Why not get those books for free?!?
Random House's Teens @ Random site is doing everything right -- they've got great blog content from multiple bloggers, guest authors doing posts, and tons of giveaways (every Friday you could win a yet-to-be-released title!)
Check out a brief sampling of some upcoming fun:
Read the latest in the Magic in Manhattan series, "Parties & Potions" by Sarah Mlynowski and then enter to win one of 50 signed copies of her next book out in April, "Gimme a Call."
On February 22nd, there's a chat with debut author Josh Berk that teens can submit questions to. "The Dark Days of Hamburger Halpin", out last week, is a teen murder mystery with some offbeat heroes, just my cup of tea. Awesome title and cover, too.
And if you need a dose of celebrity with your teen book, check out Kristin Harmel's new "After," which was included in the recent Golden Globe's gift baggies. Nothing says primetime like a photo-op with Blossom... Clearly I'm a bitter, jealous stinker! I'll go brood into my oversized sunhat now. Harmel you may recognize from her adult romances like "Italian for Beginners" or "The Art of French Kissing." Awesome title, redonkulous cover.
For the latest on all Random House kid/teen contests and author events follow them on twitter here.