Monday, September 10, 2012
A couple of weeks ago I posted a review of Hannah Harrington's sophomore novel Speechless, which you can read here. Here's a little more about the book:
Everyone knows that Chelsea Knot can't keep a secret. Until now. Because the last secret she shared turned her into a social outcast -- and nearly got someone killed. Chelsea has taken a vow of silence to learn to keep her mouth shut and to stop hurting anyone else.
Love is Louder Campaign.
Love is Louder is a non-profit group and Harlequin TEEN partnered with them to help use the power of YA literature to take a stand against bullying. The Speechless action kit is up on the Love is Louder site and uses tie book to provide ideas for activities and events that promote the anti-bullying movement. The goal of this partnership is to help make a difference in the lives of teens, one student at a time.
If you weren't aware already, October is anti-bullying month. Keep your eyes around the blogosphere because I bet this is a topic that'll be touched on quite a bit over the next month and a half.
To celebrate the partnership between Harlequin TEEN and the Love is Louder campaign, I've got two copies of Speechless to give away to those who live in the US or Canada. All you have to do is fill in the form, and I'll pull two winners on September 24. If you're interested in book trailers, I'm including it here for you to check out.