Tuesday, July 6, 2010

#YAlitchat ... ASK A QUESTION!

Quick Update: Yay, Billy Madison's on, no better way to relax than with a Adam Sandler flick!

Well, I decided to dare myself to do this, so, to all YA authors and readers out there coming through Twitter, I ask you this...

IF YOU COULD ASK A YA/TEEN READER ANY QUESTION, WHAT WOULD IT BE?

Why do I ask this? Well...maybe this week I can give you answers, eh? Not just me either. I'm hoping to get the help of some other Book Bloggers...:)

Any question is appreciated. And if there are people who want to contribute answers, be sure to email me via anythingbutordinary927 at yahoo dot com with your answers. Hopefully this will be a cool way to connect readers and their writers!

Thanks for reading! Be creative, be open!

3 comments:

  1. I have a question!

    In general, would teen/ya readers still like to read novels that are maybe "old fashioned" - like, not "fantasy" or action oriented, but stories about friendships and family and all that kind of thing (character-driven stories). Or, are writers who think they may want to write a YA novel better off looking at the "latest trends?"

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  2. Over the years, I have read several times that girls will read books with either male or female main characters, but that boys will only read books with a male main character. Does this still hold true? (Perhaps it never did; perhaps it always will.) Do you like books with an opposite-sex main character?

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  3. Cool idea . . . now I just need to come up with a question. Unfortunately it's too hot to think right now. :(

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