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 We feel Amy Ignatow’s The Popularity Papers deserves something special.

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  1. Terrific, super-creative, and novel type of review and so appropriate for the book!  I’m going to get ahold of The Popularity Papers. Meanwhile, you need to do a graphic novel (YA? Middle Grade? Erotica?). Yes, I vote for the last one. Sort of a “Fifty Shades of Gray” done by you in graphic charcoal.

    Tygerpen
    http://www.tygerpen.wordpress.com

  2. In your dreams, Trudi. I’m too old and the Paint program is more than my poor mouse can endure, but thanks for the thought! Glad you liked the graphic review – remember it well because I’ll likely not do one again.

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