Wednesday, June 17, 2009

You Recommend Wednesday - I Need Your Questions

Hello again readers!

It's Wednesday which means it's your turn to come up with something to talk about. :) Actually, I already have an assignment for you. You may be aware that on Mondays when possible I post author interviews. Well, I've come up with soemthing to do on those Mondays when I do not have an author interview to post. I would like to start doing interviews with you, the reader (and this includes authors wearing their reader hats).

What I need from you is questions. What do want to ask other readers of YA fiction? What do you think is an interesting tid-bit of information to learn from someone? Help me out here. :) Please?

And if you're a reader who would like to be interviewed send me an email at wantmyya at gmail dot com. Once I have a good selection of questions I'll send them on to you.

Thanks for stopping by. Without you there would be no reason to have this blog.


Shelley/Book Fanatic said...

What a great idea. I always like to ask people if there was a specific book that launched their love of books and what was the first book that made an impact on them.

HeatherMarie said...

Thanks Shelley. :) That's a great question.

Leanna Renee Hieber said...

What I'd love to pick readers' brains about is the level of language. Especially historically set novels. When is historical flavor too much? When is it not enough? Like Libba Bray for example, what did readers think of her level of historical language as compared to how accessible they found it?

Keep up the great work, Heather!

Amie Stuart said...

Does it bother teens that so many adults seem to be on the reading YA bandwagon?

HeatherMarie said...

Thanks Leanna! Thanks Amie! Keep the great questions coming. :)