Friday, July 28, 2006

What are you Reading?

Welcome to your spot in the Blog empire.

We want to know what's going on with you? What are you reading? What do you like to read? Do you write?

Here at the Teen Scene you will get to talk to authors, win free books, and ask anything you want about reading and writing.

We don't have a lot of rules. Just try to get along and not ruin it for anyone else. Pretty simple. No filthy mouth or flaming.

If someone posts something that makes you uncomfortable, don't be afraid to tell your parents or us. We just want to keep it clean.

We'd like to know who you are, so introduce yourself.

As always...surf safe!

4 comments:

Janet Muirhead Hill said...

I love to both read and write books for young people. As that is what the publishing company I'm associated with publishes, I get a chance to read some very good ones. Of course I read books published by other companies as well. Some of my favorites are "An Inmate's Daughter," by Jan Walker, and "Fergus, the Soccer-Playing Colt," by Dan A. Peterson. Most recently I read the first book in a series called "Cynthia's Attic," by Mary Cunningham. It is delightful a delightful mystery involving time travel with well defined character—two best friends who are as different as night and day. But maybe that's what makes their friendship so loyal and their adventures so outrageous. It was a very fun read.

Janet Muirhead Hill said...

I love to both read and write books for young people. As that is what the publishing company I'm associated with publishes, I get a chance to read some very good ones. Of course I read books published by other companies as well. Some of my favorites are "An Inmate's Daughter," by Jan Walker, and "Fergus, the Soccer-Playing Colt," by Dan A. Peterson. Most recently I read the first book in a series called "Cynthia's Attic," by Mary Cunningham. It is a delightful mystery involving time travel with well defined character—two best friends who are as different as night and day. But maybe that's what makes their friendship so loyal and their adventures so outrageous. It was a very fun read.

teenbookreviewer(Jocelyn Pearce) said...

I'm a teenager who loves books (except the ones that are assigned for school, which are generally very dull). Right now, I'm reading The Tourmaline, by Paul Park, which is okay. Next on my to-read stack are Startled By His Furry Shorts by Louise Rennison, which is sure to be funny, and Saving Francesca by Melina Marchetta, which I'm hoping is as good as it sounds!

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