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Alanna by Tamora Pierce
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My Life as a White Trash Zombie by Diana Rowland
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Brandon Sanderson
“Novels aren’t just happy escapes; they are slivers of people’s souls, nailed to the pages, dripping ink from veins of wood pulp. Reading the right one at the right time can make all the difference.”
Brandon Sanderson

John Guare
“I believe that the imagination is the passport we create to take us into the real world. I believe the imagination is another phrase for what is most uniquely us.”
John Guare, Six Degrees of Separation

Elisabeth Tova Bailey
“Illness isolates; the isolated become invisible; the invisible become forgotten. But the snail....the snail kept my spirit from evaporating.”
Elisabeth Tova Bailey, The Sound of a Wild Snail Eating

Iris Murdoch
“Those who hope, by retiring from the world, to earn a holiday from human frailty, in themselves and others, are usually disappointed.”
Iris Murdoch, The Bell

Neil Gaiman
“Spider venom comes in many forms. It can often take a long while to discover the full effects of the bite. Naturalists have pondered this for years: there are spiders whose bite can cause the place bitten to rot and to die, sometimes more than a year after it was bitten. As to why spiders do this, the answer is simple. It's because spiders think this is funny, and they don't want you ever to forget them.”
Neil Gaiman, Anansi Boys

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2012 Reading Challenge
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Erica has completed her goal of reading 70 books for the 2012 Reading Challenge!
 
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2013 Reading Challenge
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Erica has completed her goal of reading 50 books for the 2013 Reading Challenge!
 
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