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Win a free copy of “Beyond The Pale Motel” by Francesca Lia Block!

About the book:

Maternal, sexy Catt and her beautiful, daring best friend Bree are hairdressers at an L.A. salon called Head Hunter, and work out at a gym called Body Farm. They have over a decade of sobriety behind them and are getting close to living the lives they’ve always wanted.

But when Catt’s husband, Dash, leaves her, and then her neighbor is brutally murdered, possibly by a man being called the Hollywood Serial Killer, Catt’s world begins to come crashing down. The murdered victims all seem to bear a chilling resemblance to Bree. Catt suspects that Bree is the next target of the Hollywood Serial Killer…is she losing touch with reality or simply coming to terms with the truth?

In Beyond the Pale Motel, a terrifying and intensely erotic novel, Francesca Lia Block explores the dangers of modern living, loving and dying with lyrical edge and sensational attitude.

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Worst. Fucking. Season. Finale. Ever. 

It’s like they brought a hobo in from the streets, made him watch all the seasons, and then asked him to write the last season.

True Blood, now set in WHAT THE FUCK land.

Or how it feels to be a senior in high school?

More like senior in college for the next 3 years.

  1. Cherokee Bat and the Goat Guys- Francesca Lea Block
  2. Beautiful Creatures- Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl
  3. Gone With The Wind- Margaret Mitchell
  4. Tithe- Holly Black
  5. the Graveyard Book- Neil Gaiman
  6. The Night I Disappeared- Julie Reece Deaver
  7. How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents- Julia Alvarez
  8. The Awakening- Kate Chopin
  9. Jane Eyer- Charlotte Bronte
  10. Southern Women in Writing- Edited by Mary Louise Weaks

Have you ever thought that your life is so fragile right now? That you’re not quite sure if you’re doing it right? There’s a gulf between where I am and where I want to be. Who I am and who I want to be. Everything is precariously placed on the precipice of destruction. Is this what it feels like to live in a house of cards?

When I was fifteen I sat in my bedroom on the computer all the time chatting endlessly on Hanson.net message boards, dreaming of living in the city, living the life, and doing things all the time.
Now I live in a bedroom in a city, and I post endlessly on facebook and tumblr…I almost forget how exhausting it is to be around real humans.

Every things heating up just to die.

Life’s a lot like summer that way.

I’ve been quiet lately.
Hiding behind words I can’t say.
It’s a shame they hold back the rest of them.

I was the torch song
on a forgotten record
living in the silence
among the piles of dust,
waiting for a chance
to cry out into the night
wishing someone would
hear me burning and dance to me.