Um, I know it’s been, like, a month since the first of these. Sorry. I got busy, then I couldn’t find a good quote, and then I just didn’t feel like it.
Once again, thank you Sam@RiverMoose-Reads.
•Thank the person who nominated you
•Post a quote for 3 consecutive days (1 quote for each day)
•Nominate three new bloggers each day
This time I tag-
Hello peoples! Sorry for the lack of posts over here. Life’s been really crazy for us. We’ve been almost constantly sick for the past two months with the flu, colds, and some mild stomach aches. BUT! I have not abandoned my peoples entirely! Coming this Saturday is a guest post by Blue Binding! OH! I’m so excited!
Ahem, now back to the here and now-
I was nominated for this award by my good friend Kenzie and since I don’t have anything else going on thats worth posting we will go ahead and get started.
~ The Rules ~
- Give all of the credit to Kate, for she is an evil genius (I couldn’t find the original post, so just go to smudged thoughts and click the link to her site.)
- Tag at least two other people
- Invent more questions if you can think of any.
Question One– How many characters do you typically kill per book? And how many people have you killed in real life, dear? Do you… feel any remorse about this? I’m concerned about you.
So far I haven’t killed any characters, but I’m planning on a very gruesome and heart- wrenching death for the Max books. And in The Visitor, well, you’ll just have to wait! Mwahahaha! (P.S. The Visitor is a short story that I actually finished, editing and all, its just waiting for some companions. Imma publish ’em as a book of short stories!)
And as for the second bit, I’d rather not tell. What you don’t know you can’t squeal.
Question Two– Do you prefer to use weapons of mass destruction like explosions and famine and world war or more personal torture like killing family and friends and pets?
Ugh. Definitely personal. I’m not Scorpia, for heaven’s sake! Although, there is quite a bit of war and famine in the early Max books…..
Question Three– Are you more like Loki, who perpetrates great evil with a creepy grin, or… give me a minute… Darth Vader, who secretly weeps inside his… fake head, whilst destroying the world?
LOKI! (And he isn’t evil, he’s just in his emo-rebellious stage!)
Question Four– What is the most dastardly crime you have ever committed as a writer?
This is something I still do-
I burn old stories. Like a criminal burns evidence. Cause I don’t think they’re any good. Of course, its harder to burn stories when they are on your computer. I’m stuck with the less dramatic way- holding down “backspace”.
Question Five– What kind of chocolate do you most like to devour as you burn things? White, milk, semisweet, or dark? Bonus points if you are so evil you find unsweetened cacao palatable
I actually hate most chocolate. The only kinds I can stand are dark and, yes, unsweetened cacao! Its really good. I also like unsweetened black coffee. I’m really weird…………..
Question Six– What is your villainous title? You may not have “Evil Overlord” because that one’s mine.
The Goddess of Shadow!!!!!!!
Question Seven– Which of your characters would actually be a match for you if you were to duke it out one on one?
Any of them. Except maybe Alex and Friday. those girls are so out of shape. Alex has been locked in a room for six months, and Friday, well, she’s a fangirl. An even bigger one then I am. So I could probably take them out, or it might be a tie. That is the most likely outcome.
Question Eight– Which character, in all the many books you have undoubtedly written, is most likely to be your Archnemesis?
Sawyer. No doubt about that. He’s what we call “chaotic evil”. Do not, under any circumstance, get on his bad side. He is powerful and merciless. Unless your a very pretty girl.
Question Nine– Do you wear a cape? Face paint? A mask? Special underpants? Or do you hide in plain sight… like Moriarty? Give me details!
I hide in plain sight! No one would ever suspect that this marshmallow was capable of brutally murdering her characters!
Do you believe in killing off main characters, or are they your smol precious babies whom you cannot even fathom laying a hand (or steel-tipped ax) upon? (#wimpyevilwriter)
As I said above, I am planning the death of a MAJOR character.
Have you ever chickened out of your evilness and tried to resurrect a fallen character whom you have already brutally murdered? Or do you–as they say–let the sleeping skeleton lie?
No. Well, not yet. Who knows what the future holds!
When murdering a
man character, do you often describe it in cringe-worthy detail, or do you prefer to say “SPLAT! He’s dead”, and be done with it? (Bonus Question: have you ever actually said “SPLAT! He’s dead” in one of your writing projects?)
