Stayed tuned big things are coming…
Stayed tuned big things are coming…
Marco Maisano is the founder of NSR Australia. They provide opportunities to athletes to play big on the field. NSR Australia has been giving pathways to students to US colleges for over a decade now and holds a record of placing 85% of the students completing their degree. They have also managed to get over 300 students the opportunity to study and play in US Colleges which is not possible in Australia.
NSR Australia is keen on creating opportunities for students from all walks of life and train them to match the attitude and skill of the college that best suits their character in the US. It is not just sports that they deal with since they handle other aspects. In fact, they take into consideration your family budget, your academic ability, and your athletic skills and work in favour for your development. Colleges in the United States of America are keen about opening pathways for international student-athletes.
They have framed a concrete three-step process to ensure that you have a prosperous future. From finding the right college that will suit your skill level to helping you stay focused on the path with a support network, they have a clear-cut plan to help you go up the ladder of success. Coach Michael will be providing insight, information, and immense support to equip you for the journey ahead.
Having worked with professional athletes and Olympians, Michael is an asset to the team and has knowledge and experience when it comes to Sports Science and Strength & Conditioning. They also perform a series of tests to ensure that your physical fitness is up to the mark and train you accordingly to strengthen your profile. NSR has one simple aim- to unite education and passion for sports in a perfect surrounding. Thus the firm is a reliable firm.
The market for young adult books has grown by leaps and bounds over the course of the last decade and a half. Books for young adults have existed before that, but not quite on the same marketing scale as they have since Harry Potter.
It’s hard for publishers of young adult books to guess what new series will hit it big, as it’s fairly well-known that the publishing industry relies on mega hits and superstar authors to turn a profit. Thus, everyone is always looking for the next big thing. Because few books actually make lots of money, the publishing industry is reluctant to buy books from new authors, and it’s notoriously difficult for authors of young adult books, or any other type of book for that matter, to break out. Which seems to be a self-defeating business model, but, like Hollywood, the publishing industry tends to play it safe.
But when something does hit, publishers want to get as much out of it as they can. Post-Twilight, bookshelves were packed with paranormal romance young adult books. Post-Hunger Games, everything was dystopian. The big exception to this is Harry Potter itself, though fantasy has always been a mainstay of young adult books, from Ursula K. Le Guin’s Earthsea to Tamora Pierce’s Tortall.
While science fiction and fantasy young adult books are perhaps the most popular right now, teen literary fiction is also quite pervasive. These books explore issues real teens face, and many of them are taught and read in school curriculums. Classics and contemporary examples include books like The Perks of Being a Wallflower and the recent best-seller Fangirl.
It truly is an exciting time for QBD young adult books – who knows what the next big genre will be?