Presents advice on writing fiction for young adult and middle school readers, including how to develop themes, avoiding common mistakes and cliches, and plot structure, along with information on how to recognize the differences between young adult and middle grade readers.The Ultimate Guide to Crafting Fiction for Young Adult and Middle Grade Readers Mary Kole. pendent bookstorea#39;s shelves. They teem with pouting girls ... For great examples of this type of character, see the work ofJohn Green. Ita#39;s not impossible to sell a YA ... realistic themes should be at work beneath the surface. ... Up next is a section that will plunge you first into the MG and then the YA mindset. Ita#39;s short enough as to ... CHAPTER 2 The MG Kidlit Market Overview 15 015_V6501.pdf.
|Title||:||Writing Irresistible Kidlit|
|Publisher||:||Writer's Digest Books - 2012-12-04|