3 Cheers for 2 of our Favorite Authors!

Day 3 brings us two more of our favorite authors whom we would love to show our appreciation too.

Suzanne Collins With your Hunger Games series you thrilled and excited us.

We love you for:

  • Peeta
  • Katnis
  • Gale
  • Prim
  • Rue
  • The love triangle
  • Giving us someone to root for
  • Giving us such an entertaining series

We hate (in a playful way) you for:

  • making us choose between Peeta and Gale
  • making us sad
  • leaving us hanging!!!

Thank you for your beautiful mind. Thank you for writing and sharing this story with us.  We truly appreciate you! And can NOT wait for Mockingjay!

Bree Despain‘s first novel The Dark Divine is a mysterious tale of a boy who disappeared and then reappeared almost 3 years later.  Daniel’s disappearance left Jude and Grace Divine with lots of questions and doubts, but Grace’s affection for Daniel leads her to find out what happened between him and  her brother Jude.

Bree’s love of writing started in school when she would write for her friends and her teachers told her she should be a writer but really didn’t think she could.  She went to college with thoughts of being a lawyer or something to that affect and put writing on hold until she took a year off and wrote plays for inner city youth and it spurred her to write again.  A car accident made her believe that life was too short not to do what you love and six years after the anniversary of the accident The Dark Divine was released.

Bree thank you for bringing us the mysterious world of Grace, Jude and Daniel and by all means keep writing.

2 thoughts on “3 Cheers for 2 of our Favorite Authors!

  1. Bree, you are SO very welcome! Thank you for the comment. Our first comment and by an author. You’ve so made our week!
    ~Kim and Shannon

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