Thursday, October 28, 2010

Write for teens? Then this is a MUST read.

You have to read what Audrey, a 13 year old Californian, has to say about the reading habits and reading preferences of her and her friends. Click to read what these amazing kids have to say over at  Write 4 Kids

13 comments:

  1. Thanks Robyn! I have a 13 year old and I'm trying to figure out what will make him like to read again :)

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  2. I loved her comment about writing a normal love interest who doesn't brood. From the mouths of kids. Are publishes listening.

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  3. Thank you so much for the link! I find it interesting how "beautiful" characters are must for some of them.

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  4. Thanks for the heads up, Robyn--sounds like a great opportunity to hear directly from the kids themselves. Heading over that way now!

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  5. And there you have it, a thirteen year old, young adult who is at ease with words. She knows what she wants and doesn't want and she is interested enough to "put it out there".

    Bravo to Audrey.

    Thanks for sharing her article.

    Hope you are feeling better. Prayers are still rushing to you.

    sending love n' hugs, magnolia

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  6. I don't write for teens (I do write about a couple, ha ha), but I got such a kick out of her writing! She'll be great, I predict. So interesting!

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  7. I'm on my way to check it out.

    If you get a chance, please visit my blog "Substitute Teacher's Saga". I'm having a Halloween Haunting. Enter to win great prizes!

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  8. Great link - just finished reading. Very happy to see mysteries and suspense in the likes lists!

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  9. Off to check out the link! :o)

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  10. That was great! Thanks for sharing the link. I love that she interviewed her friends - and even got one to define what she meant by "cool". Good stuff! I'm over from the Halloween Haunt and so glad that I stopped by!

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