Welcome to episode nine of Fiction Forward! This week, author Caleb Roehrig (pronounced like RARE-ig) joins us to chat about LGBT+ in YA fiction, his new book White Rabbit, and how having your shit together is a lie.
Fictionist had the opportunity to ask author C.C. Hunter a few questions!
Discover the magic of meeting for the first time.
Claire Kann, author of Let’s Talk About Love, is here to chat about representation and her main character, Alice: A biromantic asexual black woman dealing with her “summer of struggle,” as Kann puts it.
A journey of self-discovery, with a love story in between.
Alice has known she’s asexual for a while. But the thing is, she still wants (and deserves) her own love story.
These February 2018 YA books are sure to help you escape the cold!
Enjoy a brief window into author Rebekah Crane’s writing process and inspiration before the release of her new book, The Upside of Falling Down!
Use these January 2018 YA book releases to help dull the pain of 2017…
Find out why I loved ‘Love, Hate & Other Filters,’ and find out where Ahmed’s inspiration came from!
James Gaynor’s unique take on a beloved classic left me entertained: Here’s why.
Scribd, a reading subscription service, has released a map to tell you which author is the most popular in each state.
Iturbe’s amazing writing will allow you to stare into the maw of the Nazi death machine. Read this book.
Four high school teenagers. One tweet gets them expelled. Who did it?
‘Fraternize’ by Rachel Van Dyken was one of the worst books I’ve had to read in recent memory, full of horrible characters and mediocre writing. Read more here!
Highly-evolved humans. An increasingly curious world. A regular high-school boy that gets caught in the heart of it.