Rebecca Delphine is an aspiring Young Adult author from Thanet.
poem by Rebecca Delphine
A poem about one-sided friendship.
essay by Rebecca Delphine
If you want to explore your writing talents by delving into the world of fiction for young adults, here are five things you should consider.
review by Rebecca Delphine
A review of the thriller romance novel Panic by Lauren Oliver.
A review of the children’s coming-of-age novel The Other Side of Silence by Margaret Mahy.
Taking your negative thoughts and organising them into poetry can be uplifting and therapeutic for anyone, even if you’re not a poet.
A guide to writing repugnance into your characters, including ten ways to make them more repugnant.
story by Rebecca Delphine
Babysitting seems like such an easy job, but things are not always as they seem and a restless night can spell more than just bad dreams.
Writing something that is scary can create a lasting effect upon a reader. Rebecca Delphine discusses eight ways authors have invoked fear.
A poem for those girls who take without appreciation and give nothing back, and yet seem to get everything they want.
A look at how authors have recently used five common clichés in Young Adult literature, and when it is acceptable to use them.