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readergirlz is a literacy and social media project for teens, awarded the National Book Foundation's Innovations in Reading Prize. The rgz blog serves as a depot for news and YA reviews from industry professionals and teens. As volunteers return full force to their own YA writing, the organization continues to hold one initiative a year to impact teen literacy. All are welcome to "like" us on Facebook!

Rock the Drop, 2015

Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Thank you, Mary E. Pearson!

Here's a big danke to the awesome Mary E. Pearson for joining us at readergirlz this month! Things we learned about Mary during our LIVE chat include:

1. She'd like to write a screenplay one day, but she didn't write one for The Adoration of Jenna Fox--Dana Stevens is writing that one!
2. Mary's favorite writing spot is outdoors.
3. She's working on two books right now (HOORAY!).

We had so much fun with all our new formats this month! Thanks for being adventurous, Mary!

PS-Breaking News: Mary's next book, coming in September, is titled THE MILES BETWEEN. Mary says, "It is about Destiny Faraday and three classmates who take off on an unauthorized road trip in search of one fair day. They all have secrets but Destiny's secret is one that she fears will bring the whole day to a horrible end. It is a larger than life type of story about chance and coincidence and how it weaves unexectedly into our lives. It is a VERY different story from JENNA!"

We're psyched!

Monday, March 30, 2009

March: Closing post for The Adoration of Jenna Fox

Our March Feature

It's our closing post with Mary E. Pearson, everyone! *sob* It's been such a fantastic month of discussion about The Adoration of Jenna Fox. I've pasted all the links below that we've accumulated in the sidebar. Feel free to revisit them!

Thanks to Mary for her patience as we relocated our discussions and rgz LIVE! this month. Feedback from rgz is that everyone is so happy our interactions are open to all now!

Drop your own thanks and fangirl love to Mary in the comments. Mary, know you are always welcome to hang with rgz! We heart you! Thanks again for all your time. Best to you in your writing!

~Lorie Ann

March Welcome
postergirlz recommended reads for March
How far would you go to save someone?
What are you self conscious about?
Happy anniversary!
postergirlz recommended reads
Has medicine saved your life?
What superhuman ability do you want?
Does the real you reside in your brain, heart, or gut?
Do you want to live for 200 years?
How do you define yourself?
rgz LIVE! with Mary E. Pearson
The Adoration of Jenna Fox Cover
Poll
Do you give too much of yourself?
What's your final take-away from The Adoration of Jenna Fox?


TBD Contest: Week 3

Dear readergirlz, the time has come for the third week of five weeks of contests!

Here's the deal: each week from now until Support Teen Literature Day on April 16th, we'll be awarding *a package of books* to one winner. To enter, you just comment on our blog posts (comments on older posts count - a point for each comment!) and get an extra ten points for taking up the week's challenge. Get ten more any time by becoming one of our blog followers!

Report your post in the comments with the URL where you fulfilled the week's challenge (and get eleven points!). We'll keep track of the comments and urls and award the winners each week. Books! Prizes! And you'll be supporting teen lit and hospitalized teens across the country.

This week's challenge: Post the Rock the Drop Bug on your blog. Spread the word about Operation TBD!

And if you haven't posted the Operation TBD trailer or the press release on your blog, do that for more points and let us know!


Sunday, March 29, 2009

March: What's your take-away from The Adoration of Jenna Fox?

Our March Feature

Any final thoughts for Mary as her month concludes? What's your personal take-away from The Adoration of Jenna Fox?

And Mary, what should we watch for next?


Saturday, March 28, 2009

Library-Loving Challenge

Jennifer R. Hubbard has organized the Library-Loving Challenge, inspiring bloggers and readers to raise funds for their local libraries, bookmobiles, and book-related organizations. Participating bloggers have pledged to donate X number of dollars or cents per comment on their challenge posts.

Consult the list of participants at Jennifer's blog and click through to each blog to leave your comments!

This is such a fantastic idea. I am only sorry that I didn't learn of it sooner, or I would have joined. I also wish I had posted about it yesterday, when I first learned of it, because the participating blogs have varying deadlines and most of them are this weekend or sometime next week. Quickly now -- Go post at their blogs and support their noble causes before their deadlines pass!

