Intense Conflict

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“I thought I knew without a doubt who I wanted Aydan to love–until the moment in book 2 when I felt the intense conflict in her heart.” (Five star Amazon review)

The Darkening, $2.99 @ Amazon/iBooks/B&N/Smashwords

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[FALSE] I Love Little House on the Prairie

trueorfalseI don’t remember what I wanted to watch on our TV after school, but I do remember – OH! do I remember – not wanting to watch reruns of Little House on the Prairie.

Looking back, it doesn’t make sense. I was a farm girl. I loved the prairie and farm life. I loved stories that featured headstrong girls (hello, Laura much?). But I hated watching LHotP.

Maybe it was because my sister loved it. She and I didn’t have the best track record for getting along back then, and it wouldn’t be unheard of for one of us to dislike a thing simply to spite the other. I certainly wasn’t above that kind of behavior.

Maybe it was because there were no magical powers. If Laura had maybe been able to summon fairies, or if Nelly perhaps harbored a secret pair of demons in those perfect ringlets, I would have been more interested.

Do you have any thoughts about Little House on the Prairie? What after-school reruns made you want to bang your head against the wall when you were a kid?

greyp.s. This post is a part of a series called I’M LYING TO YOU: FOUR TRUTHS AND A LIE. If you want to check out the other posts, click here, here, here, and here.

SO MUCH WIN: Oh no, I got to keep on movin’…

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