Nicole’s books are part of a series called Scenarios which are really the first of it’s kind. Scenarios are interactive fiction for girls allowing the reader to choose their own ending to the story. Now I know what you’re thinking, they had books like this when you were younger (I read the choose your own adventure books all the time!) but these are different. Instead of choosing whether to go into the dark tunnel after the bad guy or run to tell the innkeeper you are decided whether the main character should choose what is morally right or wrong. Here is the book trailer to help familiarize you with the books:
To go along with the books Nicole has launched a website for Scenarios for Girls. This website is an interactive place for teens that will also include giveaways, a blog, tons of advice as well as spiritual guidance. The site launched on August 1st, and honestly is a great, safe place for teen/tween girls to hang out. In a society where Facebook, Myspace and Twitter rule, it’s nice to have a wholesome place for girls to go.
If you have a daughter/granddaughter/niece/cousin/friend of a friend’s friend who is a tween girl I highly recommend getting these books for her. There are great life lessons to be learned in these books and are great conversation starters for parents and teens. Both books are for sale on Amazon.com (Click on the book title to go to their Amazon page: Truth or Dare, All that Glitters).
And as a special treat, one lucky reader will win an autographed copy of Truth or Dare and All that Glitters! For a required entry you have to leave us a comment telling us which book you are most interested in reading. For additional entries you can…
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Thank you to Nicole and her publisher for thinking of us and allowing us to review her books! If I had to rate these books with stars, on a scale of 1 – 5, 5 being the highest….they both get a 5!
Be sure to check out scenariosforgirls.com and leave us a comment letting us, and Nicole, know what you think!