Here she speaks with us about writing suspense and concluding her Virtue Falls series with a stunning finale.
Read more Suzanne Brockmann has just published her nineteenth Navy SEALs Troubleshooters novel, and she's still finding stories that she burns to tell--and is still connecting with readers seeking romances that are a bit different.
It turns out that he's a grim reaper so she embarks of the journey of growing up while learning the family business in the town of Croak. You need to read these books before they become movies this year!
Source: Good Reads follows a skewed version of Alice In Wonderland.
Not every book for girls needs to be about finding love, right? That’s not to say they don’t have a love life, but a guy isn’t their whole world.
Instead, they’re focused on being awesome and kickass. You follow Saba on an adrenaline-filled adventure to find her twin brother who's just been kidnapped.
In chronological order, they are: Chinese fiction, rooted in narrative classics such as Shishuo Xinyu, Sou Shen Ji, Wenyuan Yinghua, Da Tang Xiyu Ji, Youyang Zazu, Taiping Guangji, and official histories, developed into the novel as early as the Song Dynasty.
Nope, I’ll read YA novels with pride because they’re awesome.
One of my favorite things about YA novels is that a lot of the more recent series don’t focus on romance. I do enjoy the usual love triangle plot, but it’s really nice to see books about girls who aren’t focused on their love life.
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