Uglies, hunger games, Midnighters, skellig, Artemis Fowl, matched and other YA books, or even some adults :) check out my goodreads!!
Hey, all, who is looking at my book blog, please check out my blog, it will be under website :)
In my blog, there is reviews, and i try to have a poll there as well :)
Other stuff like release dates, and my short stories and poems :)
I love reading, its something to escape my work, and to enter other peoples worlds, and some books, is obvs never going to happen to me, so its brilliant, experiencing it :)
As you can see i use smiley's to many times :)
Other then reading,writing and reviewing, i also like to be hyper, talk and hang out with my friends, spend some time with my bf:)
I like singing, acting and listening to music:)
And soon i hope, i get to do ICT in college :)
If you are a blogger (required), or have a website:
Thanks for the invite, and sorry for taking so long to get back to you. Everything here is still new and unfamiliar to me. I am amazed that, at such a young age, you are already so actively reading, writing and reviewing. Hope you'll enjoy college.
Thanks for friending me. I have never tried to write for the YA market, but it is good to be able to keep in touch with what is being read. Your blog is a good source of information for writers who wish to keep in touch. When I write sci-fi I try and keep all adult ages in mind. As I am sure you find, when one is considering the reading preferences of especially your sort of age, the reading material varies a very great deal. Some teens read only adult books, whilst others still have very young tastes. I have three teenage youngsters who read very little. If only they would look at your sort of blog.
All the best with growing your blog, and with your poetry etc.
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