Monthly Archives: April 2009

Bad Girls Don't Die

by Katie Alender Alexis is a photographer, a loner, a trouble-maker, a class-skipper, a protester, an independent with pink hair.  She lives a big, old house with a big, old tree in the front yard.  Her mother is a workaholic … Continue reading

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Bad Girls Don’t Die

by Katie Alender Alexis is a photographer, a loner, a trouble-maker, a class-skipper, a protester, an independent with pink hair.  She lives a big, old house with a big, old tree in the front yard.  Her mother is a workaholic … Continue reading

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Bones of Faerie

by Janni Lee Simner Liza lives in a world much different from our own.  Liza’s world was changed when humans and faerie fought a horrible war, devastating both sides.  Liza has been brought up to believe that anything and everything … Continue reading

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The Glass Maker's Daughter

by V. Briceland Risa is the daughter of one of the seven most prominent families in Cassaforte, and because of her status, her future is to be decided by the gods during the Ritual of Scrutiny.  As the day for … Continue reading

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The Glass Maker’s Daughter

by V. Briceland Risa is the daughter of one of the seven most prominent families in Cassaforte, and because of her status, her future is to be decided by the gods during the Ritual of Scrutiny.  As the day for … Continue reading

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Library Loot: April 22-28

Library Loot is a weekly event co-hosted by Eva and Alessandra that encourages bloggers to share the books they’ve checked out from the library. If you’d like to participate, just write up your post-feel free to steal the button-and link … Continue reading

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Jolted: Newton Starker's Rules for Survival

by Arthur Slade Newton Starker is the last in the Starker line.  All of his Starker relatives, except for his cranky great-grandmother, have died from lightning strikes, his mother being the most recent victim.  No one knows why lightning so … Continue reading

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