1 c white sugar
1 c orange juice
1 c water
1 stick cinnamon
Since then, I’ve been *dying* to read her debut novel, Paranormalcy. I finally had the chance to this week, and let me tell you — it was awesome!
By the way, I’m giving away the extra signed copy of her book I scored at the event. Stay tuned ’til the end of the post!
So much for normal.”
But then, I can see her in a cemetery wearing a “vamping” outfit as she neutralizes a rogue vampire.
Evie is like a contradiction, but a realistic and *fun* contradiction.
And the spark between her and Lend is bleeping awesome. Literally.
White created an amazing paranormal world, with gremlins and hags and non-sparkly vampires. And, of course, the bureaucrats who police that world.
I totally didn’t see the end coming, and I really liked how there was a definite plot ending in this book.
There are two more books in the series, but we weren’t left with a cliffhanger ending.
I would highly recommend this book to those with a love of the paranormal and teenage snark. It’s bleeping awesome!
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You see, it’s November 4th, people. It has been November for four days.
And I’m *dying* to put up my Christmas tree.
I want to so badly!
I really don’t think I’m going to make it through this weekend without some form of Christmas decoration being put up.
Seriously, I have a problem.
Last night, I decided we would go “browse” for new holiday decorations.
I practically ambushed The Nerd when he walked in the door from work.
We got those lovely red ornaments from Pottery Barn.
Aren’t they pretty?
And we found this Christmas tree at Target:
Thanks for looking!