willwriteforhearts returns with another chapter of her riveting story!—Sparkitors
I’ve been picking at the dirt for the past ten minutes or so, careless about the fact that it’s getting under my fingers and turning them black.
“Alice…” Lois nudges me nervously while we eat... More →
17-year-old Scott-Free is blogging THE RULES, the ultimate dating guide book, as he travels the country. —Sparkitors
This post is dedicated to Forks, Washington, because I passed through that little town this week, and I saw the shadow of Twilight covering it. The Chamber... More →
Chapter Four: Flourish and BlottsBetter Title: Hermione's Mom and Dad's Big Scene
Harry's parents play a pivotal roll in the overall mythology of the series. Ron's parents acts as Harry's family, and their involvement in the story escalates with each book. But Hermione's parents? They are... More →
Scott-Free is blogging the dating guide, The Rules. Is his pen mightier than his Styrofoam sword? —Sparkitors
This post is dedicated to Animated_Antipathy, who wrote a shining post on chivalry last week. It was so powerful that I decided to take up... More →
Chapter One: The Worst Birthday Better Title: You Can Skip This Chapter
One book down, six to go. Book 2, which in America is titled "Harry Potter and the Room of Things," is yet another Scooby-Doo mystery. I'll try to go through this one as fast... More →
In willwriteforhearts last chapter, Nick was contacted by a mysterious man—but does he want to help him or hurt him?
“Is…” My voice rises quickly, getting hysterically loud. Keeping my eyes on him, I hesitantly put my backpack on the kitchen table... More →
A few things before I begin: I know this book is about fairies. I know that a lot of people like it. I know that I like fairies, and therefore, I ought to like it too. And with that said, let’s dive right in, shall... More →
Scott-Free is blogging a book called The Rules—a guide to obtaining Mr. Right. And he's doing it from a canoe, naturally. —Sparkitors
This post is dedicated to all those Native Americans who fought against their European invaders in canoes. ‘Cause this week I went... More →