Monday, November 9, 2009

Teen Readers Cash In

NAPSI)-A teen's love of reading could pay off in more ways than you might expect.

A new sweepstakes lets young readers enter to win a $10,000 grand prize as well as daily giveaways inspired by some popular teen titles.

It marks the release of a new book, INTERTWINED, written specifically for young adults. Written by New York Times bestselling author Gena Showalter, the supernatural thriller, published by Harlequin TEEN, a new fiction imprint, tells the story of a teenager who has four souls living inside him-each with a special power. When he moves to a new town and discovers vampires, zombies and werewolves-creatures he never dreamed existed-he's excited at first but soon realizes that his life and all his souls are in mortal danger.

Harlequin TEEN features teen protagonists exclusively, something the renowned romance publisher has not traditionally done. Up until now, young readers had to "read up" to the editorial. Now they will find themselves in their own element with themes that suit their personal interests such as the paranormal, fantasy and science fiction. The Web site,, offers excerpts from new titles as well as sections for posting reviews and watching book trailers.

Teens can register at www. in order to enter. The contest, which may be entered daily, concludes November 16, 2009. Daily instant prizes include copies of other titles as well as TEEN T-shirts.

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