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New Weekly Writing Challenge!

Readers and writers-in-training alike should know about the new Weekly Writing Challenge!

This one is running in accordance with Die For Me, a new YA supernatual romance by Amy Plum that sounds like it might be trying to give Twilight a run for its money. Yes, I am going to read it as soon as I'm able. I am a bibliophile, after all. And listen to this small synopsis and tell me if it doesn't make you wanna read it too: A newly orphaned teen girl moves to rainy, atmospheric Paris to live with her new guardian and meets an enigmatic, attractive guy that doesn't live forever - he dies over and over.

Ooooh, where's my copy?!?! Well, if you want a copy of this and three more Harper Teen books of your choice you just need to write a short story, poem, or essay that imagines a life that never ends. Not a writer but love to read? You can also comment on the entries to win! Check out all the details here.

Two writers and two commenters will win!!! And hurry - you only have until April 21st to submit your vision!

See ya on Monday with a new review! Have a great weekend crazy book addicts!!! ;)


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