March 26, 2007Today’s Report Will Be Filed Tomorrow I am beat. Bone-tired. More tomorrow. Good-night, Detroit. Good-night, world. Sweet dreams. 8 comments
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Yay for Georgetown! Not that I’m into basketball, but it was fun watching you and Sarah Dessen go back and forth about it.
Also, I just started Catalyst the other day, and tonight I got to the part where there were 2 pretty big twists having to do with the Litches…All I can say is, Oh myyyy gosh! I’m soooo hooked! Picked up Twisted, and can’t wait to finish Catalyst and start it. You rock lady! 🙂
Hope you recover for Wednesday… I should get to meet you then!! 🙂
I just discovered you’re on LiveJournal, so I thought I’d pop in and say hi, and that I loved Twisted. I work at Borders, so I actually got an advance reader (which is how I found out you’re on LJ, incidentally — your journal address was on the letter you included in the book) and read it before it came out. I was not disappointed; you always do a great job. 🙂
Hello! Thanks so much for supporting my books and my readers. I’m really glad you liked the book.
i loved your book!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
how did you git in the filling of doing tyler for the book it was just so much like what and teen boy thinks and fills.
my fav part was when he finley stands up for him self . i rilly got the part of I CHOSE WISLEY!
i think he will go on his own path and live life his way.. no one elsa
Re: Books and Books event
Roadies – on a book tour – that is such an awesome concept! After the “show” we could sit around curled up on comfy chairs and read out loud to each other.
Not quite backstage with Rolling Stones, but close.
A student from WEST!
I just wanted to thank you for coming to our school, I have been looking forward to it for so long. Yesterday was so inspirational I am tempted to show up in Birmingham today to hear you again. I am aspiring writer and I was the one who told you about the “book Journal” that I keep with all the quotes from different books. My name is Alex, thought I’d let you know before I went any farther. I was wondering….I hope you understand this question. The mother in the book TWISTED, was it the turning point in the book when she quit drinking. Because I know that when she turned down her gin and tonic it was an important scence I was just wondering if I get the point, or if thats what you meant. Or if she even quit! Anyways thanks for your time, I look forward to reading whatever you come out with next!
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