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These are my weekly blog memes. Each day has one.

Monday: Monday’s First Sentence
Tuesday: First Chapter First Paragraphs Tuesday Intros
Wednesday: Waiting on Wednesday
Thursday: Teaser Thursday
Friday: Friday’s Page 69
Saturday: Cover Lover Saturday
Sunday: Weekly Quote

First Chapter First Paragraph Tuesday Intros ~ One of Us Is Lying

First Chapter First Paragraph Tuesday Intros ~ One of Us Is Lying


A sex tape. A pregnancy scare. Two cheating scandals. And that’s just this week’s update. If all you knew of Bayview High was Simon Kelleher’s gossip app, you’d wonder how anyone found time to go to class.
“Old news, Bronwyn,” says a voice over my shoulder. “Wait till you see tomorrow’s post.”
Damn. I hate getting caught reading About That, especially by its creator. I lower my phone and slam my locker shut. “Whose lives are you ruining next, Simon?”

Friday’s Page 69 ~ The Bad Beginning

Friday’s Page 69 ~ The Bad Beginning


Figuratively, they escaped from Count Olaf and their miserable existence. They did not literally escape, because they were still in his house and vulnerable to Olaf’s evil in loco parentis ways. But by immersing themselves in their favorite reading topics, they felt far away from the ir predicament, as if they had escaped.

Teaser Thursday ~ #Help: My Cat’s a Vlogging Superstar!

Teaser Thursday ~ #Help: My Cat’s a Vlogging Superstar!


I had my boyfriend pick out a page today. He picked page 167!

Now I’ll be Mills… MILLS THE SPILLS. It even rhymes! “Mills the Spills, Mills the Spills, with her dropped-chip-lunch coolness she kills.” I will be called this for ever. Even when I’m forty-three and living in…

First Chapter First Paragraph Tuesday Intros ~ Food Fright

First Chapter First Paragraph Tuesday Intros ~ Food Fright


Joe Shoe was bored. It was quite possibly the longest school day of his entire life. His teacher, Mrs Sprattly, was going for the world record in how-many-dull-subjects-can-you-talk-about-without-taking-a-breath. It was looking like she had a good chance of beating the previous record holder (also Mrs Sprattly) by some way.