I further challenge you to visit your local library this weekend, whether you regularly do so or haven't for a while, and ask if they accept donations. Donations need not be monetary - they may need volunteers and you can donate your time on a regular or random basis, and/or you may be able to donate books to the stacks or to their book sale!

Cross-posted from Bildungsroman.

Little Willow's Book Bag

This Week's Picks
If I Stay by Gayle Forman (coming out April 2nd)
The Miles Between by Mary E. Pearson (coming out in September)
The Kingdom of Strange by Shula Klinger
Prom Queen Geeks by Laura Preble

For Your Younger Sister
Somebunny Loves You by Joan Holub

This Month's Spotlighted Title
The Adoration of Jenna Fox by Mary E. Pearson

Jumped, a new book from Rita Williams-Garcia

Our February featured author, Rita Williams-Garcia, gave an inspired interview to Cynthia Leitich Smith this week, and also shared this book trailer for her new title, Jumped.



Her inspiration? "The rise of girl-on-girl violence."

Read more of the interview here!

Friday, March 27, 2009

Find Beauty Challenge: Isabelle and Miss Erin

How great is this video from Isabelle for Justina's Find Beauty Challenge? I love it!



Get all the deets here.

And did you catch Miss Erin's? It rocks too!



Only a few more days to play! Tell us what beauty is to you!

~Lorie Ann

Rgz Street Team: Miss Erin Reviews Let it Snow by John Green, Maureen Johnson, Lauren Myracle

The rgz Street Team is a group of teens who bring YA reviews to our blog, led by Postergirl Miss Erin. Find out more.

Today, Miss Erin reviews Let it Snow by John Green, Maureen Johnson, Lauren Myracle:

Let it Snow is a collection of three novellas, all taking place somewhere around the time of Christmas (Eve, day of, day after...). Each story is a romantic dramedy set in a little town in North Carolina. Characters from one story make cameos throughout the other stories, which provides a nice sense of interlacing and connection.

I wanted to actually read this during Christmas time, but it came in late for me at the library, and then I had to put it off because of Cybils reading. I'm glad I finally got around to it, though. It's a good winter read that is just as enjoyable now as it would've been during the holiday season.

To find out what Miss Erin liked best about the three stories, read the rest of her review here.

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

rgz TV: Laurie Halse Anderson, 2009

Catch Dia and me with Laurie Halse Anderson, and then snatch a copy of Wintergirls!

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~Lorie Ann

The Biggest Teen Author Signing Ever, The Recap

This event at Books of Wonder was a ton of fun. And I got to meet our own postergirl Jackie Parker, who ruled and gave me a hug and let me snap this fangirl photo (actually, author Matthue Roth snapped it):


And then the lovely Mitali Dave took this group photo. Recognize anyone?


We obviously weren't sure which camera to look at. It was a rare paparazzi moment for us authors. Hope you all can be there next year!


Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Diva Melissa in Glamour!

How fun is this interview with rgz diva Melissa and the amazing Anne in Glamour.com? Here's an excerpt from "Blogging Babes:"

"TGBD: If you guys could go back and tell your younger selves something about hair or makeup, what would it be?
Anne: I would tell myself not to get mad at my mom when she wouldn’t let me get a perm in the 5th grade.

Melissa: I would tell myself to have more fun. I mean, I'm not really able to pull off a fully rainbowed eyeshadow look right now, but at 17 it would have be awesome. I wasn't brave enough."

Yay for iheartdaily and these two true beauties!

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~Lorie Ann

March: Do You Give Too Much of Yourself?

There is a "gray page" titled Pieces where Jenna describes working so hard to give pieces of herself to others that she has nothing left for herself. Do you ever feel that way? Why?




March: Poll: What percent of you is you?

Our March Feature

I just loaded a new poll asking:

Following an accident, would you need 50%, 10%, or 1% of yourself in your new body? Or would you rather just be allowed to die if no more than 50% could be saved?

Be sure to vote in the sidebar, but leave your explanations here!

What do you think Mary will say? Hmmm.

readergirlz, rgz, Lorie Ann Grover

Monday, March 23, 2009

Mitali Perkins on secrets of the writing life!

Readergirlz friend and Talent Scout Mitali Perkins posted today about her tips on the writing life:



We love you, Mitali!

