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But teenagers can be a finicky lot: if the adults in their lives are too excited or too supportive of a new goal, suddenly that aspiration is gone. Rather than bombard them with fancy pens and motivational reading, direct them to a comfort zone: the Internet. These sites are great resources and landing spots for future storytellers. Well-known writers such as Margaret Atwood and Cory Doctorow even post their work here. Teens can find and follow their favorite authors and release their own works as serial novels. Access to an audience in the millions — the site has 25 million members, and that number is always growing — has led to big-name book deals for successful Wattpad authors.
Yovanna Ventura. Age: 31. I describe myself as a genuine, smart and elegant lady and very positive about life. I borned and grow up in South America, it means I have a happy and open personality. I like to talk,but no worries , I am able to listen too. I only lead with elegant people and respectful, it means a lot to me.
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Layla. Age: 26. Lust and alluring sweetness! Loving lady in search of a lover! Individually. Confidentially. Not a salon. Warm meeting and harmony of what is happening. I meet by mutual sympathy for my pleasure, always in high spirits and rested. My magic fingers will realize your fantasies!
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Yes, you read that right: adults. Once upon a time it would have been shameful for adults to read books written for teenagers, never mind admitting that publicly, but nowadays it has become so common that many have even taken to blogging to discuss and review what they have read. At YA events such as book signings and author talks, a staggering number of attendees are aged 18 or over — showing that the prior societal damnation of adults reading books for young people is no more. This in itself creates a sub-mystery, too: why do these books remain popular years after they are first published, and what is it about our current society and world that means that their messages and values are still applicable to us?