Shock & Giggles: Most Memorable Fan Experiences

This week in the YA Indie Carnival we were asked to write about our most memorable fan experience. I am fortunate to have a few. I recall a little brown eyed, brown haired girl that attended the Midnight Child launch party. She couldn't have been more than ten or eleven and looked a lot like … Continue reading Shock & Giggles: Most Memorable Fan Experiences

Even vampires have to change it up sometimes

I was at one of my favorite local restaurants (The Wounded Goose) the other day and noticed that they have a new item on the menu called "The Vampire Slayer Burger". With garlic mayo, onions, and extra garlic, it is touted to bring even the oldest vamp to his knees. After a good laugh, my … Continue reading Even vampires have to change it up sometimes

Fiction Fireworks…kaboom baby!

Here in Ohio, flags are flying on porches, kids have sparklers in hand, and my husband has eaten his weight in watermelon. We're getting ready to celebrate Independence Day. The YA Indie Carnival is celebrating too with this week's topic...Fiction Fireworks! I recall seeing a TV special about the world famous Zambelli family. The Zambelli's … Continue reading Fiction Fireworks…kaboom baby!

My Top 10 Favorite Love Triangles

After a week of whining to friends and family, I finally convinced someone to go with me to see Breaking Dawn. In honor of the victory, I'm posting My Top 10 Favorite Love Triangles (YA Book Edition). It was really hard to narrow them down, so if you have any additions, post a Comment. 10. … Continue reading My Top 10 Favorite Love Triangles

Sixteen minutes after midnight

As I began to write this post, the clock struck exactly sixteen minutes after midnight. The house is completely quiet. There is a huge storm outside and I'm curled up on the couch watching Twilight for the millionth time. It occurred to me that this is probably every paranormal junkie's idea of the perfect evening. … Continue reading Sixteen minutes after midnight