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Thanks so much for stopping by. There are fun kid quotes on the left, along with blurbs of my two Touched Girl novels. I follow a couple awesome memes, Think Out Loud and Sidekick Saturday. Join along, they're real neato. And follow me! I'll follow back, I promise.
Q: Tell us about the most emotional scene you’ve ever read in a book – and how did you react?
I try real hard to forget hardcore emotional reads. Charlotte's Web messed me up when I was a kid. The movie made it worse. I remember eating too much popcorn and being so upset I threw up all over my octopus (my favorite stuffed animal my mom made with yarn). Without the throwing up part because I quit movie theater popcorn after that, I had the same reaction to Bambi. Damn baby deer. Both my kids know I hate Bambi. Recently, I bawled my eyes out with Guitar Notes by Mary Amato. I fell in love Tripp Brody and whatever he felt, I felt. It was good crying though, so no need to sic the "forget spiders" on that read. How about you? Any books send you to the brink of therapy?