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I’m still trying to tread the line as to whether the page is for real-life Diana (ie.the mom, wife, friend, sister) or for author-Diana. So if you don’t know me in real life, here’s your peek behind the curtain. Don’t you just love it when you get a second chance to discover an awesome book?With her driver’s license in hand and the chance to try out for a lead role in Hell House, her church’s annual haunted house of sin, Lacey’s junior year is looking promising. I don’t know if that’s by sheer will or good genes or what, but it’s true. She makes me laugh all the time when she gets worked up about something. I can’t wait to read GCC member Lucienne Diver’s latest installment in her Vamped series, FANGTABULOUS, out this month through Flux.But when a cute new stranger comes to town, something begins to stir inside her. And it’s not just a “follow the crowd” impulse either—she likes me, doesn’t she? She knows who her friends are and she’ll defend us to the death. What’s better than a supernatural vampire story set in Salem, Mass. Gina Covello and her band of federal fugitives are on the run after taking down a secret (and sinister) government facility.Is it the ghostly Sheriff or is someone on this side of the veil using the famous story as a cover up?Gina is determined to get to the bottom of this mystery, and she needs to do it before a paranormal reporter on the scene exposes them for what they are…fanged federal fugitives.
Near the end, Lacey contemplates a verse from the prophet Isaiah: ‘Come now and let us reason together.’ It’s a good summation of what Walker asks of her characters and, by extension, of her readers.” —The New York Times Book Review Congrats, Melissa! Lacey Anne Byer is a perennial good girl and lifelong member of the House of Enlightenment, the Evangelical church in her small town. She lives by the rules and they actually seem to work for her.
I’ve been a bridesmaid three times, and while none of the dresses was hideous, I’ve only reworn one of them—from my sister’s hippy wedding.
You know it’s a hippy wedding when a) the band is the Deadbeats, a Grateful Dead cover group, b) people drink sangria out of great big Igloo coolers, c) guests run around barefoot, and d) have the best time ever!
Even her boyfriend, Luke, can no longer tolerate her actions—much to Emmy’s relief since she finds Luke a little more than intriguing.
But when Emmy tricks Nara into gazing into her mystical mirror, what she finds there is not what she’s expecting. That’s the premise of GCC member Jessica Brody’s latest novel, UNREMEMBERED, out this month through Farrar, Straus, & Giroux. As she struggles to piece together her forgotten past and discover who she really is, every clue raises more questions. And will he be able to protect her from the people who have been making her forget?