Ellen Hopkins Message Board

Tre posts on 2/25/2009 5:21:11 PM Ellen Hopkins, quite frankly, could not write any better. if you disagree, your brain dead.
E posts on 2/22/2009 12:01:44 AM Heidi is a dear friend and Freeze Frame is an excellent book. I watched it grow from an idea, into this great story.
Amanda posts on 2/21/2009 10:49:54 PM I can't wait for Perfect... I've been hoping she would write about this for a while now.. Impulse and Identifal made me cry. It was like I was there and I felt the emotions..

Ally posts on 2/15/2009 10:28:21 PM So if anyone is having Ellen Hopkins withdrawals like I am..bc her new book isn't coming out until the summer...there is actually an author who is Ellen Hopkins friend i think? (Correct me if I'm wrong Ellen) Her name is Heidi Ayarbe and the name of the book is called "Freeze Frame"'s definitely Ellen Hopkins style short pages awesome plot/story line keeps you wanting more its amazing and you girls/boys will LOVE its great and it will save you from waiting for Tricks to come out i promise you! :) try it out!!
Ellen posts on 2/15/2009 5:53:55 PM Nothing definite on movies yet, but some interest. Other verse novelists include Sonja Sones, Susan Taylor Brown (Hugging the Rock), Mel Glenn.
Tasha posts on 2/15/2009 3:52:27 PM Are ther any movies comming out on the books by ellen hopkins???
Tai posts on 2/12/2009 10:51:02 AM Hi, Ellen. My school is making an "IMAG," which is like an online magazine. You are the 'Author of the month' for February. I'd just like to let you know, and leave a "thank you," for your powerful writing. I'll leave a link when it's up. Also, not to be disrespectful toward Lisa, but a lot of students have read and/or experienced things similar to Kristina. I do think parts may be a bit adult, but I think it's smart that Young Adults are informed of where their actions could take them. I may be a high schooler, but I do think "It's better safe than sorry."
Hailey posts on 2/11/2009 6:21:22 PM Lisa, I am a fourteen year old and I read that book when I was thirteen. It touched my heart. I knew that people went through such things, but it is nice to see from the users perspective of what they feel and what they're going through. I must agree with Ellen that you are out of touch with teens. It helped me open my mind to knew things. To understad how the people that I know, who do drugs, are feeling and how they need help. All her books made me feel that my life could be worse and that I should be so fortunate. It showed me that not everyine gets a happy ending, but in the end you may just be okay after all. You need to open your heart and your mind and put yourself in that teenagers shoes that you saw reading the book. Maybe they are going through something and seek comfort through these books like I did. She has a right to feel like she is not alone and she can read what she wants as long as SHE is okay with the book and herself.
alex posts on 2/9/2009 10:24:27 PM I've read all of your books and I think they're amazing. Even though I don't think movies do books justice, I think it'd be great to see any of yours taken to a visual level. I could relate so wholly to a lot of your characters. I think it's kind of crazy how insightful you are and how compelling your writing is. Ellen, never stop writing!
xoe posts on 2/9/2009 6:41:37 PM you have to write a sequel to burned its my favorite book and i have to know what happens to pattyn i was so heartbroken when ethan died i need ou to write it
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