Monday, May 27, 2013
It started with chick-lit
Then we saw the proliferation of YA (young adult), gothic and the recent steamy books turning people 50 shades of red.
Where have we come today? Writer's Relief suggests we're up against "new adult fiction" (NA) as the hot new thing. A USA Today article suggests this sub-genre appeals to readers between adolescence and adulthood, mostly those in college
Think 'young love' but without the happy ending readers desired in the past.
Writer's Relief helps you decide if your next novel fits the NA category with a brief checklist. Read their full post and the checklist here.