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Cross-posted from IB. ________________ I like a good literary romance well enough. Aw, who am I kidding, I’m the shippiest shipper in all of shipdom.* I was on Team Ron/Hermione right from Sorcerer’s Stone (I swear I started this post before J. … Continue reading
I just found this through a recent Waking Brain Cells post – the USA Character Approved Blog‘s two newest Writing section posts focus on YA fiction. Now two of my favorite things – NCIS and YA literature – are indirectly … Continue reading
I found this article on excellent character descriptions through dmacabre‘s blog. The list focuses mainly on adult novels, but does include a few Juv/YA gems: Harry Potter, The Hunger Games, and The Golden Compass. To the list, I would … Continue reading