TBD Contest: Week 2

Dear readergirlz, the time has come for a contest! Actually, it's the second week of five weeks of contests!

The winner of last week's contest is... Polo Pony! Send your address to readergirlz AT gmail DOT com and we'll get your pack of books out to you!

Here's the deal: each week from now until Support Teen Literature Day on April 16th, we'll be awarding *a package of books* to one winner. To enter, you just comment on our blog posts (comments on older posts count - a point for each comment!) and get an extra ten points for taking up the week's challenge. Get ten more any time by becoming one of our blog followers!

Report your post in the comments with the URL (and get eleven points!). We'll keep track of the comments and urls and award the winners each week. Books! Prizes! And you'll be supporting teen lit and hospitalized teens across the country.

This week's challenge: Post the press release on your blog (here it is on ours!). Spread the word about Operation TBD!

And if you haven't posted the Operation TBD trailer on your blog, do that for more points and let us know!


Sunday, March 22, 2009

The Adoration of Jenna Fox cover

I love the cover of The Adoration of Jenna Fox. Don't you? Not only is it eye-catching, but it fits the story - for reasons I won't disclose here, as I want to encourage those who have yet to read the book to do so and find out for themselves! :)



Upon realizing I had a little purple-and-blue plastic butterfly in my possession, I took a picture:



Mary E. Pearson joined in the fun, calling her picture of The Adoration of Rex and Spot:



In early April, I received a forwarded email filled with nature photographs. It included this beautiful image, which I promptly sent over to Mary:



Paradox posted a whole bunch of fan art book covers, including one for The Adoration of Jenna Fox. Click here to see them.

Want to recreate the cover yourself? Go for it! Put a link to your picture(s) in the comments below, and we'll showcase all of the covers in this blog post!

BIGGEST Teen Author Signing EVER!

This is happening today at 4pm in NYC. If you're nearby, come!

Saturday, March 21, 2009

Little Willow's Book Bag

This Week's Picks
The Waking: Spirits of the Noh by Thomas Randall (coming out in 2010)
You Are Here by Jennifer E. Smith (coming out in May)

For Your Younger Sister
Camille McPhee Fell Under the Bus by Kristen Tracy (coming out in August)

This Month's Spotlighted Title
The Adoration of Jenna Fox by Mary E. Pearson

Cover Stories: The Secret Keeper by Mitali Perkins

Secret_Keeper_Mitali_Perkins.jpgAmazing readergirl Mitali Perkins shared her latest Cover Story for Secret Keeper, on my blog, and it was too good not to share with readergirlz! Here's Mitali:

"When it comes to art, I'm in the appreciator rather than the creator category. My publisher asked me for input, and I told her that there were a glut of covers set in India with girls peeking over veils or around sarees. I didn't want something that felt too 'ethnic.'

"When I saw this cover, I LOVED IT! I was so happy. I think it's a stock photo. Because I 100% loved it, I had no suggestions. I hope the art department enjoyed the rave email I sent to my editor.

"I am VERY pleased with this cover; I think it captures the feel of the story perfectly."

And sometimes, people, it's just that easy. Love at first cover. I think the cover model's downcast eyes (gorgeous lashes, btw!) are perfect for Mitali's story about a girl who keeps her heart in secret diaries. The colors and patterns are just indicative enough of its Indian setting.

What do you guys think?

Watch the book trailer here:

Friday, March 20, 2009

Eric Carle Googles, Too



Google Celebrates 40 Years of A Very Hungry Caterpillar

Kristin Cashore Says Hello to readergirlz

Kristin Cashore, author of Graceling, would have attended the chat last night had she not been on a plane to Bologna at the time, heading to the Children's Book Fair. She asked me to post something for her:

"I'm sorry I can't be there, but I'm suspended above the Atlantic!"

The postergirlz named Graceling as one of the recommended reads in the March issue of readergirlz. It was only after we'd informed Kristin of this selection that we discovered she too loved The Adoration of Jenna Fox!

Almost Astronauts: 13 Women Who Dared to Dream

It's Women's History Month, and Tanya Lee Stone's new book is about a dramatic, little-known story episode in American history that involves some truly kick-ass women.

