Hi. :) So I know everyone talks about how edgy 50 shades of grey is, but is it any more explicit than a new adult book, because I heard those could get pretty explicit, but no one ever complains about them? Or are most new adult books not all that different than YA, just a little more detailed?— Anonymous
New Adult is like a weird (but amazing) inbetween YA and Adult Romance. I think it’s a lot different than YA though. The characters are more mature (most of the time) and things are different when your in college or in the “real world” vs high school. So the scenarios, setting, a situations are a little different. If you’re, I’d say around the age of 19 and up, you may find that you relate more to NA than YA. [Side Note: Sometime it’s hard for me to read YA anymore especially contemporary because I’ve passed that stage in my life (it’s like reliving your teen years and I don’t necessarily want to do that hahaha ::cringe::) and I can’t really get into “adult” books because I have difficulty relating to the characters most of the time. (Like I’m not a 45 divorcee with three children who is out on the prowl again lol) So NA is the perfect fit for me.] Regarding romance and sex I would say it depends on the book and the author. 50 Shades has more sex in it than in a typical New Adult book (in my opinion) but again, (in my opinion), I feel like the writing in New Adult books are more explicit than 50 Shades. If that makes sense. To summarize (because this message is much longer than I expected) for the most part NA is more detailed than YA (in the books that I’ve read) and I don’t think 50 Shades is the best book to compare NA to in terms of sexual content.
one time my dad tripped over some ice and was like ‘this is JUST like the titanic’
is this the same dad that once called you dad
no, that was a different dad. i have thousands of dads that ive synthesised in my home lab in the basement. speaking of that, the three armed one just got out again god damnit