These authors published their first novel before they were 25 and haven’t stopped since. They’re coming back again and again with not just sequels, but whole new books and even one TV series !
- Part 1 : The Teenaged Dreams
- Part 2 : The 2013-2014 Debuts
- Part 3 : Wattpadders and Youtubers
- Part 4 :. . . And They Got A Film
- Part 5 : The Comeback Kids
21. Jenny Han, 25.
Han entered the publishing world in 2006 with her debut novel Shug, a coming of age story about a girl named Shug going into junior high. Han didn’t stop there and has since published Clara Lee, The Summer I Turned Pretty trilogy and the Burn For Burn trilogy (with fellow author Siobhan Vivian). In 2014, Han is publishing a standalone young adult contemporary To All The Boys I Loved Before. Blog | Twitter
22. Jessica Khoury, 24
At age 24, Khoury’s highly buzzed science fiction standalone, Origin, debuted in 2012 with film rights purchased before the release. Khoury is back again in 2014 with the companion novel, Vitro.Twitter | Blog
23. Anna Jarzab, 25
Jarzab published her master’s thesis as All Unquiet Things in 2010 with Delacorate Press. She followed up in 2012 with The Opposite of Hallelujah and Jarzab is back again in 2013, jumping into the science fiction genre with Tandem.Twitter | Blog
24. Markus Zusak, 24
Australian author Markus Zusak has gained international acclaim for his novels The Book ThiefandI Am Messenger. But before that, In 1999, at age 24, Zusack published Underdog, the first in a a series of stories about the Wolfe Brothers. The novels were published in the U.S. as an omnibus entitled Underdogs in 2011. He is currently working on his next book, Bridge of Clay. Twitter | Blogger
25.Kara Taylor, 23
Kara Taylor debuted Prep School Confidential in 2013. The novel follows a murder Boston area prep school. The novel is a trilogy and the next book, Wicked Little Secrets, set to come out in 2014. Taylor also landed a deal writing for the upcoming CW show, The Revengers. Twitter | Blogger