Are you a writer? Here's a challenge that is fairly easy to take on during the month of November. November is National Novel Writing Month. During the entire month, you can attempt to write the first draft of your novel. Check out the National Novel Write Month web site for more information on how to get started. Maybe some day we might see your novel listed on the New York Times Best Sellers List.
If you decided to take on the National Novel Writing Month Challenge, let us know, how is it going. Give us an update on our PGCMLS Teen Facebook page!
You might already have your tickets purchased for the final installment of the Twilight saga, Breaking Dawn: Part 1 which hits theaters next Friday. In the meantime, check out this hilarious SNL digital short spoof of what the movie might have looked like if it had been about a different gothic character who doesn't exactly sparkle.
Guess what teens? The YALSA TEEN TOP TEN has been decided by you (teens from all over the country) and posted. Check out the results right here!
Who doesn't like a good undead story? We do! Here are some good zombie stories that will make you run and scream in terror.
The cover art is priceless! The title, on the other hand, makes you scratch your head and wonder is Mr. Darcy a flesh eating zombie or is Elizabeth Bennett out to kill him despite her attraction to him? Not really!
Happy Teen Read Week!
What girl doesn’t like a hot and hunky vampire, zombie, fairy, or monster as a boyfriend? Well these girls in this new teen graphic novel series just can't resist those irresistibly, sometimes quirky good looks and charm. If you like humor, drama and monsters, then check out the My Boyfriend is a Monster series.
October is here! There's a crisp, cool chill in the air. What better way to start off the month with some books that will give you goose bumps and hopefully bring your core temperature down a few degrees. Get ready for teeth-chattering thrills that will leave you shaking.
Celebrate the Freedom to Read!
Banned Books Week
Hispanic Heritage Month - September 15 to October 15
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