Lara lives in the small town of Turnpost, South Dakota. She’s not sure why she started writing a blog. In 2002, it’s just the thing to do. She’s not the only one blogging. Follow five characters in different walks of life as their paths overlap (or just miss each other) in a variety of ways. A story about unexpected connections and the difficulty of change, “Another Year or Two” is a charming, multilayered glimpse into the thoughts of people who have no idea who is reading what they post.
Amanda and I talk about our favorite graphic novels, the different kinds of graphic novels, what books we’d love to see as graphic novels, and why you should read graphic novels (and why they aren’t just for kids!). We had some technical difficulties with the camera switching back and forth, but it’s still worth a watch!
When I was twelve, my mother disappeared. I was the first person to never find her.
I’m sixteen now and she has never been found, alive or dead. I’m not the girl I should have been.
When Charlotte Stevens, bright but failing, is sent to stay at her mother’s childhood home in Somerset England her life is changed forever. While exploring the lavish family manor, Gaersum Aern, Charlotte discovers a stone puzzle box that contains apentagram necklace and a note from her mother-clues to her family’s strange past and her mother’s disappearance. Charlotte must try to solve the puzzle box, decipher her mother’s old journals, and figure out who is working to derail her efforts-and why. The family manor contains many secrets and hidden histories, keys to the elegant mystery Charlotte called mom and hopefully, a trail to finding her. Continue reading
Amanda (from Amanda’s Nose in a Book), Sarah and I did a post on our love for Young Adult literature. Check it out on her blog, and come back here for Sunday Night Chats! Also, check out Sarah’s cool YouTube video Read Me Maybe! It’s linked on Amanda’s post and it’s great!
Amanda (from Amanda’s Nose in a Book) and I talk about shipping at your request!
Tonight at 8 pm EST, Amanda and I will be doing a google hangout to talk to our followers and blog goers about shipping! Link to join will be posted here once it’s started, and the video itself will be uploaded once the chat is over. So if you have a webcam and an opinion on character shipping, make a google+ account and join us!