Elena and Tamie Discuss: Hopeless by Colleen Hoover (pages 197-268)

Today, Elena and I are discussing pages 197-268 of Hopeless by Colleen Hoover.

There are some scenes that may be very hard for some to read in the ongoing discussions.

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Morgan Locklear, Wordslinger: Dreamleaver

This month’s Wordslinger is one of those rare installments when I won’t be discussing literature or writing.  To be honest, I predict this will be happening more frequently as there is only so much one can say about the process of creating fiction without repeating topics.  As I’ve reported before, Tamie has always encouraged me to discuss whatever tickles my fancy but generally I prefer to stay on topic.  However, I’m also easily distracted.  I even daydream.  All dreams are good for us, but the most vivid are usually the ones we’re prisoners in…

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Armchair BEA 2013: From Kid Lit to Young Adult

Our final genre focuses on the younger crowd:  children’s picture books and young adult literature and everything in between.

What are the top 5 (or more) books that every child should have on his shelf?  

If you are an adult who reads YA, why do you keep going back for more?  

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