Anna LaForest Writes: The Blog

Book Post: With and Without You

What do you get when you have a long distance relationship, pressure to plan for the future, and less and less certainty about what you want? You get With and Without You by Emily Wibberley and Austin Siegemund-Broka. Happy Reading!

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Book Post: The Counselors

Don’t just read The Counselors…Experience it! I read The Counselors by Jennifer Goodman when I was in the mood for something dark. Goodman definitely delivered. As her story unfolds in two different timelines, I found myself on the edge of my seat. Or maybe it would be more accurate to say pillow since this is…

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Book Review: Rules for Being a Girl

Don’t just read Rules for Being a Girl…Experience it. I read Rules for Being a Girl by Candace Bushnell and Katie Cotugno because, well, Katie Cotugno. She just may be my favorite current YA author. I love how she writes strong female characters who tend to find themselves in impossible circumstances and are forced to…

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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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