Teen Fiction Week: The wrapup

The response to Teen Fiction Week, in terms of site numbers, comments, and book purchases, was overwhelming. Thank you all so much for your enthusiastic response! We're currently exploring ways that we can keep the conversation going about Young Adult literature, and about pre-teen literature as well, so stay tuned!

In the meantime, I wanted to provide you with a post in which you could find links to all of our Teen Fiction Week features. Click below for the complete list.

"The Best Books Are Young Adult Books," by Sherry Early

"Books We Loved as Teens," by the BreakPoint staff

The Last Thing I Remember by Andrew Klavan: excerpt and capsule review

Beautiful by Cindy Martinusen-Coloma: introductory blog post, excerpt, and author Q&A

Invasion by Jon S. Lewis: excerpt and capsule review

"Three Terrifying Novels: A Teen Fiction Week Addendum," by Kim Moreland

And for reader recommendations, look in the comment section of "Books We Loved as Teens."

Special thanks to the following for their help in putting together and/or promoting Teen Fiction Week: Chuck Colson, David Carlson, Sherry Early, Cindy Martinusen-Coloma, Kim Moreland, Shane Morris, Jason Bruce, Bonnie Knapton, Stephen Reed, Kay Spruill, and Katie Bond of Thomas Nelson publishers.


Thanks for weighing in, Ellen. We'll keep that in mind for the future.
Children's Fiction Week?
I must confess that I did not follow Teen Fiction Week. I have young children, ages 5 and 8 and would love to have recommendations for great children's books. I know, I know, my kids will be teens one day (soon!). I will check out the links above. Thank you for this great information.

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