Today I'm talking a little bit about YA movies, all their different forms, and how 2018 really has been the year of YA taking over the big screen. While there have been some successful YA adaptions ( Perks of Being A Wallflower, The Fault In Our Stars, Paper Towns) in the past, they've all come from major production companies and been in theaters, but that's changed this year. The first major movie of the year, Love, Simon, falls much in the same vein as the Fault In Our Stars movie as they were both produced by Fox and got major media coverage. Love, Simon was undoubtably a big deal in its own right, but, really, it was only a glimpse into the phenomenons to come later in the year. Overall, I really enjoyed the movie, and I thought that the important parts were honored. I didn't love having to go to the theater though. I was doubly thrilled when I heard about the To All The Boys I Loved Before movie because Netflix was streaming it right to my laptop. No waitin
YA book recommendations and reviews, author interviews, and bookish ramblings. Follow on Instagram: @readingwritingandme and Twitter: @readwriteandme. Also subscribe to our email updates by clicking the subscribe button above!