Books I Read in 2015

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A Book Christmas Tree!!!

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1. How many times have you done NaNoWriMo?
2. How did you first find out about NaNoWriMo?
3. What was the name of the first novel you attempted with NaNo?
4. Give us a 1 sentence summary of what you’re writing this year.
5. What’s the best writing advice you’ve ever been given?
6. Did you ever take a year off from NaNo? Why?
7. What’s your biggest inspiration when figuring out what to write?
8. Read us the first sentence from one of your novels.
9. Why do you love writing?

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Books Mentioned:

Boost by D.A. Paul

Cinderella’s Shoes by Shonna Slayton

Deviate by Tracy Clark

Paper or Plastic by Vivi Barnes

The Creeping by Alexandra Sirowy

The Wild Inside by Christine Carbo

The Elements of Style by Willian Struck Jr. & E.B. White

For Writer’s Only by Sophy Burham

Writing 21st Century Fiction by Donald Maass

Through the Black Hole by Kristen Smith

Schasm by Shari R. Ryan

The Green Mile by Stephen King

-The Two Dead Girls

-The Mouse on the Mile

-Coffey’s Hands

-The Bad Death of Eduard Delacroix

-Night Journey

-Coffey on the Mile

Another Day by David Levithan

Me Earl and the Dying Girl by Jesse Andrews

Calling Maggie May by Anonymous

A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness

Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han

P.S. I Still Love You by Jenny Han

Don’t Close Your Eyes by Lisa McMann

UnDivided by Neal Shusterman

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Essence by Mandi Lynn

Emma’s parents think she is dead.
It started with a shift in atmosphere. The forest greeted Emma with starting force. At first she couldn’t move her limbs, and then her vision was rendered useless, paralyzed to the forces within the forest. The voices came in a dream at first, commanding her against her will deeper into the forest. After months of fighting for control, it took only one moment to lose her human life forever. Now she is nothing more than an Essence, watching as her life unfolds without her.

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