The Importance of YA Fiction, A Guest Post by Christina Hoag, Author of Girl on the Brink


Check out this guest post on the importance of YA fiction from Christina Hoag on Lina’s Book Bag blog.

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One of the reasons I began blogging was because in the past I had reviewed teenage fiction for Hodder so that I could say whether I thought the books would be suitable for KS3 class readers. Since then I have found there to be some fantastic Young Adult (YA) fiction which is frequently overlooked.

Today I’m delighted to welcome Christina Hoag to Linda’s Book Bag. Christina’s Girl on the Brink is a YA novel and she’s telling us all about why YA fiction is important.

Girl on the Brink is available for purchase here.

Girl on the Brink

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Sometimes the one you love isn’t the one you’re meant to be with.

The summer before senior year, 17-year-old Chloe starts an internship as a reporter at a local newspaper. While on assignment, she meets Kieran, a quirky aspiring actor. Chloe becomes smitten with Kieran’s charisma and his ability to…

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