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ReadersQuill
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Teen Books Conference - Y/N?

Hey! If there were a teen book conference with like Cassie Clare, Libba Bray, Scott Westerfeld, etc.... would you go? Y/N?

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i would try!
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Re: Teen Books Conference - Y/N?

Yes I would want to go, but it depends on where the conference is beign held
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Re: Teen Books Conference - Y/N?

i would DEFINATLEY try to be there!!!! :smileyvery-happy::smileyvery-happy: that sounds so cool! :smileyvery-happy::smileyvery-happy::smileyvery-happy::smileyvery-happy:

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Re: Teen Books Conference - Y/N?

i yes would definitely be there if my parents let me go :smileyhappy:
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Re: Teen Books Conference - Y/N?

umm...sorry to be out of the loop but who are these people?

lol

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Re: Teen Books Conference - Y/N?

They're authors of Teen Book series like City of Bones series, Gemma Doyle trilogy and Uglies series.
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OO... i like the mortal insruments sereis...lol
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Re: Teen Books Conference - Y/N?

I would definitely try! Scott Westerfeld is like one of my top 10 favs alongs with Cassandra Clare. Only a few things could make it better a)James Patterson b) They and a bunch of my other favorite authors (like Christopher Paolini maybe) were teaching a writing class while we were there.
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Re: Teen Books Conference - Y/N?


esme_cullen24 wrote:
I would definitely try! Scott Westerfeld is like one of my top 10 favs alongs with Cassandra Clare. Only a few things could make it better a)James Patterson b) They and a bunch of my other favorite authors (like Christopher Paolini maybe) were teaching a writing class while we were there.

 

I ssssssssssssssooooooooo agree!!!
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Re: Teen Books Conference - Y/N?

Hell yes! 
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yes! :smileyhappy:
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yes with parental permission and if it was free to go to