Actually, I like to leave it to the reader’s imagination. Like, I love to just leave them hanging, guessing at what really happened. Did they really die?
The Questions (cause I, for one, am way too lazy to go through the post over and over again!)
My new additions-
Do you ever feel happy when you kill off characters, or do you curl up into a little ball and cry yourself to sleep?
What is your prefered way of killing? Poison, hand-to-hand combat, torture? Or something else? the possibilities are endless! .)
Well, its been fun. But now I must bid you adieu!
Heyo! I was nominated for this award by Clara & Hermione, and I would just like to say
- Show the award on your blog
- Thank the person that has nominated you
- Share 7 different facts about yourself
- Nominate 15 blogs of your choice
- Link your nominees and let them know of your nomination
7 Facts About Me-
- I am going to have 6 kids someday (I did the wedding ring test), 3 girls and 3 boys. I also have names for all of them.
- I LOVE bean burritos. Seriously, I could live off of ’em!
- I tried to swear once. I ended up rolling around on the floor, laughing my head off.
- I have a crush on a guy in my youth group.
- I like to eat limes w/ sea salt.
- Horror is one of my favorite movie genres.
- I often dream about going back in time to my younger self. I usually end up crying in said dreams.
- Island of reading
- Smudged Thoughts
- Ms. O’Carroll
- Pumpkin Charming
- Xander Charming
- Tag the creator of this tag and the one who tagged you
- Pick 5 songs (or more) that you just have to listen whenever they are played
- Pick the books/characters you think fit that song the best, and explain why you pick this book/character for this song
- Tag some friends!
Babel- Mumford & Sons
A lot of Mumford & Sons songs remind me of Loki, if you’ve heard any of them you’d understand. But it reminds me of Magnus as well.
The Boxer- Mumford & Sons
This is another one that reminds me of Loki.
I’m going with a character here- Feanor from The Silmarilion.
Carry On My Wayward Son- Kansas
Adia- Sarah McLachlan
I’m getting a Snape vibe over here. (But this also reminds me of Black Widow….)
Dream On- Aerosmith
The Giver by Lois Lowry. This was my first DNF. How gone people stand this stuff?!
Hurt- Johnny Cash
Oh, how I wish this was for tv/movies! Ugh, well.
Ain’t No Man- The Avett Brothers
I’m leaving this tag open!!!
Hello, hello, hello. I am your beloved Alex Charming.
Hehehehe, see what I did there? Anyway, I found this tag at Thrice Read. Now then, let’s get this party started.
A book about unrequited love
I actually can’t think of any. I don’t really read books revolving around “love”.
A book you pretended to like
I’m super opinionated when it comes to books (or anything else, really), so nothing here.
A book about a first love
I can’t keep saying nothing, so here’s my answer-
A book with a sad ending
Hmmm, that’s a long list. I’ll go with Of Mice and Men by Steinbeck. I almost cried, thank goodness I didn’t though, I have an ugly cry face 😉 .
A book that made you feel embarrassed
I am going to assume that this means being embarrassed for the characters. Things Not Seen by Andrew Clements was really good. The part that made me semi embarrassed was when Bobby went to kiss Alicia.
A book with the most beautiful declaration of love
The Sign of the Four by Arthur Conan Doyle. I know its not what most people would think was a ” beautiful declaration of love”, but when John told Mary how he felt, that he was glad there was no treasure, it really cemented my love for SH.
A book that made you laugh out loud
Artemis Fowl: The Atlantis Complex by Eoin Colfer was hilarious! Especially Orion. There were times when I laughed till I couldn’t breath!
A book that challenged you to think about an important or heavy subject
To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee. It made me really think about racism. Not just back then, but in the here and now.
A book about a strong female friendship
The Adventurers Guide to Successful Escapes by Wade Albert White. The relationship between Anne and Penelope was pretty funny, but also strong. (I couldn’t really thnk of anything else)
Feel free to do this tag if you want to!
Heyo peoples! My computer broke earlier this weak, about a third of the screen is cracked, so I am having to write this using my Kindle.
Any who, I found this tag at Thrice Read and it looked too good to pass up. Onward and yonward!
1. Choose a word that would describe you as a reader.
Diverse, that’s from Mama Charming. But it fits. I’ll read anything and everything I can get my hands on.
2. What is the first book that made you fall in love with reading?
Lara and The Grey Mare by Kathleen Duey is the first chapter book I can remember reading. It really paved the way for everything else.
