Are Young Adults Reading Historical Fiction?Untitled

November 11, 2018

Marketing fantasy, vampire and modern romance to young adults, seems to way to go, but if you’re better at writing historical fiction, are young adults going to be your readers? I thought writing about teenagers in the 1950s would attract a young audience, but the best response came from baby-boomers who were youngsters back then.

So are young adults interested in history or is it all super-heroes, blood-suckers and love-crossed angst?

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