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Chloe Kayne

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in Minneapolis, MN, The United States




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November 2011




Pick Your Edition Giveaway! Foreign edition? Original ARC? Collector’s edition? You get to pick THREE & we’ll ship them in one of the gorgeous wooden Grisha boxes that went out to bloggers last year.

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Average rating: 3.61 · 266 ratings · 175 reviews · 3 distinct works · Similar authors
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message 10: by Olivia

Olivia Hey! Is there still going to be a sequel to Showtime??

Olivia Hmm...That's a tough one! I love all of them! I honestly don't think I could choose.

Olivia I see you enjoyed Flowers in the Attic!!! Are you planning to read the rest in the series? They're all pretty awesome!

Renetta I come to your page to see what's new and I see 4 books where there used to be one! Glee! Wait... what's that? 2014? 2016?!! (now that's just not fair) and what's this... a novella next year? Hmmm. Okay. Forgiven.

Sierra Picture books. PICTURE BOOKS?!

...Do graphic novels count? ;)

Even though I am 20 books away, I am 5 books ahead, according to that little annoying GR voice (text, whatevs)

Well. 100 books for ME would be a failure! NOT to like, the rest of the world! I'm just a freak-a-zoid who literally lives vicariously through all these imaginary characters. What can I say? The real world sucks.

Really? That's all babies do? WOW!

Did I ever tell you 'bout the time I thought I broke my nephew because he was legit crying like *real tears*? I was like "OMFG OMFG OMFG. I BROKE HIM!!!"

I don't think I have ever been so freaked out in my life. 'Cept that time my sister and I were like, little kids (me prob 6, she 5) and we LEGIT SAW SOME CREEPY DUDE DRESSED LIKE A GRIM-REAPER (SCYTHE AND ALL) IN THE WOODS BEHIND OUR HOUSE!! We ran, screaming. Then the Domino's man came, and we thought maybe he was playing tricks on us.

True story.

Sierra Don't you dare say that 'bout COB! (hahah cob! ahahhahahaha! sorry. easily amused today!)

I don't remember that either! I know. You read Starlight, tell me wtf is goin' on, and I shall decide if I will get it from the library! :)

Stop that. Screaming in my ear, I mean. I don't need people telling me to read! AHHHHHHH! I know! I KNOW!
I told my dad yesterday that I'm so close to finishing my challenge, and he goes, "Guess you won't finish that this year, huh?"

But seriously, d00d. totally not joining the GR challenge next year. This thing is like a damn noose around my neck. I refuse to goal @ like, 100 books, cuz I'd feel like a FAILURE! :(

Then again. I don't know if I will read ANYTHING next year! My sister is due in just 3 weeks and I'm going to be the *main* baby-watcher, since I don't graduate until June :(

Sierra 1-2 fuck you, don't tell me what to do! (I'm totally quoting American Hi-Fi right now, btw).

I shall read when I deem it possible. Right now, I am...well obviously not reading. I keep picking up these books (such as Ascension by some peep named Caris Roane or some shiz) and they are like 400 pages of pure crap, and end up reading over half and putting it down. That's a WHOLE DAY of reading down the drain!

I shall now read only small books. Like my awesome current read (which is under 200 pages!) "A Girl Named Digit" by Annabel Monaghan. Nerds. Computers. High-octane danger. FBI. Romance. This book = best book read this week. ;)

Quit stalking my challenge, you Challenge Stalker! ;P

message 3: by Sierra (last edited Nov 29, 2012 05:47AM)

Sierra Coffee addict, eh?
Well, with all due respect, I do so think that my own addictions beat yours...dun dun dunnnn.


Oh, what's that you say? You and everyone plus their mother knows that? DRAT! I guess I'm not as covert as I always hoped.

There goes my dream job at the CIA.

Alas, I have yet to read your last emails. And unfortunately for you, you are at the blunt end of my annoying phase in which I talk like an old school pimp. KIDDING! I just like sounding old-school. Freaks all these peepos out who wear their jeans hanging off their asses. (Like really. In what world is that a good look? TELL ME! I NEED TO KNOW!)

Anyhoo. I HATE those damn Crest commercials. For one, they're stupid. For two, that chicka is totally not worthy of "the one that got away". She looks like a psycho killer chick who prays on innocent people with their yellow teeth. She's armed (to the teeth, hahah) with whitening toothpaste and really expensive toothbrushes. Don't forget the mouth wash and floss!


My teeth however, enjoy being brushed like, 10 times a day. A habit left-over from my braces days...I brush after anything I drink.

Including my French Vanilla CoffeeMate laced morning coffee indulgence. :D

Sierra Thank you, thank you kindly.
All the comment stalkers thank you as well.

You, my friend, are a kind person. (Can you hear me saying that in weird, slow voice? " friend...are a kind person." *insert large smile that is really, really, creepy* (Of which I've been working on. I'm so going around stores grinning like that chick in the Crest commercial "You'll be the one that got away..." still waiting on that to happen!))

After my eariler investigating, I did reply to your last email. Which seems to have prompted you to reply to all of our old replies, so I now have like, a ton of emails to read! Makes me feel all important!

Anyhoo, how's life?

Sierra Shh Shh!
Have you never had those "comment stalkers" who randomly go "Dude. I was legit reading your convo with ANOTHER PERSON and you just RUINED THE BOOK FOR ME. THANKS!"?

Those weirdo's are like, everywhere!

But, yes. He is her father. Wait. I can't remember. I think so. Maybe not...NO I think he is. Sorry. It's been like, a year since I read that (you try reading 300 books and be expected to remember everything!!).

Speaking of remembering...I think I forgot to reply to your last email. I shall investigate...

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