Most teenagers have plans on Saturdays. Not me. So, my day of boredness today has led me to find some pretty neat stuff on the internet. Check it out. [:
Reviewer X just posted a new feature on her blog, Young Adult Weekly. Find out about new author blogs, new posts by other young adult reviewers, and books that are released this week.
And Another Book Read is holding a contest. It's a scavenger based contest and the deadline is May 1st.
The Page Flipper has posted an awesome interview with Meg Cabot.
The Compulsive Reader is holding two contests! One is for a copy of her Book of the Month, The Comeback Season by Jennifer E. Smith, and the other for one of five copies of How to be Popular by Meg Cabot.
Teen Book Review has posted an interview with the awesome Maureen Johnson who's new book, Suite Scarlett was released this week.
Teen Troves has posted a review of Sarah Dessen's upcoming book, Lock and Key, and there is also a YouTube video of Sarah talking about Lock and Key and a few of her other books which is really interesting.
Ally Carter has posted fourteen things about her editor, Donna Bray, in honor of this being the fourteenth week being on the Times list!
Marley, from the blog Books, Boys, Buzz, has posted an interesting post about teenage boys in books. And she talks about Edward from Twilight. Who does not want to read that post now?
Catherine Clark has just started a new blog, so go and check it out here.
Ask E. Lockhart a question so she can update her FAQ section on her website, and you can win a signed copy of one of her books!
Jennifer Zeigler has posted a Meme about fifteen random or weird things about her that's interesting!
Learn how to win an ARC of John Green's Paper Towns here.
Maureen Johnson has posted an Ask MJ segment. Click here to check it out.
Melissa has posted the cover of Violet in Private, the third book in the Violet series. Isn't it pretty?
Rachel Cohn has posted an exclusive picture from the set of Nick and Norah's Infinate playlist, which will be released in theaters on October 3rd, and which I cannot wait to see. :D
Sara Shepherd has posted interesting facts about herself that can be used for English papers and stuff like that, but are also interesting to read.
That's all I've got for now. Look for the upcoming review of She's So Money by Cherry Cheva that I should have finished this weekend. Going to go see my school's production of Alice in Wonderland because a bunch of my friends are in it, so I'll see you guys later.