Yesterday, I went to my beloved Indie book store and picked up two YA books. Then in my travels, I left them out in a public place, for a teen to find and pick up. The rain hampered my book destinations, as did my inability to be in all places at once. :)
While stopping for food for the sitter (a teen boy) and my three kids, I set the books down on a bench outside of a Five Guys Burgers. I'm itching to send a teen out to see if they were picked up.
Here's the evidence:
|A. S. King's PLEASE IGNORE VERA DIETZ|
|John Green's LOOKING FOR ALASKA|
|The notes read: If you are a teen, then this book is for YOU. Happy reading. #rockthedrop|
|Inside, Cowgirl and Superman rocking the markers.|
What do you think? Good picks?
I might put a call out to other Natick writers to send their teens over to see if the books are still there. :) (I'm looking at you, Nandini and Martha!) Is that cheating?
Thanks to Readergirlz for inspiring us to Rock the Drop!
And capping off the fun yesterday was a fabulous dinner with some wonderful writers. Thanks to Marissa, Kip, Alicia, Michele, Kyla, and Nandini for coming out and sharing the laughs last night!