3. Hardcover or Paperback?
I’m not really picky here, but I kinda prefer paperbacks cause their easier to carry around.
4. How has reading shaped your identity?
Reading has opened up whole new worlds for me. Its made me more open minded.
5. What book do you read when you want to be comforted?
Any book from A Series of Unfortunate Events. They help me realize that life could be way worse ;).
6. Who influenced you to be a reader?
There was a teacher at the Christian academy I used to go to who taught me how to read. She would work me and even gave me books well above my grade level cause I had read all the grade appropriate ones.
7. Describe your dream reading lounge.
There it is, no description needed.
I tag Icebreaker694 for this, as well as anyone else who wants to!
Hello my peoples!
If your not from around here then WELCOME TO THE KINGDOM OF THE DORK QUEEN!!!!
Again, this is from icebreaker694, but they have the best collection of tags ever! And I’ve kinda wanted to do this one for months.
- Put names of Characters (whatever gender you’re attracted to) written in pieces of separate papers in an empty jar or a pen holder.
- Shake the jar
- Pull out 3 pieces of paper in each round and tell us which character you would Kiss, Marry, or Cliff!
I chose a bunch of different guys from different books/worlds, so this should be interesting ;).
First round is easy, I got Eric King (Animorphs), Jake (Animorphs), and John Watson (Sherlock Holmes). Obviously I would cliff Eric, I’m not all that into androids, kiss Jake cause I don’t have any other choice, and marry Watson.
Marry- John Watson
Cliff- Eric King
Not so easy this time. Joe Hardy (Hardy Boys), Marco (Animorphs), and Tobias (Animorphs). Cliff Marco, maybe kiss Joe, and Marry Tobias, if Rachel doesn’t kill me first.
Kiss- Joe Hardy
NO! The universe hates me! I got two of my biggest literary crushes. Sherlock Holmes (Sherlock Holmes), Severus Snape (Harry Potter), and Ron Weasley (Harry Potter). Goodbye Ron! *Laughs hysterically* But who to marry?!
Alright, I’ll marry Sherlock, cause my mom says my heart belongs with him, and *sob* kiss Snape.
Kiss- Severus Snape
Marry- Sherlock Holmes
Cliff- Ron Weasley
Whew, not bad. Ax (Animorphs), Harry Potter (Harry Potter), and Sirius Black (Harry Potter). I’ll cliff Ax, kiss Harry (only for the bragging rights), and marry Sirius.
Kiss- Harry Potter
Marry- Sirius Black
The Final Problem- Round Five
ARGH!!! Frank Hardy (Hardy Boys), Neville Longbotton (Harry Potter), and Draco Malfoy (Harry Potter).
I like all three of them, how do I choose!
Ok, cliff Frank. Then kiss Neville and Marry Draco.
I tag anyone who loves to read!!!
I found this at icebreaker694 (yes I’ll be doing a lot of tags from there). Shall we get started?
EBOOKS OR PHYSICAL BOOKS?
I like physical books more, but ebooks are easier to take with you.
PAPERBACK OR HARDBACK?
Hardback all the way. I love the feel of them.
ONLINE OR IN-STORE BOOK SHOPPING?
IN-STORE! I have never actually bought a book online. My mom has, but I would much rather go to a store and be surrounded by books and other readers,
so long as their not my age.
TRILOGIES OR SERIES?
I’m not really picky when it comes to these kinds of things. If its a good story I’d like it to last as long as possible.
HEROES OR VILLAINS?
I have to go with heroes. At least for books, movies are different-
A BOOK YOU WANT EVERYONE TO READ?
The Adventurer’s Guide to Successful Escapes. I loved this book. It was funny, original, and just plain adorable.
RECOMMEND AN UNDERRATED BOOK.
I don’t know if this counts, but Blue Willow by Doris Gates was really good and no one seems to have read it.
THE LAST BOOK YOU FINISHED?
It was an Animorphs book. I can’t remember which one.
WEIRDEST THING YOU USED AS A BOOKMARK?
A square of tp.
USED BOOKS, YES OR NO?
YES!!! I can’t afford “new” books, so I usually have to buy second-hand.
TOP THREE FAVORITE GENRES?
Mystery, Sci-fi, and Fantasy/adventure.
BORROW OR BUY?
