New Site for Tween Lit and Prizes!

Book Bloggers! Here’s an opportunity to share information about a brand new site and maybe win some prizes along the way!

emblazonbuttonEmblazon is a blog written by a collection of indie and traditionally published authors who care about producing high quality stories for kids. We have a particular focus on ages 11 to 14. We call them Tweens. The purpose of Emblazon is to celebrate tween literature. We want to draw attention to this fabulous genre, interact with other enthusiasts whether child or adult, and encourage new writers.

Emblazon launches its first post on July 10. Please consider helping us spread the word by mentioning us on your blog that day. You may cut and paste from this email or the website and use our attached logo if you wish. All bloggers who participate are eligible to enter our $100 Amazon gift card drawing that will be held the following day. You can also treat your readers to our upcoming Sizzling Freebies bash that will be hosted on Emblazon on August 1 during which a great selection of ebooks will be free for one day only.

We hope you’ll join us in kick-starting this fabulous new adventure!

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About Alan Tucker

Writer, Dad, Graphic Designer, Soccer Coach … not necessarily in that order!

Posted on July 5, 2013, in Books/Writing and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. This sounds like a great new site. I am planning to post about it over on our website. It will be wonderful for parents to have a quality website to send their middle grade readers to browse.

  2. I’m very happy to be part of the awesome group of middle grade writers. Thanks for posting this, Alan. 🙂

  3. What a great idea – this genre is so incredibly important! Good luck with it!

  4. Great idea! Love to see what they post! Thanks for sharing Alan!

  5. Glad to see this Alan! I was proud to share it on my blog as well – it’s such a great idea. 🙂

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