Melissa Albert has always been fascinated by that line between childhood and adolescence, and how it's an intense and painful thing when two friends who love each other are looking at each other across that line, so that's one of the things that inspired her to write "The Bad Ones".
Will Duraffourg wanted to write about J. R. R. Tolkien's life, so with the help of artist Giancarlo Caracuzzo, he wrote the graphic novel "Tolkien: Lighting Up The Darkness".
If you're searching for a book that is filled with chemistry and longing, but is set in a world of a diverse reality, then check out "Technically Yours" by Denise Williams.
"Bless the Blood" by Walela Nehanda is a young adult memoir that details the author's experience living with leukemia.
If you want to read a love story about an uptight princess and a chaotic future lord forced to get along, then "Gwen And Art Are Not in Love" by Lex Croucher is the book for you.
"All the Hidden Paths" by Foz Meadows is a sequel to "A Strange and Stubborn Endurance" that shows what happens after you come out.
Alexis Hall, the author of "10 Things That Never Happened", talks about how important it is to be able to relate to characters, what led him into becoming a writer, and more.
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