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Re: Juvenile Fiction

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  • picabo_yve_2005
    That is true... the market promotes what it thinks people should read. :)
    Message 1 of 2 , Jan 7, 2010
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      That is true... the market promotes what it thinks people should read. :)

      --- In fantasyfictiondungeon@yahoogroups.com, Noelle Hay <swampfaye@...> wrote:
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      > I do think it's fair because there is now a juvenile market. There wasn't one when we were growing up. There was only childrens and adults. What existed as the 'market' was limited and didn't extend to novels. So if teenagers weren't reading what you were, it's because there was no market pushing them toward it. (You see how the market encourages Harry Potter, Twilight, etc. There was no such creature when we were growing up).
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      > It might just be the market sorting itself out - like the dime novel in pop culture. Eventually the cream will rise to the top, but right now it seems like a mish mash of midden to have to sort through.
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      > Noelle
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