TheatrePoetDreamer takes on last week's controversial Eragon post! Which side of the debate are you on?—Sparkitors
When I read the first Eragon book at the tender age of 10, I loved it. And I still do. And guess what? I read... More →
ATTENTION, BUTTS: I hereby challenge each and every one of you to a PANCAKE-EATING CONTEST BATTLE ROYALE SUDDEN DEATH MATCH. It will commence tomorrow at dawn. Bring your own utensils. And your own pancakes. Also, a bucket for barfing. And lastly, a you-sized coffin.
Now that... More →
Dumblydorr delivers an update on her NaNoWriMo experience—which may or may not include MURDER.—Sparkitors
Hello again, Sparklies!
It's been an action-packed week for me. On the bright side, I am having lots of fun; on the down side, the amount of work I am... More →
Chapter Twenty-Four: Priori Incantatem Better Title: Try to Ignore the Phallic Nature of Wands
We're going to wrap up the book in this week's blog and end it quickly, because the sooner we finish the sooner we get to the very best Harry Potter book,... More →
When we first read Eragon, we loved it (forgive our preteen ignorance). With Eldest, we were a tad bit disappointed. And when Brisingr came out, we almost died of boredom—and were a bit annoyed that Christopher Paolini decided to extend his trilogy into a four-book... More →
If you're like me, whenever your favorite book has a song in it, you wonder what sort of tune it's supposed to be sung to. Because obviously, if you knew, you could sing it all the time and prove what a hardcore nerd you are.... More →
Last week's post gave you guys a chance to re-write history, and you took the opportunity to save lives right and left (Fred Weasley is BACK! Abraham Lincoln survived the assassination attempt! Lenin got a head cold!). We always knew you butts were... More →
Rule #20: Be Honest but Mysterious. “Men love mystery!”
At least, all the men in E-Fein’s dating pool do. Because all the men in her dating pool are Dirty Harry.
Long ago, E-Fein and Shusher say, it was easy to be mysterious. But today,... More →
“Moral dilemma: Is it wrong to kill bees?” I ask Braden.
A fat bee loops around the near-empty newspaper room. Man, bees! Braden seems not to notice it. He’s reading through the giant stack of letters I’ve amassed with Renee’s help. Letters from witnesses who saw... More →
Chapter Thirty-One: The Third TaskBetter Title: Fleur Isn't Very Good at Tasks
We're reaching the end of the book, and soon all answers will be revealed. And the answer is: Moody is really an imposter and rigged the tournament via a scheme that makes less sense... More →