Malynda Schlegel

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Malynda Schlegel is a college graduate who writes and reads books, all while drinking way too much chai tea.

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Living Like Brooklyn

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A cloak of leaves, a moonbeam ray
Forget your woes and let your troubles lay
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Here the daisies guard you from every harm
Here your dreams are sweet and tomorrow brings them true
Here is the place where I love you.”
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message 26: by Ashley

Ashley Please check out my website! I am trying to do more book reviews and even expand to movies, so please take a look and let me know what you think. -Ashley :)

Saturnus SORRY BUT I'M DELETING YOU FROM MY LIFE! *clicks delete* LOADING... ▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓ 99%. ERROR! It is impossible to delete our friendship, I love you too much. Post this to 1O people's walls who you never want to lose. If you get 3 back, you're an amazing friend :D

message 24: by Lora

Lora You're welcome:) I love Etienne, too.

message 23: by Nina

Nina Why the library? You don’t think you’ll like them? You’ll like them!! Trust.

message 22: by Nina

Nina You’d be demanding too if you actually read the series. You need to read TSC after. :))

message 21: by Melissa

Melissa Yeah there is a lot, 12 books in total i think, only 2 more to come out. But i find them to be very quick reads :)

message 20: by Melissa

Melissa You should deffinatly read Morganville then. I had it sitting on my shelf for ages, and i finally got round to reading it the other day. I then finished it and went out and brought the rest of the series :D

message 19: by Rachel

Rachel Wow, really? Some people think they don't love each other? That's interesting..I never got that impression. Lena broke all those rules, let go of everything she grew up believing in, and risked everything to be with him. And he risked alot, too. And he proves how much he cares about her at the end when he comes for her and then stays behind. I assumed he couldn't climb the fence because he was injured..I can't wait to find out what happened to him. It's gonna be a long wait!

Patricia (Patricia's Particularity) I was hesitant about reading Soul Screamers too but it is one of those that really stands out. It is such a unique concept. Its one of those books that I don't know why it took me so long to start.

message 17: by Rachel

Rachel I was REALLY close to crying, LOL. At that moment when she's over the fence and she turns around and their eyes meet..ahh, my heart broke! I'm wondering the same thing- if they'll attempt to cure him. And if they try to, hopefully it won't work on him. But I think she's definitely going back to get him out..and I'm sure there'll be lots of sad moments. I'm worried, haha. And I wonder when she'll find her mom.

message 16: by Rachel

Rachel Ahhh, holy crap, that was an intense ending! And so sad :( What a great book, though. I'm glad I decided to read it! But waiting for Pandemonium is going to be difficult..

message 15: by Rachel

Rachel I am really liking the book..haha, I guess soon enough I'll know how angry/sad I'll be. I'll let you know!

message 14: by Rachel

Rachel No problem, and thanks to you, too. Enjoy reading Divergent, it's awesome! Btw, I'm about halfway through Delirium right now, and I just saw your review. Now I'm worried about the ending, LOL. I wonder if I'll be sad or angry about it when I read it.. :D

message 13: by Sofia

Sofia I agree! There's nothing like the first time but sometimes you forget little details and it's nice to go back and experience it all over again :) I just hope I reach my goal and get to read all of the books that I have yet to read

message 12: by Sofia

Sofia You're welcome and I know how you feel but once your done you can re-read them and so many other great books are comming out!! I feel like my to read pile is just growing and growing haha :)

message 11: by Cheryl

Cheryl Landmark Thanks for accepting my friendship so quickly, Malynda!

message 10: by Vicky

Vicky N. lol That's okay. I review too and I know how hard it can be. Mostly I just give my opinion on what I thought about the book. :)

message 9: by Vicky

Vicky N. Looking forward to reading your reviews no matter how non-scholarly they are! :)

 Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒbern thanks for accepting! :)

Shera (Book Whispers) Thanks for the friend invite!!

message 6: by Sarah

Sarah Thanks for the add! Happy Holidays. C:

message 5: by Milly

Milly Thank you for the friend invite Malynda! Looking forward to your reviews and book thoughts. I have to check out your favorite book! Sounds like a really good one!

message 4: by Kelly

Kelly Thanks for the add! I love your reading list.

Adi (Reading in the Windowseat) Good luck to you, too.

With writing and publishing, I think there are three things most important - talent, persistence (as in, don't give it up when you grow tired) and a good dose of luck.

I've been told I have the first by a rather great number of people, and I never give up a book once I've started writing it, so all I'd have to hope for is the third, elusive factor XD

Maybe it'll work out for both of us some day =)

Adi (Reading in the Windowseat) Hey,

I've never even thought of writing a TV show - that's so cool!

I write poetry too and have a couple of short stories, but my prefered format is the novel - I read it, I write it XD

Actually, I started when I was fifteen and to this day I have completed one in Bulgarian and 3 in English (one the first of a trilogy). Right now I'm working on a new one, which is much better, publishing-worthy even, I think. But I write in between classes and etry-exams preparations, along with editting and translating my previous works.

Which, summarized, means I'm not making much progress XD

What about you? What do you write? Do you want to publish? Or do you have something else on your mind? =)


Adi (Reading in the Windowseat) Hey there,

Yay, first to write you a comment XD

thx for the invite =) It'd be nice to exchange book recommendations and I've already seen some of my marked books in your shelves.

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