5 Seconds of Every #1 Billboard Hot 100 Hit From 1993-2011
This seems an ideal thing to herald my sudden return to actually updating my Tumblr. I spilled hot tea on myself in excitement when MMMBop came on :P
I just voted for the fabulous Maureen Johnson (who is a great YA author, a hilarious Twitter presence, and a delightful person—at least she was very delightful when I met her for short periods of time at ALA last year) to be the next QUEEN OF TEEN UK—why haven’t you?! Her books are diverse and wonderful and I firmly believe she could rock a sparkly throne and crown.
My friends. It appears that I have been shortlisted for the QUEEN OF TEEN UK.
I am calm.
*clutches head* *screams*
YOU GET A THRONE AND A QUEEN HAT AND EVERYTHING!!!!!
Anyway, if you SO DESIRE, you can vote for me here. You can also vote for OTHER PEOPLE at the same…
I will probably even SHAKE HIS HAND and say things like, “It’s great to meet you,” and “Thanks for the generous introduction, Chris,” and, “My friend Tyler Oakley prefers Darren Criss.”
WHY WON’T I BE THERE?! Although, perhaps it’s all for the best—I might explode from an overdose of awesomeness in their combined presence.
Great piece by great author Kekla Magoon :)
I could be bounded in a nutshell, and count myself a king of infinite space, were it not that I have bad dreams.
Miraculously, I updated my blog with a post chatting about three recently published young adult mysteries with teen girl detectives and my constant search for awesome girl sleuths. As usual, I also manage to sneak in my not-so-secret adoration of Veronica Mars :)
This is how I am dealing with my early possession of The Fault in Our Stars by John Green.
(P.S. John’s books are next to my Scott Westerfeld books because I figured that because their authors are friends, that they’d enjoy shelf-life together :])
IT IS BOTH ALIVE AND DEAD.