In 1961, the scientists who had put the Mercury 7 astronauts through their paces decided to test exceptional women pilots to see if they would do as well--the thinking was that if women were equally good candidates they would save NASA millions of dollars because women took up less space, ate less food, used less oxygen, etc.

The women DID excel and, no surprise, were kept out of the space program. What happened next includes women fighting injustice, and some American heroes behaving badly. It's a riveting story that takes us up to present-day and highlights some of the women for whom the way was paved by these 13 pioneers.

Read more about Almost Astronauts here. Yay for unfair-boundary pushers!



Thursday, March 19, 2009

Secret insider information for AI fans

Do you readergirlz remember our trailer from Teen Read Week last October?



The music was created by the very brilliant and talented Melissa Kaplan of Universal Hall Pass, who kindly gave us permission to feature her song.

Adam Lambert, on of the top 11 on this season's American Idol, just did a cover of her arrangement of Johnny Cash's Ring of Fire! Check it out:



Catch the mp3 of Melissa's song here or on the UHP MySpace page.

We are so ahead of the curve, readergirlz!

Holly Cupala, author & rgz diva

March: rgz LIVE! with Mary E. Pearson

Our March Feature
Hey rgz!

Welcome to rgz LIVE! with Mary E. Pearson. We are PSYCHED to hold this live chat/LOVEfest in her honor tonight.

We know everyone will be patient as we try out this new software. Feel free to let us know if you dig it or don't. No hurt feelings! Really. This is just a shot, and Mary is so kind to be flexible with us. It seems like the free technology just isn't quite the perfect match with what we want to do. Let's see what we can figure out together.

This will be more like a free flowing party than what we are used to at the MySpace group forum. Mary may catch a few questions as she sees them stream by. No pressure on anyone though. Just enjoy the moment as we celebrate The Adoration of Jenna Fox. Let the party begin!

~the rgz divas


rgz LIVE! with Mary Pearson

Coming soon at 6pm PST! Stay tuned!

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

TBD Contest: Week 1

Hey readergirlz, we're halfway through our first contest week, but it's not too late to participate!

This week's challenge:
Post the Operation TBD trailer on your blog (trailer below) and post your url here. Get extra points for commenting and becoming a follower!




See all the Week 1 contest deets here.

All posts Monday 3/16 through Saturday midnight PST count toward this week's prize. Spread the word about Operation TBD!

Things to Know About Featured Author Mary E. Pearson

In addition to being the author of our March pick, The Adoration of Jenna Fox, Mary E. Pearson is a barefoot girl. Here, we get a glimpse of her personality (read more in the March issue of Readergirlz):

On the nightstand: Chapstick and the book What I Saw and How I Lied

Pets: Brody and Hunter -- 160 pounds of slobbery, golden love.

Dream book tour: All my writer friends get to go along with me and sign their books too. And let's throw in Paris since it's a dream tour.

Stilettos or Uggs? Au naturel! Bare feet all the way!

How would you answer one ore more of these questions, readergirlz?





Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Test Run 2, CoverItLive

Operation Teen Book Drop, TBD '09, Press Release

For more information contact:

Sara Easterly, Publicist for readergirlz

Sara Easterly & Friends

sara@saraeasterly.com

206-632-8588


READING STIMULUS PLAN FOR HOSPITALIZED TEEN PATIENTS
LAUNCHES JUST IN TIME FOR “SUPPORT TEEN LIT DAY” APRIL 16

Despite economic downturn, generous publishers have donated
thousands of young-adult books for readergirlz, Guys Lit Wire, and YALSA
to deliver to teens in America’s top pediatric hospitals


March 17, 2009 (Seattle, Wash.)Teen patients in pediatric hospitals across the United States will receive 8,000 young-adult novels, audiobooks, and graphic novels next week as readergirlz, Guys Lit Wire, and the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) celebrate the third annual Support Teen Lit Day on April 16.

In its second year, “Operation TBD” (short for Teen Book Drop), puts free books donated by 18 book publishers into the hands of many teens most in need of escape, inspiration and a sense of personal accomplishment. Books with exceptional characters and fabulous stories can provide just that for teens and their families dealing with difficult, long-term hospital stays.

