Chapter Twenty-Nine: DefectionBetter Title: And the Dish Ran Away with the Loon. (Jasper's the dish.)
The first sentence of this chapter should have been the final sentence of the entire series:
"We sat there all night long, statues of horror and grief, and Alice never came back."
Now... More →
We promised we'd tell you how to pick up any guy with the perfect book, but unfortunately for stereotyping, not all guys fit into our neat categories. So we made more categories! Here are more awesome, nerd-tastic ways to score dudes with the books... More →
Volume of the Third, Chapters 5-8
Lizzy Bennet ends her vacation early and rushes home to be with her family. Her family is in shambles because her little sister Lydia went out for milkshakes with a handsome young man and never came back.
Actually, the Bennets don't... More →
cupcakemichi wrote this post. We'd say more about it, but we're dumbfounded. —SparkitorsDisclaimer: This article links to TVTropes. TVTropes Will Ruin Your Life.
I agree with MaxVZ on several points, however, I think much of his logic is flawed. MaxVZ... More →
Chapter Twenty-Eight: FutureBetter Title: They Grow Up So Fas…Oh, She's Dead Already.
Let's back up a bit and cover some of the story from the previous chapter that I glossed over in my Christmas Poem. (It was too hard to rhyme "South America"... More →
MaxVZ pops in to make our brains melt with science. —Sparkitors
It recently occurred to me that the Harry Potter world demonstrates evolution. In the Harry Potter universe, humanity is trending towards wizards and eventually regular, non-magical humans will be wiped out entirely by... More →
WeDidntStartTheFire, we admire you. Even if you did turn into a lunatic. —Sparkitors
You, dear Sparkler, must know what NaNoWriMo is. If you don’t, you must live under a rock. In which case, you wouldn’t even be reading this, unless you’re... More →
Chapter Twenty-Seven: Travel PlansBetter Title: Your Baby Is Broken. Fix it.
The Twilight Before Christmas
By Daniel Adam Bergstein
'Twas days before Christmas, when all through the house
Dan was still stirring, like a caffeinated mouse.
He paced and he hollered, he yelped and he cried,
"This book makes no... More →
Coffinmaker did it! He blogged the whole dang book! Connnnnngratulations! —Sparkitors
You know how the very first chapter of the book started in the year 1801? That was when Lockwood came to Wuthering Heights to get curious about Heathcliff, hear a long story from... More →
Chapter Twenty-Six: ShinyBetter Title: …there are no words for this.
How? Why? Who? Where? If? When? But? Why? Why? Why? Why?
This can't happen. Not again. How can a book hurt me so much? Why do words hold so much power? I don't care that it's freezing... More →