Thursday, June 08, 2006

Bard Online

I am very lucky to have some very talented friends. One of them, Christina, has just finished a fabulous new web site for Bard Academy (the new series of teen books I'm doing). You can visit it at www.bardacademy.com.

If you like the classics, and you are a secret fan of teen shows like I am (there is something addictive about MTV's "My Sweet 16" even I have to admit), then I think you'll really like Bard Academy.

The first in the Bard Academy series, Wuthering High, is out this fourth of July. What better way to celebrate our nation's birthday than a little trip to a haunted boarding school where ghosts of famous writers stalk the students? I mean, that's as American as apple pie, isn't it?

My mom thinks so. And, by the way, Mom gives her maternal seal of approval for Wuthering High. She read it last week and gave it two thumbs up. And, if you think she's too biased to give an honest opinion, I should tell you that my good friend Shannon also gave it her approval. And she's very particular about what she reads, and isn't afraid to tell me when something really stinks, either. I love her for that. If she's on board, you KNOW it has to be good. And I didn't even bribe her with a shopping trip to DSW Shoe Warehouse.

4 comments:

Shannon McKelden said...

The new site is awesome, Cara! Can't wait to read the book!

Shannon McKelden

Lenore said...

At first I was wondering about the new series, since I am 25:) But after I read the premise on Amazon, I became really excited to read it. Very original and interesting! It's now on my wishlist, and I'm waiting for its release.

Stephanie said...

Yeah! I'm excited. I love your books and teen books even though I'm 27. It sounds like a fun series, I can't wait to read it.

Anonymous said...

That's a great story. Waiting for more. » » »