At a time when philanthropic giving is down, readergirlz co-founders have been inspired by overwhelming industry support for Operation TBD. “readergirlz is always looking for innovative ways to connect teens with literature, “ said Dia Calhoun, co-founder of readergirlz and acclaimed young-adult author. “We’re honored that publishers have supported this goal by giving so liberally this year.”

Operation TBD also aims to encourage all teens to choose reading for pleasure as a leisure activity, over other entertainment options. Inciting the broader teen community to participate in Operation TBD in its drive to spur reading on a national scale, readergirlz has launched a trailer on YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/readergirlz) inviting teens and YA authors to leave a book in a public place on April 16. When visiting www.readergirlz.com, participants can download bookplates to insert into the books they’ll leave behind, which explain the surprise to the recipient and tell them to read and enjoy.

This event is such a special one because it not only raises awareness about teen literature, but it also truly helps those teens most in need. Teens facing illnesses will be able to find an age- appropriate new book to read while in the hospital — teen books matter and not just any old book will do,” said Sarah Cornish Debraski, YALSA president. “Our thanks to the publishers, readergirlz, and Guys Lit Wire. It’s wonderful to unite with these organizations to forward this cause.”

Participating book publishers who have donated books or audiobooks include Abrams Books, Bloomsbury/Walker Books, Candlewick Press, Full Cast Audio, Hachette Book Group, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Hyperion, Milkweed, Mirrorstone Books, Orca Book Publishers, Peachtree Books, Perseus Book Group/Running Press, Random House, Scholastic, Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing, Soft Skull Press & Red Rattle Books, TOKYOPOP and Tor/Forge/Starscape/Tor Teen.

“Putting the right book into the hands of a teen can turn that teen into a reader for life, “ said Suzanne Murphy, VP and Group Publisher, Scholastic Trade Book Publishing. “We are delighted to have the opportunity to help Operation TBD show teens firsthand just how much fun reading can be.”

Pediatric hospitals that have signed up to receive books include Phoenix Children's Hospital (Phoenix, Ariz.), Rady's Children's Hospital (San Diego, Calif.), Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, Children's Hospital and Research Center (Oakland, Calif.), All Children's Hospital (St. Petersburg, FL), Children's Memorial Hospital (Chicago, Ill.), UM C.S. Mott Children's Hospital (Ann Arbor, Mich.), Children's Mercy Hospitals and Clinics (Kansas City, MO), The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Children's Medical Center in Dallas, Mary Bridge Children's Hospital & Health Center (Tacoma, Wash.) and Seattle Children's Hospital.

“Our teen patients here at Seattle Children’s loved the books donated through the Operation Teen Book Drop last year,” said Kim Korte, Child Life Manager, Seattle Children’s Hospital. “Books are a wonderful avenue for our patients to be distracted from the pain and stress of hospitalization. We are always in need of books and greatly appreciate the generosity of the publishers who donated.”

Everyone who participates in Operation TBD is invited to celebrate at the TBD Post-Op Party on April 16 at 6 p.m. Pacific Time on the readergirlz blog: http://readergirlz.blogspot.com.


About Support Teen Literature Day

For the third consecutive year, Support Teen Literature Day will be celebrated April 16, 2009 in conjunction with ALA’s National Library Week. Librarians all across the country are encouraged to participate in Support Teen Literature Day by hosting events in their library. The purpose of this new celebration is to raise awareness among the general public that young adult literature is a vibrant, growing genre with much to offer today’s teens. Support Teen Literature Day also seeks to showcase award-winning authors and books in the genre as well as highlight librarians’ expertise in connecting teens with books and other reading materials.


About the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA)

For more than 50 years, YALSA has been the world leader in selecting books, videos, and audiobooks for teens. For more information about YALSA or for lists of recommended reading, viewing and listening, visit www.ala.org/yalsa/booklists or contact the YALSA office by phone, 800-545-2433, ext. 4390, or email, yalsa@ala.org.


About readergirlz

readergirlz is the foremost online book community for teen girls, led by five critically acclaimed YA authors—Dia Calhoun (Avielle of Rhia), Holly Cupala (A Light That Never Goes Out) Lorie Ann Grover (Hold Me Tight), Justina Chen Headley (North of Beautiful), and Melissa Walker (the Violet series). readergirlz is the recipient of a 2007 James Patterson PageTurner Award.

