You can check out the blog tour here: http://zestbooks.net/dear-teen-me-blog-tour/
I really wasn't sure what I was going to think about this book, I am not really a non-fiction reader. It was fun checking out some of the authors I have read and see them use a little of what they know now to influence their teen self.
I think we would all like to go back and tell our teen self what they need to do to survive. I know I would like to have told my teen me to study harder and even though I might hate school to remember it will help in the future.
Over all I thought it was an interesting book to read and what I like is you don't really have to read it from page one to the end. You can pick out any author and read their letter to their teen self. You can read them all or just a few, but all in all it was interesting.
Twitter: Please us the #DearTeenMe hashtag in your Tweets!
Zest Books Facebook profile: www.facebook.com/zestbook
Zest Books Facebook page: www.facebook.com/
Zest Books website: www.zestbooks.net
YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/zestbooks (Dear Teen Me videos coming next week!)
Dear Teen Me Goodreads: http://www.
Dear Teen Me LibraryThing: http://www.librarything.com/
Dear Teen Me site: www.dearteenme.com
Dear Teen Me Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/Dear-
Dear Teen Me Twitter: www.twitter.com/DearTeenMe/
E. Kristin Anderson Facebook: www.facebook.com/
E. Kristin Anderson Twitter: www.twitter.com/ek_anderson
Miranda Kenneally: www.facebook.com/miranda.
Miranda Kenneally: www.twitter.com/