Guys! Since we don't have much of the book left, this is going to be the last day of our "Amerex: Land of the Unicorns" adventures. I hope you've enjoyed it, or at least had a kind of "meh" sort of feeling about the whole thing.
Translation: "What a cute, little boo-boo bear!" Then Jenna started to laugh.
Kindor yelled, "What? No!" And he disappeared. When she got back to the castle Dolly had a huge smile on her face.
"You've broken the spell!" That night the royal family held a huge banquet in Jen's honor. Then she went to sleep.
So the super funny yet also suspenseful thing the grandma said was "What a cute little boo-boo bear"? I feel gypped.
Translation: She woke up in her own bed. As long as Jenna lived she never had another dream like that but she never forgot Amerex: Land of the Unicorns.
I'm so glad that I said "Amerex: Land of the Unicorns" one last time before the end of the book.
Translation: About the Author
Jill Karger is, 11 years old. She goes to Parkview and has two sisters. She loves acting, singing and dancing. She is very excited about her first hardcover book!
Aaaand it's over! Thanks, guys, this was a fun little trip down memory lane for me.
You may have noticed that I said in my "About the Author" that this was my first hardcover book. Implying that at age eleven I had already written softcover books. As luck would have it I found one of them the other day, and will regale you with its powerful prose next time I run out of jokes.
The other book is a total rip-off of that Olsen twins movie It Takes Two, only there are two sets of twins.
It Takes Four, obviously.
"She's a Riot" by The Jungle Giants
Spotify Discover tracked this song down for me and I've been listening to it a lot while writing, or walking around thinking about writing (something I do kind of a lot). The part of the song I'm most in love is most definitely the guitar line, and it makes me like the song even more now that I know a badass chick with amazing hair plays it.