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Dear Mr.Soman Chainani,
I’m not sure If you remember me, but I did a book talk a while ago, even last school year. And to say so, the book talk did get numerous people to read the series, and – please correct me if I am wrong – but I am certain that by doing a book talk, you were to get a sighed SGE box set. Sorry to seem so curt about the topic,…[Read more]
I was wondering if you are going to go on tour for the Ever Never Handbook. That would be really cool, since you’re one of my favorite authors! If not on tour, maybe you could come to a bookstore for a book signing sometime? Anyway, it would be really cool. 🙂
Thank you for reading my post and I hope to hear from you soon!
I know your quite busy, but I just want to know if I understood right. A while ago, I did a presentation on the School for Good and Evil books and submitted it too you through e-mail. I must say, the presentation did get some of my friends reading the series, which I find quite great as they now know the wonders of the SGE world. Now,…[Read more]
May I ask…who runs the SGE debate team?
I was wondering, can I be on the SGE debate team? I understand that I must have support as to why I shall be included in the group, so here are a few debates about fairy tale characters and the new background to the website that I recently posted:
Fairy Tale Character Debate:
I opine that the most “lame” and “pathetic” fairy tale sweet heart i…[Read more]
I’m not in charge of the debate club, so don’t get your hopes up, but I think we’re letting more people in. As for the Rapunzel argument, I think “lame” is on a spectrum, and really cannot be argued. I disagree on your stance on the prince, however. This tree argument could just as easily been used for lamp posts in the real world, and there are…[Read more]
I understand what your saying, @impossiblegirl, I think much so that “lame” shouldn’t be used as a word in a debate, but I simply was trying to answer the question posted about fairy tale characters as the user stated. To prove my point, the question quoted is as following, “Which fairytale do you think is completely Lane and pathetic (Note: This…[Read more]
Don’t forget that upon leaving her tower, Rapunzel IMMEDIATELY ~Woo-Hoo’d~ with the Prince.
In a field.
Right after he had been blinded by the Witch.
Yeah, I hadn’t seen that page yet. I like your argument!
I agree that hunting would be nearly impossible without sight. What I was saying was that he could make traps, rather Than shooting a bow and arrow, as would be more traditional. Traps can be very complicated, but others are very simple, and I have even made some of these in summer camps.…[Read more]
I wouldn’t call it “lame”, but still, Rapunzel does seem to be a bit hopeless, and really puts us girls in a bad spot… I mean, a brave princess would have escaped her tower. And then she gets the prince and she didn’t do anything… (suddenly I have a hate for fru-fru princesses).
Honey, all fairy tales put us in a bad spot. We’re either evil seductrsses, helpless damsels, or pretty princesses to be won. There’s no in-between.
Hello! Hola (Spanish)! Bonjour(French)! Halo (Polish)!
How is everyone today? Anyone on summer break? I suppose most people are, but, just asking. Anyway, I was wondering…is there any group RP’s I could join? I’ve seen some people do it, and it seems to be interesting. Oh, and also, since I am on summer break, I will be writing more often, and…[Read more]
Sorry my writing seems rushed, I was trying to fit everything into one paragraph. 🙂