Buy. I don’t enjoy reading books that belong to someone else, I’m afraid I’ll ruin them.
CHARACTERS OR PLOT?
Alright. I won’t read a book that has a see-through plot, but I hate half baked characters, so both.
LONG OR SHORT BOOK?
Not really picky here.
LONG OR SHORT CHAPTERS?
Long ones. That way, when my mom asks me to do something while I’m reading, I can say “Can I finish this chapter first?” and by the time I do finish it shes probably forgotten or gotten someone else to do whatever it was.
NAME THE FIRST THREE BOOKS YOU THINK OF.
The Hound of The Baskervilles, The Fellowship of The Ring, and To Kill A Mockingbird.
BOOKS THAT MAKE YOU LAUGH OR CRY?
Cry, I love a good tear jerker.
OUR WORLD OR FICTIONAL WORLDS?
It really depends on what genre it is. I like mystery to be set in our world, but fantasy/adventure in fictional worlds.
AUDIOBOOKS: YES OR NO?
DO YOU EVER JUDGE A BOOK BY ITS COVER?
Ye~es I do. If a book cover looks nice I’ll pick it up and skim through it, if not I’ll just pass it up for one that does look nice.
BOOK TO MOVIE OR BOOK TO TV ADAPTATION?
Movie cause all the TV ones I’ve seen just stink.
SERIES OR STANDALONE?
If its a good story I’ll take a series, but standalones are okay too.
Leaving this open since I didn’t get formally tagged.
Thats right, I’m making a tag. I hope this catches on!
Thank the person who tagged you
Use the tags pic (should be at the top of this post)
Mention the creator
Answer the questions below
List three of your favorite blogs
Tag at least two others to try this tag
A-Annoying Name a character that got on your nerves.
L-Labyrinth A plot thats hard to understand.
E-Excellent What book, in your opinion, has the best writting?
X-Xenograft A plot/situation/character-type thats been way over used
C-Careless A book that is filled with plot holes and inconsistancy
H-Helpful A book thats always been there for you
A-Anticipation A book that you’ve wanted to read for a while
R-Ravaged A book to movie adaptation that really stunk
M-Metamorphic A character that changed a lot
I-Ingenious A one of a kind story/character
N-Narrative A retelling of a story that you like better then the original
G-Guru Your go to author
My Favorite Blogs-
Jenn, Caitlynn, and Eden over at Thrice Read
And anyone else!
Hello peoples! Its great to see you again!
I was not tagged for this, but neither was icebreaker694, which is where I found it.
THE RECEIPT: THE LAST BOOK YOU GOT FROM THE LIBRARY OR BOUGHT THAT MIGHT STILL HAVE THE RECEIPT IN IT.
Usually when I buy a book from a book store, not used books/thrift stores, I use the receipt as a bookmark. This will last anywhere from 5 minutes to two weeks, until I lose it. Then I’ll just use whatevers closest.
NOTEBOOK PAPER: A BOOK THAT WAS PLAIN AT THE BEGINNING BUT GETS BETTER LATER ON.
Woodsong by Gary Paulsen. This was a really good book, it just took a while for me to get into it. I only got it because Paulsen wrote one of my favorite books ever- Hatchet.
A DOG-EARED OR POST IT TAB: A FAVORITE QUOTE FROM A BOOK THAT TAGGED.
“I get in the dumps at times, and don’t open my mouth for days on end. You must not think I am sulky when I do that. Just let me alone, and I’ll soon be right.”
– A Study in Scarlet by Arthur Conan Doyle
THE HANDMADE: A SELF-PUBLISHED BOOK THAT YOU LIKED OR DIDN’T LIKE.
I don’t really read self-published books.
THE HIGHLIGHTED OR THE UNDERLINED: A BOOK THAT YOU HIGHLIGHTED OR UNDERLINED THAT WASN’T A TEXTBOOK BUT USED IN A CLASS.
NONE! Books are sacred things, in my opinion it’s a crime to write/mark/do-anything-harmful-to-or-on a book.
A POP CULTURE BOOKMARK: CHOSE A FAVORITE CHARACTER TO BE ON A BOOK MARK.
Merlin!!!! He is just so ADORABLE!!
I would love to open a book and find him there!
POSTCARD: A GOOD TRAVEL BOOK.
The Dragon of Cripple Creek by Troy Howell is one of my top 50 favorites. Believe it or not I bought this at the local Dollar Tree for A DOLLAR!!!
