Ellen Hopkins Message Board

Kelsey posts on 4/10/2011 11:54:05 PM Best author on the planet. You would make a TON for film rights to the crank series or any of your books. though, i thin your too good & they wouldnt come out as good.Keep writing!
Juan posts on 3/20/2011 4:52:50 PM Ellen, other than Perfect, Smoke, Tilt and Triangles what else do you have in mind? Please write other stories aswell, not only sequels ;)... Maybe you could asweel write sequels to tricks or identical, I like all your books all very inspiraional... P.S What will tilt, triangles and burned be about ? Thanks, Take care Juan :)
Heather posts on 2/23/2011 4:26:33 PM I love your books! Not just because they are intense and never ending twist but your style is amazing and unlike anything I have ever read! Every sentence, every word means something and even though each page is fully covered with words, each sentence has more of a powerful meaning than normal. I absolutly love your books and highly agree with the statement that young teenagers should read these books. Like in the past, the schools were requiring to read Go Ask Alice--Anonymous because it spoke of a girl's downspiral life because of using drugs. I love the Crank, Glass, and Fallout books as this series not only as your own personal experience has a huge influence but as it shows Kristina's downspiral and then in Fallout, has shown that Kristina's actions and drug undertake has not only affected her but close ones. Keep writing please!

Cheyenne lynch posts on 2/16/2011 10:44:35 PM I love you and your books. I own all of them except for your adult novel but I'm planning to get it soon. I remember meeting you a couple years ago and how nice and amazing you were. I really hope I can make it to the book fair again this year. I love your books and your an amazing author. I'd love to own and have signed every single book of yours someday. I keep forgetting I have your email under your signature in one of your books. I hope that if I email you, you remember me... I love your books<3
Ellen posts on 2/16/2011 10:31:56 AM TRIANGLES is my first adult novel, in verse, due to release in October. PERFECT is the next YA, due out in September. If you mean am I writing any more Kristian (CRANK) books, no. I don't write series, (except the three CRANK books ended up being a series). The rest are all individual novels and yes I will have one YA and one adult book coming out every year for the foreseeable future. And SMOKE, the sequel to BURNED, will be the 2013 YA.
Courtney posts on 2/15/2011 3:13:24 PM I am in love with Your books. I have read burned impulse tricks identical and crank, and reading glass right now. I was wondering if you are going to write anymore books in this series after fallout? And if so, what will they be called? I don't know if I could live without these books. They keep me going and are sooooo hard to put down. So let me know if you are continuing the series. Also, if anybody else knows, comment?(: Thanks so much, Courtney.
adrienne posts on 1/20/2011 4:50:35 AM hi ellen!! i am 18 and i LOVE your books!! the poetry is a wonderful way of writting.I was wonderinaboutyour new book, pefect and when u think itll be published? im anxious to read your next creation!! i am also vry excited to hear about you sequal to burned! That book stole my heart,i couldnt put it down for a secound!! thanks Ellen!! will you be doing any traveling to FL? id love to meet you :)
Krystal Tolentino posts on 1/18/2011 2:10:27 PM I saw that you have another book coming out this year called Triangles, is it a new book or a spin off of another one you have previously written?
Ellen Hopkins posts on 1/3/2011 6:30:38 PM Hello, Angel. To answer your question, it depends on her maturity level. I've had younger readers than 13 do fine with the book. Personally, I believe middle school is exactly the place this book especially needs to be. It will definitely make her think before she ever tries drugs!
Angel Jenkins posts on 1/3/2011 5:11:44 PM My daughter is 13 and wants to read Crank. She has heard about it through some friends. I have not read it, but did read the reviews and it seems a little too mature for her. Is this book more geared toward an older teen to twenty year olds? Thank You, Angel Jenkins
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