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Eighteen-year-old web entrepreneur Ronnie Wright owns the virally popular website, inkBLOT. Determined to sweep local newspaper reporter, Chelsea Pressman, off her feet, he tries to wow her with his internet success.

Chelsea has one goal, making it big as a reporter. Unfortunately the editor isn’t tossing any good stories her way. But her luck changes and she is first in l...more
Kindle Edition, 272 pages
Published (first published July 21st 2011)
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inkBLOT was truly a suspense novel. From the very first page, it has your thoughts racing, your eyes scanning the words, trying to figure out just what is going on. On the first page of inkBLOT, you meet Ronnie Wright—an 18 year old entrepreneur who, with the help of his best friend Tiffany, owns the online website, inkBLOT.
I will be honest: at first, I did not like any of the characters in this book. Namely, Chelsea Pressman, who had to be one of the pettiest characters I have ever read about;...more
How much information have you put on Facebook? Did you take an online quiz recently? Just how much could someone find out about you if they could mine all that data? Could they use it against you?

This new young adult fiction novel from Johnson Naigle explores some of those questions and introduces us to Ronnie Wright the young internet entrepreneur behind a website that serves up inkblot quizzes to people called inkBLOT, Tiffany his best friend and co-worker and Chelsea the young reporter at th...more
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Well, I love mystery and suspense books so this is def one of my favorite books! I have never read a mystery book quite like this's very unique and I love it! I mean this book is so devious and sneaky ;). So to start off I want to say that I love the sprinkle of romance between Ronnie and Chelsea, it really did a good job of diverting the reader away from having any sort of suspicions. I also loved the hinted the underlying relationship with Ronnie and his BFF :). That turned out to b...more
S.M. Johnson
I was actually a little bit surprised how much I enjoyed inkBLOT. I purchased it from Smashwords, and it's been hanging out on my Kindle for quite some time. I haven't been putting it off for any reason, it just somehow slipped to the bottom of my TBR list. And yet I stayed up past my bedtime (on a work night!) to finish it last night, a truesign that the author managed to suck in this picky reader.

The writing style was plain and simple, the narrator completely unobtrusive, the characters were 3...more
The cover may not be much to talk about, but I cannot imagine how they could dress up the inkblot to make it more eye-catching. Which is ironic since Ronnie makes the interpretation of inkblots as a form of marketable social media. inkBLOT may not look like much, but holy cow, turning pages as quickly as possible has never been this addictive!

{Just the right amount of suspense to die for!} A good suspense is worth its weight in gold – and I love it when I stumble across one! inkBLOT...more
Savannah (Books With Bite)
As I started this book I was intrigued with the concept of Inkblot. I always tried to read them and I always see something different than most. Or most of the time I don't see what others see. IDK. I like the way the author entwined the Inkblot with crimes. I took quite a few psychology classes and learned loads about criminals and their characters traits. This book is great in creating high tension and a great mystery to solve.

What I liked most about this book is the great mystery that the read...more
Anne Marie Macek
This book was middle of the road, but had some interesting concepts. How much of our personality do we reveal on the internet? These characters were a bit weak but the plot was fast-paced. Main character Ronnie owns a web business where people rate ink blot tests, and it tells them about their personality. In the background, he has landed on some research into how the quiz results can identify criminal tendencies. But he is blind when it comes to self-centered Chelsea, a cute news reporter. How...more
Andrea Jackson
Great mystery/suspense plot! The villain was pretty clever and well-motivated. Wonderful characters too.
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