To promote teen literacy and leadership in girls, readergirlz features a different YA novel and corresponding community service project every month. For more information about readergirlz, please visit www.readergirlz.com and http://readergirlz.blogspot.com, or contact divas@readergirlz.com.


About Guys Lit Wire Guys Lit Wire brings literary news and reviews to the attention of teenage boys and the people who care about them. Working to combat the perception that teen boys aren’t as well read as teen girls, the organization seeks out literature uniquely targeted toward teen male readers in hopes of bringing attention of good books to guys who might have missed them.

Ó2009 readergirlz

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March: How do you define yourself?

On page 212, Jenna defines herself. If you could define yourself with just three words, what would they be?

See you all at the LIVE chat on Thursday!

Monday, March 16, 2009

Reminder: rgz LIVE! is Thursday with Mary E. Pearson

Our March Feature

Just a reminder! rgz LIVE! is Thursday, March 19th, at 6:00 pm, Pacific. We are still doing test runs of free chat software. Hopefully, the event will be right here in a new blog post. If we need to run it over at the MySpace group forum, we'll let you know!

There will be a test on Tuesday at 1:30 pm, Pacific, if anyone wants to help. More soon, rgz! Thanks for your patience.

~Lorie Ann

Operation TBD: The Contest!

Dear readergirlz, the time has come for a contest! Actually, five weeks of contests!

Here's the deal: each week from now until Support Teen Literature Day on April 16th, we'll be awarding a package of books to one winner. To enter, you just comment on our blog posts (comments on older posts count - a point for each comment!) and get an extra ten points for taking up the week's challenge. Get ten more any time by becoming one of our blog followers!

Report your post on our blog with the URL (and get eleven points!). We'll keep track of the comments and urls and award the winners the following Monday. Books! Prizes! And you'll be supporting teen lit and hospitalized teens across the country.

This week's challenge:

Post the Operation TBD trailer on your blog (trailer below). Spread the word about Operation TBD!



All posts Monday 3/16 through Saturday midnight PST count toward this week's prize. Thanks to Shelli at Market My Words for the great idea!

Sunday, March 15, 2009

Readergirlz Hero Lindsay Giambattista!


I had to introduce the readergirlz to Lindsay Giambattista, 18, of Fort Lauderdale, FL. She was featured on I Heart Daily last week as the founder of Taylor’s Closet, an organization that allows girls in foster care to come into a "store" and shop for clothes -- free of charge. We talked to Lindsay about how awesome that is.

Read the interview here, and find out how you can make a difference in your community!

Saturday, March 14, 2009

March: Do you want to live for 200 years?

Our March Feature

Jenna faces living two hundred years or even more. Would you want to live forever?

~the rgz divas

Little Willow's Book Bag

This Week's Picks
Love You Hate You Miss You by Elizabeth Scott (coming out in May)

For Your Younger Sister
Allie Finkle's Rules for Girls #3: Best Friends and Drama Queens by Meg Cabot

This Month's Spotlighted Title
The Adoration of Jenna Fox by Mary E. Pearson

Win a Set of Six Mary Hogan novels!

The paperback edition of Mary Hogan's PRETTY FACE is out this month. It's the story of Hayley, a girl who's always the friend--never the girlfriend. Until a summer in Italy changes her self-perception. She's curvy, not fat. Pizza isn't evil. And life is so much more than one-size-fits-all.

To celebrate the release, we're hosting a giveaway that includes all of Mary's YA titles (that's SIX total!).

One luck readergirl will win the collection, which includes:
Pretty Face
Perfect Girl

Serious Kiss

Susanna Sees Stars

Susanna Hits Hollywood
(2008 winner of NAPPA Gold Award)
Susanna Covers the Catwalk (British edition)

Quite a set, no?! To enter, just be a follower of this blog, and leave a comment below telling us what the last book you LOVED was. We'll pick one random commenter as a winner on Pretty Face's release date, March 24th.

Good luck!

Update: Katie is the winner! Yay, Katie!

Friday, March 13, 2009

Twitter Mosaic!

How cool is a Twitter mosaic! Make your own. :~) Thanks for the hint, Little Willow!

Follow readergirlz on twitter!

Get your twitter mosaic here.

There are six columns that don't show all the way down!


readergirlz, rgz, Lorie Ann Grover