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Lara lives in the small town of Turnpost, South Dakota. She's not sure why she started writing a blog. In 2002, it's just the thing to do. She's not the only one blogging. Follow five characters in different walks of life as their paths overlap (or just miss each other) in a variety of ways. A story about unexpected connections and the difficulty of change, "Another Year ...more
Paperback, 360 pages
Published April 16th 2013 by Brown Wing Press
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Amanda Marie
Jul 06, 2013 Amanda Marie rated it really liked it
Another Year or Two is a very unique novel with an interesting premise and format. The author Robin Stephen chose to write this novel in the form of blog posts by 5 different characters. When I first started reading the novel, the constant change in perspective took me out of the story and made it difficult for me to get to know the characters. However, I soon began to see many the layers of connections between each character in the story. Once the novel began to flow and the pace began to pick ...more
latybug
Aug 18, 2013 latybug rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I received a free download of this book from Story Cartel.
I loved this book! It is a sweet, simple story of people living in an everyday world.
Don't get me wrong, I do love a good adventure story full of drama and magic, but this story was a great read for me because I could relate to it. I fell in love with all of the characters. They were regular people, going about their daily lives in a small town, just like me. They had their share of heartaches, but have learned to celebrate the small triu
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Brian
Apr 18, 2013 Brian rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I love reading, and I love all mediums of text. I mostly read novels, but at the same time I have dozens of newspapers, magazines, and blogs that I like to follow. But this is the first time I’ve read a novel that was like a blog. I didn’t quite know what to expect at first, but I really got sucked up into the story. The characters are quirky and all distinctly different. I could never decide on a favorite. I’d read something clever and think, man, Kyle’s the best. But then I’d be laughing at ...more
Amanda
Jan 08, 2015 Amanda rated it really liked it
To get the legal stuff out of the way, I was sent this book as part of a Goodreads giveaway.

To save me from repeating the standards of the book, I really enjoyed this book. It was written from the perspective of the various characters blog posts and I think that is what gives this book it's charm. There's no fear of losing the story in pages on pages of useless description. To me, it felt as if it focused a lot on change and how it affects people on different stages and walks of life, even if it
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Robin
Jun 14, 2013 Robin rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
The History of Turnpost
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Turnpost came into existence in 2009, when my husband and I road-tripped from Iowa to Montana and back for a wedding. We passed through the town of Spearfish, SD. Neither of us had ever been to that region before. We spent a night camping in the forest and part of a morning wandering the small streets. I was charmed by the landscape, and came home wanting to write a book with that backdrop.

I set to writing East of Turnpost, a story about two sister
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Jun 28, 2013 Kat rated it really liked it
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I really had to digest this book before I wrote a review or even gave it a rating. At first I couldn't decide if it was because I know the author or because I really had to mull it over or cause I don't really understand blogging. And after a few days of mulling it over and thinking about the characters I decided its because I don't really get blogging and I doubt I had even heard of blogging at the time these characters were doing it!
The characters are very real people and having grown up and
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Robin was interested in doing two things from a young age: writing fiction, and riding horses. The former was easy to manage early on, and by the age of ten she was lucky enough to be doing the latter on a regular basis as well. By twelve, she owned her own horse and had written a full length novel.

Robin is now in her 30s, and though she has added her husband, Brian, to her list of essentials and
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