OLD PHOTOGRAPH OF YOU: A BOOK YOU LIKED SO MUCH THAT YOU DIDN’T LET GO.
Hmmmmmmm, either A Little Princess or the Animorphs series. (I’m currently rereading Animorphs)
THE KLEENEX TISSUE: WHAT BOOK WAS A TEAR JERKER THAT MADE YOU GET A SECOND BOX?
Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows made me cry like a baby! At the end I wanted nothing more than to send Rowling a Howler. 😦
THE FLOWER PRESS BOOKMARK: A BOOK WITH A BEAUTIFUL COVER.
Um, all of them? How can anyone choose between their babies?
THE BUCK BOOKMARK: A BOOK YOU MIGHT HAVE SPENT MORE ON THAN EXPECTED.
Harry Potter and The Order of The Pheonix. I bought this at Walmart for, like 10.98 or something. It was sooooooo worth it.
BAND-AID BOOKMARK: A BOOK THAT HAS A HEALING OR CALMING EFFECT ON YOU.
Whenever life got me down, or my relatives were driving me crazy, I would take this book outside and just read. It made me feel like life wasn’t so bad, it could always be worse.
FINALLY: WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE BOOKMARK?
I actually don’t have a whole lot of bookmarks. I just use any scrap of paper I can.
I tag any and everyone who wants to do this.
I was nominated by thegirlonthego08. THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!!
- THANK THE BLOGGER WHO NOMINATED YOU AND PROVIDE A LINK TO THEIR BLOG.
- WRITE A POST TO SHOW YOUR AWARD.
- GIVE A BRIEF STORY OF HOW YOUR BLOG STARTED.
- GIVE TWO PIECES OF ADVICE TO NEW BLOGGERS.
- SELECT 15 OTHER BLOGGERS YOU WANT TO GIVE THIS AWARD TO.
- COMMENT ON EACH BLOG AND LET THEM KNOW YOU HAVE NOMINATED THEM & PROVIDE THE LINK TO THE POST YOU CREATED
Ok, a short story about the Creation of Lordofthetrekkies.
LOTT is not my first blog, I had one years ago called ThatJesusGirl that never really stuck, and I realized that I was not good at blogging. Then, almost two years ago now, I decided to start a dork themed blog. Can’t remember why exactly, but I was going through a rough time. People that had been my friends since birth stopped talking to me, I retreated into my shell, and shunned those who where shunning me. I’m in a better situation now. I have a small hand full of friends, mostly online, and I’m a lot more open to people. And its all thanks to Lordofthetrekkies. This is my home, and you guys are my best friends.
(Wow, that was really sappy…. Its staying)
Now for the advice-
- Be you, don’t worry about what the world wants from you. Focus on what you want from you. In all honesty, I would much rather read about your life and opinions then reread what everyone else is saying.
- Interact with other bloggers. We can help you, just ask. If someone comments on your site, reply. Engage your audience.
I nominate you, who ever is reading this.
I had seen this lovely thing around, but I’ve never received a nomination. So when I found it at icebreaker694 I decided to pretend that I’d been nominated. 😉
- 1. Put the award logo/image on your blog
- 2. List the rules
- 3. Thank whoever nominated you and provide a link to their blog.
- 4. Mention the creator of the award and provide a link as well
- 5. Tell your readers 3 things about yourself
- 6. You nominate 10 – 20 people
- 7. Notify your nominees by commenting on their blog
- 8. Ask your nominees any 5 questions of your choice; with one weird or funny question (specify)
- 9. Share a link to your best post(s)
Thanks to the creator, OKOTO ENIGMA’S BLOG, for making this award.
3 things about me
- I hate The Giver by Lois Lowry, I will never finish/read it again
- I have never left the US
- and I like wearing skinny jeans
First book you read in 2017.
The Adventurers Guide to Successful Escapes. Even though its considered a kids book I enjoyed it a lot.
What’s the last fandom you joined in?
Ummmm, Star Wars maybe? I wasn’t a fan until The Force Awakens came out.
Best GIF or Meme of last year.
A special skill that you have that you’re proud of.
I don’t have a whole lot of skills, but my favorite is my writing skills (and I’m not even that good).
Random: It’s the zombie apocalypse, which book are you okay with throwing at the zombies?
