Action-Adventures & Mysteries For Middle Grade Readers.
After all, readers are the leaders others follow.
Looks what happened to our interview. Cool!A new comment has been posted on your blog entry: Interview with Young Adult Novelist Max AndersonPublished at: http://blogcritics.org/archives/2007/09/22/112647.phpFrom Name: Natalie BennettComments: This article has been selected for syndication to Advance.net , which is affiliated with newspapers around the United States, and to Boston.com. Nice work!
Max, Great blog you have here. Suzanne Lieurance and I have been strategic partners for over a year and have done a lot of writing-related events. Glad to get to know you through her and our blog chain.Yvonne Perrywww.yvonneperry.netwww.right2recover.com
I love what you're doing here. It is so important to get kids reading and writing. Keep up the great work!
Glad to see you doing so well with your books for boys! You deserve it!Best,Carolyn Howard-Johnsonwww.howtodoitfrugally.com
I spent my morning talking with a group of homeschoolers for their creative writing workshop. Looks like they want me to visit several times a year :) Its a lot of fun to help young people get interested in writing and reading. Nikki Leighwww.nikkileigh.com
I am so glad that Suzanne is getting BBK up & running!! It is wonderful that you decided to participate in it. Jessica Dockter
Congratulations, Max! Your dedication to getting boys excited about reading is just awesome.Whenever you want to Jump back in the Tub, drop me a line. We're always happy to help.Terry Dohertywww.thereadingtub.com
It's so important to encourage boys and/or reluctant readers to read. I'm glad you've created this blog. And how interesting to discover (in your blog radio interview) that you didn't like to read when you were a child. It sounds like you're the perfect person to help interest boys to read.
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