Yo. Since I started writing, I wanted to write young adult. There's something so beautiful and raw about it if done correctly, and I thought I could produce some really good stories that appeal to that kind of reader. But since then, I started to feel that maybe it wasn't right for me. YA started to feel like crap fiction -- the kind of stories that real, professional and talented writers looked down on, as if it was less than theirs. So I shot for new adult. But NA is very romantic, and that's just not me. So now I'm wanting to go back to YA. I've gotten over my fear of being looked down on, and I'm ready to give this a shot. My problem now is... I have a story completely outlined and planned, but the main character is in college. She's given an assignment in the first chapter that is referenced heavily through the book. So while I can still be vague on her age and never really say how old she is, I still have to decide on college or high school... So if I'm writing a YA book, is it okay that she's in college? Or should I make her in high school? Orrrr should I just write it and worry about the age group later?