Jane Eyre. Take that, you brain eating scum!!!!
- (Weird)What is your favorite pair of socks? Can you show us a picture?
- Star Trek or Star Wars?
- Are you an outdoors person?
- What is your opinion on Lost?
- If you could meet one author and could only say one sentence to him/her, who would it be, and what would you say?
Clara and Hermione from Proud and Prejudiced Book Thieves
Sophie at Fangirl101books
thegirlonthego08 at wordscan’tfathom
Anyone who’s first name is Boone,
and the donkey across the road.
I’m not gonna bother with the whole “best posts” thing, it would take way to long. 😉
Until we meet again,
P.S I would love to be tagged/nominated for more things. HINT HINT!!!!
Geez, it feels like forever since I last did a tag or an award. But Lucky for us I found this little thing over at Thrice Read.
- Use the original banner.
- Answer the questions!
- Use lots of book covers.
- Tag your friends.
WHAT BOOK ARE YOU CURRENTLY READING?
Ugh, so many.
Postern of Fate by Agatha Christie
Harry Potter and The Half-Blood Prince by J. K. Rowling (again)
The Silmarillion by J. R. R. Tolkien
The Mysterious Benedict Society and The Perilous Journey by Trenton Lee Stewert
And I think thats all……
WHAT’S THE LAST BOOK YOU FINISHED?
Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows by J. K. Rowling
I cried soooooooooooooo hard! My Watson thought something was seriously wrong with me, but no, it was just that book. 😦
FAVORITE BOOK YOU READ THIS YEAR?
This was kinda hard, but one book really stood out from all others-
Gathering Blue by Lois Lowry
Honestly, I’ve never read anything like it. (But that probably doesn’t mean anything since I live under a rock)
WHAT GENRE HAVE YOU READ MOST THIS YEAR?
Mystery. No doubt about it. What with Sherlock Holmes, Nancy Drew, Agatha Christie, and The Hardy Boys its surprising I read anything else this past year.
WHAT GENRE HAVE YOU READ LEAST THIS YEAR?
Probably Romance. I don’t read it, like at all. Why? Because emotions get on my nerves.
WHAT GENRE DO YOU WANT TO READ MORE OF?
Horror. I love being scared out of my wits. Sitting up in bed at every little noise. Ahhhhh, its so wonderful. 😉
HOW MANY BOOKS HAVE YOU READ THIS YEAR, AND WHAT’S YOUR GOAL?
I really don’t keep track, though the count is most likely on the upside of a hundred. I’m gonna try to keep track this year.
WHAT’S THE LAST BOOK YOU BOUGHT?
I got a ton from a thrift store, not really sure what they were though.
WHAT BOOK ARE YOU SAVING UP TO BUY NEXT?
The Return of The King believe it or not, I have never read this book. But I’m broke at the moment and can’t buy any books 😦
HOW MANY BOOKS DID YOU CHECK OUT LAST LIBRARY VISIT?
None. Zero. Nil. And I don’t regret it either.
WHAT’S A BOOK YOU CAN’T WAIT TO READ?
The Giver by Lois Lowry. My mom confiscated it after my cousin gave it to me. She said she wanted to make sure there was nothing bad in it. That was in July. JULY PEOPLE! I have waited and waited, reading reviews about how great it is and she still won’t give it back!
WHAT’S A SERIES YOU’D RECOMMEND TO EVERYONE?
Guardians of Ga’hoole by Kathryn Lasky
It’s so amazing! Interesting Factoid: My family is owl crazy.
WHO’S AN AUTHOR YOU’RE HOPING WRITES MORE?
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Being dead is no excuse not to write more, haven’t you ever heard of ghost writers? 😉 JK
A FEW BOOKS YOUR HEART ADORES?
- Gathering Blue by Lois Lowry
- A Little Princess by Frances Hodgson Burnett
- Into The Land of The Unicorns by Bruce Coville
- Blue Willow by Doris Gates
- Lara and The Grey Mare by Kathleen Duey
I’m gonna limit myself to just five, but the list could go on and on.
WHAT SERIES’ COMING CONCLUSION MAKES YOU SAD?
None, I love the feeling of finishing something I started. Even books.
WHAT BOOKS ARE ON YOUR WISH-LIST?
Every Agatha Christie, Nancy Drew, and Hardy Boys out there. *Sigh*
I TAG EVERYONE!!!!!!!