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kraziekatie24
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Harry, A History by Mellissa Annelli

Did anyone else read this? I finished it this morning after almost two days of reading it in my freetime.

 

Its really good and made me miss the days of Harry Potter next book anticipation.

 

And I am jealous of Mellissa and getting to meet and talk to the author who got kids of all ages everywhere reading again or for the first time.

 

And the Leaky site is amazing too!

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-Kate

Hey Stephen, I could give you fifty reasons why I should be the one you chose. Those other girls, well, they're beautiful, but would they write a song for you?

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book nerd. music freak. movie fanatic.
major obsesser over so many things.

I love to read and write poetry/lyrics and short stories. The layers of music fascinates me. Someday, I want to do movie soundtracks, maybe, or teach. The book to movie transition fascinates me to the extreme. I've been mesmorized by the way Harry Potter and Twilight and so many others have been brought into movies is something I think I would love to do.
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Re: Harry, A History by Mellissa Annelli

I gave it to my sister-in-law for Christmas and she really likes it (I think she's about half done).  I bought a copy, too, but I haven't started it yet.  I'm glad you like it - now I'll have to start it. :smileyhappy:


kraziekatie24 wrote:

Did anyone else read this? I finished it this morning after almost two days of reading it in my freetime.

 

Its really good and made me miss the days of Harry Potter next book anticipation.

 

And I am jealous of Mellissa and getting to meet and talk to the author who got kids of all ages everywhere reading again or for the first time.

 

And the Leaky site is amazing too!


 

Melissa W.
I read and knit and dance. Compulsively feel yarn. Consume books. Darn tights. Drink too much caffiene. All that good stuff.
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Re: Harry, A History by Mellissa Annelli

I'm reading it now my friend gave it to me for christmas cause we were both really sad that the series ended! i'm like a little more than half way through it's pretty intersting!

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