Kathryn Hyland A faithful thriller
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Emma Resstucia Where sin gluts, grace flourishes.
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Samantha Audia Nancy Drew serves as an excellent reminder that if we are to suceed, we must prioritize, not compromise, our values.
Let's look at three widely known YA authors and the way they use sexual scenes: John Green, Meg Cabot, and Patricia McCormick.
According to a recent study, “Real Girls, Real Pressure: A National Report on the State of Self-Esteem,” researchers found that 75% of young women between the ages of 8-17 feel as if they do not “measure up” and view sex as a means to increase their value.
This novella which put Henry James on the map, author of The Turn of the Screw, presented America with either its greatest literary flirt or holy innocent...and debates on Daisy's character still get vicious in university classrooms.
I fell in love with John Green this past summer when I listened to The Fault in Our Stars as I drove back and forth from New Jersey (a 3.5 hour drive), crying behind the wheel at what I’ve dubbed, ‘The New Walk to Remember.’