A rebellion has begun.
A rebellion started by teenagers and young adults.
A rebellion started by Christians.
What do we rebel against?
AND OTHER DARK, VILE THOUGHTS, WORDS AND DEEDS
FROM THE PITS OF HELL
IN OUR YOUNG ADULT LITERATURE!!!!
We're tired of looking away and closing an otherwise good book because of the above things.
We only ask for decency from our Young Adult authors.
Others have already answered Gray Marie Cox's call:
Anna @ A World Through Her Heart
Elena @ A Homeschool Nerd's Tale
Alexandra @ A Tween's Random Ramblings
@ Ivie Writes
MovieCritic @ Movies Meet Their Match
Jem Jones @ Jem Jones, Writer
Florid Sword @ A Writer's Song
Kenzie @ Kenziesblog
Libby @ GeoTurtle
Lilly @ A Lilly in God's Garden
Melissa Gravitis @ Quill Pen Writer
Rachel @ R's Loft
Bethany R @ A Great God and Good Cocoa
Lila Red @ The Cheapskate Bibliomaniac
Anne @ Be Done in Love
Daisy @ Caught Daydreaming
Kat N Lia @ Catholic Girl Stuff
Aster @ The Artful Author
Tanisha @ Both Sides of the Equation
Ralmayee @ The Art of Life
Psylova @ Silver Bullet 101
Belle @ Worlds of Ink and Paper
Kate @ Story and Dark Chocolate
Here's how you can:
1. Write posts on your blog (rants, recommendations, reviews of books, etc.) and link them to Gray 's post or the Rebellious Writing website.
2. Place either the #RebelliousWriting image or one of the memes on the sidebar of your blog with a link to Rebellious Writing website.
3. Actively share blog posts, images/memes on social media.
4. Email the team at email@example.com if you wish to become more involved!
And yes, the rumors are true. Rebellious Writing has it's own website!!! Check it out here: www.rebelliouswriting.com
A good novel tells us the truth about it's hero,
but a bad novel tells us the truth about it's author.
~ G. K. Chesterton