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Imagine you had a road map for writing the book you’ve always dreamed of writing—a step-by-step guide from testing your story ideas, to visualizing your characters’ types and voices, to building a world that comes to life, to navigating the publishing industry, and going the distance to reach your writing goals.
As co-founder of Teen Author Boot Camp, one of the nation’s largest writing conferences specifically for teens, and Young Adult author, Jennifer Jenkins has helped thousands of teens travel the world of writing. Teen Writer’s Guide: Your Road Map to Writing is the culmination of years of research and teaching, providing a detailed road map to writing your own story and steering through the detours and pit stops.
Perfect for teen writers, their teachers, and anyone who has an interest in breaking down the craft of writing in fun and manageable ways, this book is sure to take you to your final destination—and help you enjoy the journey along the way!
A Note From the Publisher
“Jennifer Jenkins’ Teen Writer’s Guide is the roadmap I wish I’d had when I was an aspiring teen writer. It’s funny, accessible, and best of all, chock full of smart tips to help young writers become better.”
—Rosalyn Eves, Author of Blood Rose Rebellion and Creative Writing Professor
“Teen Writer’s Guide…is easy-to-read, entertaining (a must for teenagers), organized in a logical and easy-to-follow format, and best of all, contains language, instructions, and activities that are completely within the capabilities of my students.
" Finally! I have a textbook that I can actually use! I am so excited for this book—its organization and content fits perfectly with the order and structure of my class, and its core connections make it even more teacher-friendly.
"There is a dire need for Creative Writing textbooks in secondary
education, and I am excited that now I—and many other Creative Writing teachers—will have a textbook that will help us teach this amazing
—Adena Campbell, High School Creative Writing Teacher