Since we've all gotten so used to getting our thoughts down in 140 characters - and it's fun to keep the conversation flowing - we've take the Pep Rally to twitter! Every Monday, we host a twitter chat and we'd love you to join in. Just keep an eye out for the #MisfitPepRally hashtag!
Whoa. It's been a long time since I've been on the blog. I missed my Misfits! At long last, summer is over and I can return to my regularly scheduled life. But first, I have to confess something: I don't remember the last book I read. It's been that long. How horrible is that? I love books. I love reading. My best writing happens when I'm reading.
I could make excuses about how busy this summer was or how I've used my spare time for writing, but really, I've just been tired. Books have an amazing ability to transport us into the heads of other people and with my own introverted mind stretched to the breaking point by real life human interaction, I haven't wanted to invite anything more in, be it books or TV or movies. With one last big event next weekend, I'm anxious to pick up my TBR pile again - before it topples and buries me in unread treasures.
In all truth, that's probably not my worst crime as a YA fan. I could confess that I totally related to Bella or I disliked Harry Potter (the character) or that I've never read anything by John Green. And I don't love Taylor Swift. Are you all ready to disown me yet? (Please don't!)
Make me feel better: what is your worst confession as a bad YA fan? Head to the comments or twitter and get it all out. Confession is good for the soul!