Blog Posts by Blue

  • A Teenager's View

    Ah parents you can't live and you can't live without them. To most of the teen population parents are annoying and constantly in the way so I guess when teenagers actually want to have a social life and parents say no, teens "rebel". In all honesty, teens are not rebelling they are turning into adults and should be treated as such, they aren't little children anymore who don't know how to make decisions. Teens these days are part of the technology era and yes there are more threats out there but they have heard the lectures and once is enough, for most cases. So, parents stop treating your teenager as a child and give them some freedom to make their choices and make mistakes because you were exactly the same at one point. If a teenager realizes that they are being given the rights that a young adult deserves things will be more relaxed and stress-free but that doesn't mean letting them go wild. Parents should enforce boundaries but not chain their teenager up. Just try it once and

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  • Getting Older

    Remember your 10th birthday when you woke up early because you were so excited. As the day went on you would look out the window to see if any of your guests had arrived and when they finally did you actually felt older. Remember when that feeling of getting older was a good thing, so when exactly did that change? Why is getting older such a bad thing now as your 31st or 40th birthday approaches. Was it because we finally realized that life does not go the way we want it to and that now we wish that we were getting younger instead?

    Well whatever made that feeling go away your birthday is still there looming around the next bend. Most people no longer want the big celebration its like if I don't have a party than I can ignore the fact that I am now a year older which in turn will just make me more upset. However, if I had chosen to have a party I would have spent hours of enjoyment and gotten a really good piece of cake and maybe I would have forgotten about the fact that growing

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  • The Host by Stephenie Meyer

    Featuring one of the most unusal love triangles in literature, The Host is a riveting and unforgettable novel about the persistance of love and the essence of what it means to be human.

    Melanie Stryder refuses to fade away. Our world has been invaded by an unseen enemy that takes over the minds of human hosts while leaving thier body intact. But Wanderer, the invading "soul" who occupies Melanie's body, finds it former tenant refusing to relinquish possession of her mind. As Melanie fills Wanderer's thoughts with visons of Jared; a human who has avoided invasion and lives in hiding, Wanderer begins to yearn for a man she's never met. Soon Wanderer and Mealnie- reluctant allies- set off to search for the man they both love.

  • Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater

    And then I opened my eyes and it was just Grace and me- nothing anywhere but Grace and me- she pressing her lips together as though she were keeping my kiss inside her, and me holding that was fragile as a bird in my hands.

    The cold. Grace has spent years watching the wolves in the woods behing her house. One yellow-eyed wolf- HER wolf- watches back. He feels deeply familiar to her, but she doesn't know why. The heat. Sam has lived two lives. As a wolf, he keeps the silent company of the girl he loves. And then, for a short time each year, he is human, never daring to talk to Grace.......until now. The shiver. For Grace and Sam, love has always been kept at a distance. But once it's spoken, it cannot be denied. Sam must fight to stay human- and Grace must fight to keep him-even if it means taking on the scars of the past, the fragility of the present, and the impossibility of the future.


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  • The Truth About Forever

    A long, hot summer

    That's what Macy has to look forward to while her boyfriend, Jason, is away at Brain Camp. Days will be spent at a boring job in the library, evenings will be filed with vocabulary drills for the SATs, and spare time will be passed with her mother, the two of them sharing a silent grief at the traumatic loss of Macy's father. But sometimes unexpected job at Wish, with it's fun-loving, chaotic crew. Or her sister's projectof renovating the neglected beach house, awakening long-buried memories. Things such as meeting Wes, a boy with a past, a taste for truth-telling, and an amazing artistic talent, the kind of boy that could turn any girl's world upside down. As Macy ventures out of her shell, she begin to wonder, Is it really better to be safe than sorry?

  • Wish

    If you could have anything, what would you wish for?

    For broken-hearted Olivia Larsen nothing can change the fact that her twin sister, Violet, is gone... until a mysterious, beautiful gown arrives on her doorstep. The dress doesn't just look magical- it is magical. It has the power to grant her one wish, and the only thing Olivia wants is her sister back. With Violet again at her side, both girls get a second chance at life. And as the sisters soon discover, they have two more dresses- and two more wishes left. But magic can't save everything, and Olivia is forced to confront her ghosts to learn how to laugh, love and live again.

    Please leave a comment below saying what you would wish for if you could have anything. You can not have more wishes tho. Thanks!

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  • Just Listen

    Annabel Greene is the girl who has everything. At least, that's what she portrays in her modeling shoots. But Annabel's life is far from perfect. Her freindship with Sophie ended bitterly, and her older sister's eating disorder is weighing down the entire family. Isolated and ostracized at school and at home, Annabel retreats into silent acceptance. Then she meets Owen- intense, muisc-obsessed, and determined to always tell the truth. And with his guidance, Annabel learns to just listen to herself and gains the courage to speak honestly. But will she be able to tell everyone what really happened the night she and Sophie stopped being friends.

  • Lock and Key

    Ruby can take care of herself.

    She's used to counting on no one and answering to nobody. But all that changes when her mother vanishes and Ruby is sent to live with her older sister, Cora. Now Ruby's got her own room in a fabolous new house, she's going to private school, and-for the first time- feeling as if she has a future. Plus, there's the adorable and sweet next door neighbor, Nate. Everything should be perfect. So why is Ruby so wary? And why is Nate keeping her at a distance? Ruby comes to realize that sometimes, in order to save yourself, you've got to reach out to someone else.

  • This Lullaby

    The science of breaking up…

    Remy always knows when to give a guy "the speech"- right after the initial romantic rush, but before anything gets to serious. She's had her fair share of boyfriends, and she's learned all there is to learn from her mother, who's currently working on husband, number five. So why it is that Remy can't seem to dump Dexter? It can't be his name, it can't be that he's messy and disorganized. And it certainly isn't that he's a musician - just like Remy's father, a man she never knew because he left before she was born. Could it be that Remy's romantic rules to live by don't apply anymore?

    This is a fake trailer!!!!

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  • Along for the Ride

    Hey guys, The previous blog for this book was removed so I made a new one.

    Riding a bike is only one of the many things Auden's missed out on. Even before her parents' divorce, she was cast in the role of little adult, never making waves, focusing on academics to please her demanding mother. Now she's spending the summer in the small beach town of Colby with her father, and his new wife and baby. A job in a trendy boutique introduces her to the world of girls, their freindships, converations, and romances. And then there's Eli, an intriguing loner. A former star on the bike circuit and a fellow insomniac, Eli introduces Auden to the night life of Colby. Together they embark on a quest: for Auden, to experince the childhood she missed out on; for Eli, to put a tragic episode behind him. Combine two lonely people with a charming beach town and an endless supply of summer nights, and just about anything can happen.

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