Meet some of the world's most exclusive bloggers on Teens issues
Bizymoms has chosen some of the world’s top-notch bloggers who are maintaining hugely popular blogs to discuss everything related to teens. Bizymoms recognizes these wonderful men and women for their great endeavor to reach out to humanity using the extraordinary power of blogging in such a positive way. This is an exceptional series of interviews with these bloggers to get an insight into their bright minds, and to understand what they stand for when it comes to teens. This series comes exclusively from Bizymoms for its reader community. Check it out and learn something new and unique from each of these world-class bloggers.
Eli Blumenthal and Chaim Gartenberg are high school juniors. They started TeenTechBlog three years ago and the blog now averages approximately 60,000 visits per month. The blog has allowed them to work with leading technology vendors, learn about new products and share their passion for technology with others. &n
Steph Bowe is a 16-year-old Young Adult (YA) author. Her debut novel, "Girl Saves Boy," will be published by Text Publishing this September in Australia & New Zealand, and by Egmont USA in 2011. Steph is represented by Ginger Clark of Curtis Brown. &
Jennifer Hubert Swan is the Middle School Librarian and Library Department Chair at Little Red School House & Elisabeth Irwin High School and writes Reading Rants! Out of the Ordinary Teen Booklists, which started in 1998. She professionally reviews young adult literature for Booklist and Kirkus Reviews and has served on the American Library As
Luisa Plaja loves reading, writing and discussing teen/young adult fiction. She's the author of several teen chick-lit books, including Split by a Kiss and its sequel Swapped by a Kiss, and she edits the blog Chicklish.co.uk which focuses on teen fiction news, reviews and interviews, and features many contributions by teenage readers. Luisa is also
The Book Muncher is the reviewing alias of a prolific teen reader. She is guilty of several overflowing bookshelves that seem to never shrink, no matter how hard she tries. Her literary diet is mostly dedicated to the young adult fiction genre but has been known to occasionally stray into middle grade or adult categories. She is a firm believer tha