Friday’s Five Reasons Why Reading YA Rocks! … even as an Adult!

Posted 27 March, 2015 by Danny in Blog, Danny, Discussion / 11 Comments

Hey Guys and Happy Friday! And today I have my Five Reasons why I Reading YA Rocks for me, even though I’m an Adult and far from being a Teen anymore. Yet still, I loove Reading YA and here’s Why!

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So, why do YOU read YA? Are you an Adult or a Teen? If you are a Teen, do you think it’s weird all these Adults are reading YA? 

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11 Responses to “Friday’s Five Reasons Why Reading YA Rocks! … even as an Adult!”

  1. Kimberly

    I’m an adult who reads and loves YA for all of the above reasons. I started reading YA because I wanted to see what my daughter was reading and find out if it was appropriate or not. Then I got hooked. I don’t feel weird reading it, but I do wonder if others think that it is weird. I always bring my daughter along to book signings, but I’m the one who is more into it.

  2. I’m an adult who reads YA books. MY grad program was Writing for Children and Young Adults. Love YA books! I have no shame about reading them.

  3. What a lovely post, Danny. I’m sorry I haven’t been commenting in such a long time. Life does get in the way. I’m hoping I can get my blogging mojo back. I’ve been reading a lot lately, which feels really good – lots of good YA and more adult than I have read lately which is actually nice for the variety. But i will always be drawn to YA for the reasons you describe.
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  4. I’m in my mid twenties, and have only recently rediscovered YA. I had only been reading “literature” since high school (and even during high school really). I even thought it was a little weird adults were reading it, but to each their own. But when I joined the book blog/tube community, I saw how excited people got about YA. I started seeking out the books they were mentioning, and they made me excited too! I agree with you on all the things you said! YA books address real issues with all the emotion of youth. I wasn’t a teen that long ago and I remember how everything felt like it was the end of the world, or it was my entire world. I love revisiting that. It’s so powerful. YA is totally awesome!
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