Thursday, February 25, 2010

Revolve Magazine 2010

My Review
I want to first note that this is something I normally wouldn't review but I was so interested I figured it wouldn't hurt to give it a try.
  I personally felt like this was more of a bible undercover, without being overwhelming. It was creative and put together well.  It was cute IE having tests as regular teen magazines do. It also offer free download of music. Which made it even more enjoyable for teens. It was easy to follow which brings in the attention from teen audiences. I loved the ask Jenna section. I also like that they talk about real issues that effect teens. Such as smoke weed, girls crushing on the same guy. The feature of the volunteer work in Africa was a wonder piece.  My favorite part of the entire magazine was the "Book 'Em!" Section. It gave facts such as 61% of low income families have no books in their homes. This is a great magazine for a faith based teen. I felt it really is a crossover magazine that would truly reach a teen.

I received this from Thomas Nelson Publishing Group. In no way was my review influenced. This is my opinion alone.


Juju at Tales of said...

I saw this and was wondering about it. Thanks for the great review.

Melissa said...

Great, honest review...I've heard about this one, and I've heard mixed reviews, too. :)

Nina said...

I havent seen this one, but that's because I live in The Netherlands. :)
Great review for the fab magazin!

Carrie at In the Hammock Blog said...

The book 'em section sounds really good!!

Shannon O'Donnell said...

This is a wonderful magazine and I am THRILLED to see someone review it. I should have known it would be you. You are the best! :-)