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TGIF: Cast Your Own Story

June 8, 2012

Hello! It’s Friday!

*Friday dance*

Alright, so I’m a little obsessed with this week’s question. It’s a really good one.

Cast Your Own Story: If you could use existing characters from some of your favorite books to create a new story, who would be in it?

I went round and round on this, but I think I’ve finally settled on an answer I’m super happy with. And it’s all about the sassy, supernatural ladies.

In this new story I’d want these chicas together in college. Or studying abroad or something. There would definitely need to a happenstance sort of meeting. But because they’re all strong ladies, it might be a bit of a disaster at first, but I think in time they would end up really digging each other. Sort of like the Avengers.

So here’s my cast!

  • Emerson Cole from Myra McEntire’s Hourglass series
  • Sophie Mercer from Rachel Hawkins’s Hex Hall series
  • Amy Goodnight from Rosemary Clement-Moore’s Texas Gothic
  • Evie from Kiersten White’s Paranormalcy series
  • Aura from Jeri Smith-Ready’s Shade series
  • Rory Deveaux from Maureen Johnson’s The Name of the Star


It’s a little nuts, I know. But seriously, I think it could work out after it was a clustercuss for a bit.

And that is my cast your own story dream team!

Happy Friday everyone!

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5 Comments leave one →
  1. June 8, 2012 10:28 AM

    ooh, this would be a fun, action-packed book. as long as there are some guys to kiss. 🙂 ~dixie

  2. June 8, 2012 8:40 AM

    Oh heck yes! I love how you answered this week’s question 🙂 What a great group of kick ass ladies. I also love that you placed them in college as if ANY of their lives are normal, haha.

    • June 8, 2012 9:30 AM

      It can be a supernatural lady college. Maybe Hermione would be a Ph.D student or something.

  3. June 8, 2012 8:39 AM

    I love your cast of characters – the ones that I’ve read are super awesome 🙂 I still haven’t gotten to the Hex Hall series and Texas Gothic.

    • June 8, 2012 9:29 AM

      Both are really, really great and fun. And Texas Gothic has a guitar-playing cowboy.

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