YA or New Adult Fiction?

When it comes to writing and publishing, there are myriad decisions a writer makes. This is a solid article that can help you decide whether you’re writing or reading Young Adult or New Adult.

I am definitely writing New Adult with the Hollystone Mysteries. In To Charm a Killer, my protagonist, Estrada, is a free spirit–high priest of a Wicca coven called Hollystone. Most characters are in their late twenties. And, although seventeen-year-old Maggie is a female lead in this book, she changes overnight once the charm is spun.

via 3 Ways to Know If Your YA Fiction Is Really New Adult Fiction – Fiction Notes

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