Anna LaForest Writes: The Blog

Book Post: I Love You So Mochi

Don’t just read I Love You So Mochi…Experience it! I read I Love You So Mochi by Sarah Kuhn because the cover captured my attention. The background, beautiful pink cherry blossom trees, almost looked like a blurred photograph. The figures in the foreground were in focus, but definitely hand drawn, cartoonish. The varied styles made…

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Book Review: The Sky is Everywhere

Don’t just read The Sky is Everywhere…Experience it! I first heard of The Sky is Everywhere by Jandy Nelson after seeing it on a number of agent’s manuscript wish lists as the type of book they are looking to represent. It had been on my list to read for sometime, and then it was personally…

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Writers Blog: One Year?

It’s hard to believe I’ve been at this blogging endeavor for a year. So much happened in 2022. I read countless books, ate a variety of new foods, listened to a lot of new music, learned about other cultures, tried my hand at new hobbies, among other things. The possibilities really are endless when you…

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A Few Basics…

Hi, I’m Anna, an aspiring author of young adult books. Through my words here, I hope to share my personal journey as a writer, while paying tribute to the books that have shaped me as a writer and a person. I hope you will frequent my blog to find something for you, or someone in your life, to read. Hopefully, one day you will be able to pick up a book that has my name on the cover!

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8 responses to “Anna LaForest Writes: The Blog”

  1. So excited for you!!


    1. Thanks! You can keep these books in mind for future birthday gifts…


  2. I think this is great. I have to send a link to my grandaughter in St Charles, Mo. She reads all the time.


    1. Thank you for sharing! I hope she can find a book she is interested in reading as I post more!


  3. I am so incredibly excited for you and this journey you are on!
    I am even more excited for your readers to be engulfed in your amazing wisdom and writing!


    1. Thank you so much! I’m grateful for your kind words and support!


  4. I am so excited for you. I am sure you will have great success. I will enjoy reading your blog until I can read your very own book.


    1. Thanks so much! Until that day comes, I hope you can find a book that you might enjoy reading or one to recommend to a student or family member.


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