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Monday, April 6, 2009

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Traveling to Teens is a tour event for YA authors of any genre.It was started by Yan and Carol. We, at Traveling to Teens, will help YA authors create buzz in the YA blogging community. We will get many bloggers to host you as part of the tour where interviews, guest blogs, and maybe giveaways will be posted. We are not here to help book sales since that is quite difficult to do, but we are hopefully creating a scenario for many to be interested and purchase said book.

In the blog tours, the bloggers will post a review, an interview, or guest blog. The interviews will be small, around 5 questions or so. Lastly, if the author is interested and has any spare copies she or he wishes to donate, a giveaway of the book featured will be added.

We currently have some authors who are going to participate for the month of May.

They are:

Carol Lynch Williams, author of the upcoming The Chosen One which is going to be published by St. Martin’s Press.

Summary of The Chosen One:

Thirteen-year-old Kyra has grown up in an isolated community without questioning the fact that her father has three wives and she has twenty brothers and sisters. Or at least without questioning them much—if you don’t count her secret visits to the Mobile Library on Wheels to read forbidden books, or her meetings with the boy she hopes to choose for herself instead of having a man chose for her. But when the Prophet decrees that Kyra must marry her sixty-year-old uncle—who already has six wives—Kyra must make a desperate choice in the face of violence and her own fears of losing her family.

J. A. Yang, author of the upcoming book, Exclusively Chloe, which will be published by Penguin on May 14, 2009.

Summary of Exclusively Chloe:

Chloe-Grace can’t help it—she’s spectacular. How could she not be with celebrity parents who have been the queen and king of Hollywood for years? And Chloe is a celebrity all unto herself as well— she’s the first celebrity-adopted kid in Hollywood. But now Chloe’s sixteen, and she is tired of every undesired moment of the world’s attention. She wonders what it would be like to be a “normal” kid in a regular school. To really understand it, though, she would need to go undercover. So after getting a “make-under” at the hands of her mother’s fabulous stylist, she enters the “real” world. But she soon finds out that there is just as much drama there as there is in Hollywood….

For the month of June we have:

Kerry Cohen Hoffmann, author of the upcoming, It’s Not You, It’s Me, which is going to be published by Random House on June 9, 2009.

Summary of It’s Not You, It’s Me:

Zoë loves Henry.

Henry dumps Zoë.

Zoë wants Henry back - at any cost.

Zoë's two best friends come up with a plan to help Zoë get what she thinks she wants. The plan: make Henry jealous.

But the plan takes a surprising turn...

Spanning thirty-one days in the cycle of a breakup, Kerry Cohen Hoffmann's funny and touching novel depicts a girl whose single-minded focus on her ex-boyfriend has pulled her far from the person she most needs to win back - herself.

Sarah Ockler, author of the upcoming book, Twenty Boy Summer, which is to be release by Little, Brown, on June 1, 2009.

Summary of Twenty Boy Summer:

For Anna Reiley and Frankie Perino, the ingredients for the Absolute Best Summer Ever are simple: Two girls. Two bikinis. And twenty days in Zanzibar Bay, California. The best part? According to Frankie, if they meet one boy every day, there’s a good chance Anna will find her first summer romance.

Anna lightheartedly agrees to the fun, but there’s something she hasn’t told Frankie… she’s already had her romance, and it was with Frankie’s older brother, Matt, just before his tragic death last year.

TWENTY BOY SUMMER explores what it truly means to love someone, what it means to grieve, and ultimately, how to make the most of every beautiful moment life has to offer.

Ok, so here’s the deal. We need some bloggers to participate for these tours so if you meet the following criteria and you want to participate, please email us at travelingtoteens(at)gmail.com If the spots fill up real fast, we’ll keep you on the list for future tours. When you email us, can you also tell us of your preferred genres so we can keep you in mind for those?

Criteria:

Blog must get at least 70 hits a day

Blog must have at least 70 followers (or google subscribers)

Blog must focus mainly (or mostly) on YA Books

Blog must be updated more than once a week (this does not include meme)

You must get more than 4 comments (on average) on each post

You must live in the US (sorry, but most publishers do not send overseas)! Unless you are able to get a copy yourself, then it works out

You must be committed to the day that you choose to host

Blog must have at least two months of existence

Please leave a link to your blog so we may review it!

Authors:

If you want us to host a blog tour for you, please email us at travelingtoteens(at)gmail.com

We currently have spots available for the month of August onward.

Please leave a link to your book or a summary of it!

Thanks in advance!

5 comments:

  1. i'm leaving work right now but definitely be coming back to check this out! is there a limit to the amount of tours I can participant in, don't want to be a hog!

    I think I'm already in 2 and have a book for a third.... will be back shortly :)

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  2. I EMAILED YOUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU.

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  3. This sounds great! I emailed you via T2T address!

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  4. coolness! I really really want to join in. hehe ;)

    I really think that this is really a really great idea.

    You heard back from Sarah? yay!
    I have The Chosen One so that would be a yes. 20 Boy is def a yes. I also really want to read Chloe. oh and the other one too...ok all of them then.

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  5. You guys getting paid for this?

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