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Girl Gone Ghost falls into the YA books horror genre, but it’s also a YA book about friendship, more particularly the fallout of friendship. The YA book is written in first person, from a girl’s perspective, and contains an enemies to lovers trope. Girl Gone Ghost is a fabulous YA book for book club, if the members like to be scared while trying to figure out who the killer is. The book is considered one of the best YA books you have to read! If you want heat, Girl Gone Ghost brings the heat, the desire, and the washboard abs.
Scythe of Darkness is a YA book about kidnapping and has an enemies to lovers trope. It’s a great YA book for book club, if the members enjoy reading realistic fiction, with a bad boy who has genetic ties to the underworld. This YA book is written in first person and can be considered a YA book under 300 pages (314 pages to be exact). Scythe of Darkness is definitely a YA book everyone should read! If you want YA books with kissing, this one is filled with a surplus of passionate tension and contains one non-descriptive sexual scene.
Safe leaps into the YA book dystopian genre, with characters who live on an island after the world has ended. Filled with science fiction laboratories and genetic codes, this YA book with girl power can be compared to YA books like Hunger Games and YA books like The 5th Wave (but without the aliens). Safe is an action-packed YA book written in first person and has little-to-no romance, but much blood and carnage. It is available as a YA book on Kindle Unlimited and is a YA book under 300 pages. Safe is certainly considered one of the YA books you must read and is a book you can read in a day.
Do you have an outstanding idea for a story, but have no clue where to start? Discover this STEP-BY-STEP guide for writing your first book.
A Wordy Woman’s Guide for Writing a Book is an informative workbook that helps you plan your first draft. Through a series of introspective prompts, develop your idea into a carefully structured plot with colorful characters. Dawn’s blueprint will revive your dream of writing a book.
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