My review will be posted soon. Here is some information on the guide. Happy New Year!

The Complete Guide to Writing for Young Adults Paperback – 26 Nov 2014


Product details
   Paperback: 208 pages
   Publisher: Dragon Moon Press (26 Nov 2014) http://dragonmoonpress.com
   Language: English
   ISBN-10: 1897492812
   ISBN-13: 978-1897492819
   Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 1.3 x 22.9 cm

Buy Links: Amazon | B&N

DESCRIPTION/Blurb

The Complete Guide to Writing for Young Adults is an essential resource for the emerging YA author. Here you'll find honest advice from award winners, international bestsellers, and industry professionals. If you've wondered why you need an agent, how to build your career, whether you should collaborate on that project, or how to write responsibly for a younger audience... it's all here to get you started: The Emergence of YA: Adrienne Kress Age Considers, Youth Ventures: Defining YA: E.C. Myers The Problem With Parents: Deby Fredericks Writing YA Science Fiction as if Science Matters: Allen Steele More Than Girl And Boy Books: Gender In YA: Leah Bobet Creepy Or Romantic: Fanny Valentine Darling Making Your Readers Team Players: Julie Kagawa Trans 101 for YA Writers: Sassafras Lowrey Agent Secrets For YA Writers: Laurie McLean Book Bloggers Are Your Friends: Pam van Hylckama Vlieg The Best About Collaboration (and a little of the worst): Clay and Susan Griffith The Home Field Disadvantage: Leah Peterse

ABOUT THE AUTHORS

The Emergence of YA: Adrienne Kress
Age Considers, Youth Ventures: Defining YA: E.C. Myers
The Problem With Parents: Deby Fredericks
Writing YA Science Fiction as if Science Matters: Allen Steele
More Than Girl And Boy Books: Gender In YA: Leah Bobet
Creepy Or Romantic: Fanny Valentine Darling
Making Your Readers Team Players: Julie Kagawa
Trans 101 for YA Writers: Sassafras Lowrey
Agent Secrets For YA Writers: Laurie McLean
Book Bloggers Are Your Friends: Pam van Hylckama Vlieg
The Best About Collaboration (and a little of the worst): Clay and Susan Griffith
The Home Field Disadvantage: Leah Petersen

Info:
http://www.dragonmoonpress.com

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