Publisher’s Weekly reports: “Penguin U.K. will be launching a book Web site this September for teenagers, run by a teen editorial board. According to The Bookseller, Penguin's research shows that three out of four teens get their information about books from the Internet. "We found that conventional marketing won't reach them but that we could reach this audience online," Puffin publicity director Adèle Minchin told the magazine. The site, www.spinebreakers.co.uk, will launch in September and will cover titles throughout the Penguin group.”
Now if only they had it in America, doesn’t it sound like a good fit with my thrillers Shock Point and next year’s Fire, Kiss, Electric Chair?