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Today', I'm going to talk aobut my new book, Super Ordinary. For a while there, I had absolutely no idea where this story was going, and the truth is, I still kind of have no idea, but Tuesday, I made myself outline The Assassin, and when I finished, I did part of Super Ordinary. And, I'm really pleased with how it turned out, except for the minor detail where I have to go re-write half of what I have already. *sigh* 
So, I've got until June 6th to do that.
Why June 6th? You're asking yourself, right?
Well, that's when I'm posting Super Ordinary on inkpop. And for the special occasion, I'm posting with Nella, Marisa, and Sharon. It's going to be a big night, so if you're on inkpop, be sure to be there! All of these ladies are super talented and their stories will be great!

Lani de Louise didn't believe in superheroes. Until she had to save one.

Lani de Louise is sick of superheroes. Before her mother died, she was fascinated by them. A year after her mother’s death, Lani can’t escape the rumors of a secret superhero society that can save a war-stricken world.
When she wakes up, totally unaware of where she is, she’s only more shocked to find that she’s ended up at the home of this secret society. The rules soon become clear. A dark secret has almost shattered the superheroes in two and saving the world is the only thing keeping them together. Will, the leader, has his eyes set on Lani.

Until he goes missing.

The superheroes elect Rob, the group misfit, to go out and find him, in hopes that Will will be able to save the world, once Rob saves him. Lani begs Rob to take her with him, in hopes to escape, and possibly grow closer to the mysterious boy who seems so against the world.

As the war rages on, Rob and Lani must travel across the world in hopes of finding Will and saving the world before it’s too lat

Midsummer Night's Dream From HarperCollins

Hey guys!
Yup, you probably want to eat us for being MIA. I'm actually here today to share a fun contest with you guys. It's a bit late to enter, but you can still vote, either by making an account or by using Facebook.
So we all know about Inkpop and Harper. Recently, they started a contest in which you write a version of a Midsummer Night's Dream, and the top entries get published in a teen classic's edition of a Midsummer Night's Dream. (Or get an iPod touch)

You can go vote here!

And I'm totally not going to plug my entry *shifty eyes* and tell you that you can find Puck's very funny version right here.

Hurry, hurry! You can only  vote for another two days!

Peace and fey,

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Love, Lala