Be a Reviewer--and Other Ways to Help
Because the YA genre has exploded over the past decade or so with many new books being published each year, I cannot possibly offer the comprehensive guide I wish I could. Thus, in order to maximize the number of reviews I can offer, What's In It? is designed to be a collaborative effort, authored by as many people as are willing to review books. If you share my concerns for the minds and hearts of our teens, please consider helping to make this guide the best it can be. After looking over the options listed below, you can go to my Contact Me page to discuss your thoughts with me. Thank you for considering this unique opportunity!
You can help by:
You can help by:
- reviewing books using the same short format as the other reviews posted on this website. Commitments are only for one book at a time.
- suggesting YA books that are of particular interest to you or your teens. This will help me make sure that the reviews are meeting actual interests. Suggestions made will be moved to the top of my reading list.
- suggesting ways to improve What's In It?. Have I forgotten to cover something in the reviews? Is there a better way to organize the information? Please pass your ideas along, so that I can make the guide as useful as possible. I can't promise to use every idea, but I do promise to give each of them serious thought.
- getting the word out. If you think What's In It? would be useful to other parents you know, please tell them about it! Print my flyer to place in churches, libraries, coffee shops, or anywhere else you think might reach concerned parents just like you!