I’m back from my unscheduled hiatus. I’ve been so wrapped up with work, because I’m at a point in my schoolwork where I’m busy getting ready for high school. So I’ve been a little too caught up in assignments to keep up with the site.
But I’m back now and boy, am I getting a LOT of comments!
Some, in particular, are getting on my nerves.
Guys, can you please cease fighting over the whole “I’m their biggest fan” thing? I’ve been seeing those types of comments all over the blog. I know how much you love the series, and I love to hear your praise, but don’t bicker over something so silly.
And, Danielle Pruitt, I’m so glad to hear your feedback. Unfortunately, putting a link to your own blog is not acceptable on my site. I know it’s not for competition, but I do think it’s for publicity. I’m going to have to delete your link, as I want you to gain publicity to your site the fair way. And that’s just what I did. I didn’t advertise on other blogs, I just kept on posting and people got interested.
That also goes for the rest of you. I want no advertising, fighting or nastiness on my site. This is a fun and peaceful site, and I wish to keep it that way.
So, the other day I got…um…drum roll please…*drum roll* BOOK 8! Ah-mazing so far! I would’ve finished it by now but I’m reading 5 books at one time (yes, I do multitask.)
Anyways, lookin’ good!
Also, I wanna thank you guys for joining and leaving positive feedback here at Sisters Grimm Fan Club! Thanks to you, I’m making this website better than ever for our ever-growning fans and members! You guys keep me busy! Thanks!
So today I was on a Sisters Grimm website and I found “the inside story” on Book 8!
“Picking up where the cliffhanger ending of book seven left off, this book follows Sabrina, Daphne, and Puck through the world of the Book of Everafter, where all the fairy tales are stored and enchanted characters can change their destinies. The girls (and Puck) must chase the Master through a series of stories, where they’re willing to change what they need in order to save their baby brother. Soon, however, they are confronted by The Editor – the book’s guardian – who, along with an army of tiny monsters known as Revisers, threatens the children with dire consequences if they don’t stick to the stories. So they move from one legendary tale to the next doing their best to find the Master and stop his plan to steal and inhabit the child’s body. Along the way they’ll meet Alice, Mowgli, Jack the Giant Killer, Hansel and Gretel, and the Headless Horseman. But will they find their brother in time?”
So whaddya think? You wanna read it, Club Members? Leave a comment! Get Grimm!