When a solar storm throws the world into chaos, teenager Jim is forced to step up to survive in the wilds of Alaska.
As William journeys through his own mind, revelations are made, relationships are broken and restored, and a faith that once seemed extinct is rediscovered and renewed.
A young woman tries to commit suicide. She changes her mind at the last moment, and sends a plea out to the world, receiving a sign that things will improve. With the help of her psychiatrist, she begins to deal with her past and the reasons for her self-harming, but a romantic relationship with an abusive man could ruin everything.
An excerpt from Holding on and letting go by K.A Coleman. When her little brother died, Emerson's life came crashing down around her. Though her friends want to help, can Emerson fight to re-enter the world she abandoned?
When dyslexic teenager Stu accidentally transports himself into a world populated entirely with living numbers and letters, his arrival triggers a prophecy that pulls the two rival communities into war.
For teenage readers - three books exploring rebuilding your life after abuse. Dani Moore is a fictional character who is honest about how tough her life is, about the bad days and about the impact of her experience.
On Father's Day, Steve Conoboy talks to us about his childhood and how the magic of a library card and some office stationery shaped his path to becoming an author.
We all know that dogs are furry bundles of fun but did you know just how vital they are in maintaining a healthy mental state? YA author, Marie Yates, talks to us about the inspiration behind her successful Dani Moore trilogy...
Author James Hartley Books breaks down the snobbery surrounding this great historical figure to reveal that William, a young boy from Stratford-Upon-Avon, was much more a man of the people than his portrayal today might suggest.
Despite the predictions that eBooks were going to kill physical books, thanks to bookie people on the likes of Instagram and YouTube, recent reports state that physical book sales are rising once again. However, eBooks are here to stay, and Lodestone author Steve Conoboy tells us why he's glad.
Whether it's nostalgia for their youth or trying to make sense of that rich period of their lives, 55% of YA readers are actually adults.