fashion-by-the-book:

After Hello by Lisa Mangum

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“I believe that sometimes people come into your life at exactly the right moment to give you exactly what you need at that moment.”

tagged: #possible dante?

Icons about Luke Pasqualino on my LJ
http://entrance-icons.livejournal.com/156376.html

(Source: entranceshiya)

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The Hourglass Door by Lisa Mangum

tween-teen-books:

You’ve never been kissed before. You have a boyfriend, although he wants to wait for the “perfect” time. Which is apparently your birthday. Also his. Then an Italian (and very hot) exchange student comes into the picture when he wants to join the school play(which you are the assistant director of). Remember how you’ve never been kissed? Not after the day the exchange student arrived. Oh, but he didn’t kiss you. Your teacher did. On purpose. Out of nowhere. In front of (almost) everyone. Yup.

Today- From what I remember (which is honestly not very much), this book is very… emotionish and mysterical. Also, the first in a trilogy.

Grade: Bimage

kerfluffling whispered: I read these and loved the series, now I'm making my twin read them and she's obsessed too! :D so glad I found your blog!

ha thanks it’s my fav series i’ve been trying to get a fandom going for a while but sigh not easy even when your main blog has a lot of followers. fell free to contribute to the fandom pls omg

*knocks on ur door* have u read the hourglass door

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amylou3963:

"He longs for the uncertainty of the future."

sometimes i cry because the thd fandom is really small

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Why can’t Dante di Alessandro be real?
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Somehow difficulties are easier to endure when you know your dream is waiting for you at the end.
Lisa Mangum, The Golden Spiral

gavinsdiary:

So, guess who I got to meet and listen to a workshop by and get to sign my copy of her book today?

That’s right mother fuckers, Lisa Mangum!

Author of the Hourglass Door trilogy and After Hello, Lisa Mangum has been a writing hero of mine ever since I first read her books. She taught me the importance of background characters and the way to organize your ideas. 

Her advice today- “Everyone has a story that only they can tell. Don’t wait for someone else to come along and write your story for you, because then it’s never going to get written!”

So jealous!