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Switching Genres: How One Author Transitioned from a Young Adult Audience to Adult

When I heard an author say that it took years to complete their latest book, I assumed they were lazy. I mean, I wrote thirty-one YA novels in ten years. During that time I also got a puppy, moved across the country, had two kids, went for (and failed) my California Driver’s license, went for it again (cheated) and passed, leased cars, bought a house, decorated said house, and did […] The post Switching Genres: How One Author Transitioned from a Young Adult Audience to Adult appeared first on WritersDigest.
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