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My First Short Story! – The Pink Sweater

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The Pink Sweater

Hey everyone! As it was said in the article from my school’s newspaper, I have been working on a short story to publish as an e-book. Well, right now, you can purchase my short story titled: “The Pink Sweater”, for $0.99 at Amazon.com for the Amazon Kindle. Right here. The Barnes and Noble Nook version […]

BookNerdBlog Newspaper Article

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Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater

My Rating: 3 stars Grace was attacked by wolves when she was younger. Ever since then, she had this strange attachment to this one wolf with golden eyes – the one that saved her. Ever since then, she was obsessed with the wolves that lived in the forest behind her house. After a local boy […]

To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

My rating: 5 stars Scout and Jem Finch spent a good part of their childhood obsessing over their next door neighbor, Arthur “Boo” Radley, who was rumored to be slightly crazy. But now that they’re older, and more involved with and exposed to more adult topics, most of their time is centered on the trial. […]

Upcoming books!

There are so many books out there to read, sometimes I just can’t keep track. So here’s a small list of upcoming books in series that that I have been reviewing and blogging about: • The Delirium Trilogy by Lauren Oliver: The second book, Pandemonium, will be released February 2012 and the last book, Requiem, […]

Delirium by Lauren Oliver

My Rating: 5 stars The United States is now a place where love or ‘amor deliria nervosa’ is illegal. It’s considered a disease. It’s been sixty four years since love was announced as a disease. Forty three since there has been a cure. Every person: woman, man and child, live in fear of contracting this […]