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1. Young Adult Publishers

Here's a list of 21 publishers who accept young adult manuscripts.

http://www.authorspublish.com/21-publishers-accepting-young-adult-manuscripts/

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2. Middle Grade vs. Young Adult

There are several key differences between these two types of novels.

http://www.writersdigest.com/online-editor/the-key-differences-between-middle-grade-vs-young-adult

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3. Middle Grade or Young Adult?

What are the key differences between a novel for 8-12 year olds and one for teens?

http://www.writersdigest.com/online-editor/the-key-differences-between-middle-grade-vs-young-adult

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4. Magical Realism

What is magical realism and should you be writing it?

http://www.adventuresinyapublishing.com/2015/10/magical-realism-in-ya-and-why-youll.html#.VmIQgHarRlY

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5. Outdated Slang

Make sure you're not accidentally using slang words in your YA that will date your novel.

http://writeonsisters.com/writing-craft/writing-ya/accidental-outdated-slang-in-ya/

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6. Story Holes

Find holes in your story by using a novel journal.

http://writershelpingwriters.net/2016/09/hunting-story-holes-using-novel-journal/

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7. New Adult

There are key differences between young adult and new adult novels.

http://cynthialeitichsmith.blogspot.com/2014/11/guest-post-giveaway-deborah-halverson.html

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8. Verse Novels

Create an image system for novels in verse to tie together the plot and increase characterization.

http://www.ekristinanderson.com/?p=13068

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9. YA Techniques

How your young adult novel is written is as important as what it is about.

http://writersrumpus.com/2015/05/01/6-stylistic-techniques-in-ya-novels/

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10. Novels in Verse

Three authors discuss how a novel in verse is different than one written in prose.

http://www.axonjournal.com.au/issue-4/writing-young-adult-verse-novel

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11. Trends in YA

You shouldn't write to a trend, but if you have a manuscript with a currently popular topic, now might be the time to submit it.

http://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/by-topic/new-titles/childrens-announcements/article/66587-what-to-expect-when-you-re-expecting-ya.html

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12. Top YA Agents

These agents have sold the most young adult books in 2015.

http://www.darcypattison.com/marketing/top-20-ya-agents-2015/

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13. Writing YA

Young adult books can be any genre, from romance to science fiction, mystery to mainstream.

http://www.nownovel.com/blog/how-to-write-ya-fiction/

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14. NaNoWriMo

Get ready for National Novel Writing Month.

http://blog.nathanbransford.com/2015/10/your-nanowrimo-tuneup.html

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15. Funny Novels

Why you should (and shouldn't!) write humorous novels. 

http://annerallen.blogspot.com/2013/11/how-to-write-funny-novelsand-why-you.html

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16. How Not to Start a Novel

Here are a few things not to put in your opening pages. 

http://annerallen.blogspot.com/2014/07/how-not-to-start-novel-four-things-to.html

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17. Middle Grade or Young Adult

What are the key differences between middle grade and young adult novels? 

http://www.writersdigest.com/online-editor/the-key-differences-between-middle-grade-vs-young-adult

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18. LGBTQ Friendly Press

Harmony Ink Press is moving to LGBTQ and YA books. 

http://publishingperspectives.com/2014/09/harmony-ink-press-reaching-out-to-lgbtq-youth/

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19. Short Stories

Short stories are alive and well in the young adult market.

http://www.allvoices.com/article/100001976

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20. New Agent

Rich Richter has joined the Zachary Shuster Harmsworth Agency and represents picture books through new adult.

http://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/by-topic/childrens/childrens-industry-news/article/63934-rick-richter-joins-zachary-shuster-harmsworth-agency.html

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21. New Agent

Heather Alexander has switched from editor to agent and is now representing picture book through young adult authors at Pippin Properties. 

http://www.kidlit411.com/2014/11/Kidlit411-Agent-Spotlight-Heather-Alexander.html

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22. Agent Move

Lana Popovic has switched agencies to Chalberg Sussman and is actively looking for new middle-grade and young adult clients.

http://www.writersdigest.com/editor-blogs/guide-to-literary-agents/literary-agent-spotlight-lana-popovic-of-chalberg-sussman

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23. LGBTQ Stereotypes in YA

Here's a five-part blog series on how to avoid LGBTQ stereotypes in young adult novels.

http://www.malindalo.com/2010/06/avoiding-lgbtq-stereotypes-in-ya-fiction-part-5-resources/

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24. Outlining Your Novel

There are many advantages to outlining your novel before beginning to write. 

http://kathytemean.wordpress.com/2014/11/25/outlining-your-novel/

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25. New Adult

If you write YA, you should learn about the next age up category--new adult. 

http://cynthialeitichsmith.blogspot.com/2014/11/guest-post-giveaway-deborah-halverson.html

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