It's the final installment of the HS Flashback Tour and last day to enter the giveaway! If you haven't already, be sure to comment on this or any of the week's interviews for a chance to win. The Final Visitor: Christy Raedeke...
Christy Raedeke writes from her tiny home office in Southern Oregon. She is inspired by her two quirky children and her hilarious (and long-suffering) husband.
Learn more about Christy on her website http://www.prophecyofdays.com/ (and stop by her blog, 'cause she's funny - her sweater Flashback on the Tour yesterday was hilarious). Learn more about the book & giveaway at the end of this post and more about Christy in high school right here!
Who did you take to the prom? I went to prom with my friend David, who is still one of my best friends today. Too bad it didn’t work out with us, but I just can’t compete with his partner Ramon. David is a very successful executive living the fabulous life in London.
On weekend nights in high school, I usually...I grew up in a small town with not a lot to do. We’d go in packs to either Angelo’s Pizza Parlor (which had red velvet flocked wallpaper!) or Campus Drive-In for fries, then we’d all go to the bowling alley to watch the boys bowl or play video games. After that, some sort of shenanigans would ensue!
What were you most likely to be in trouble for in high school? I never got in trouble. I was far too crafty for that! :-) Though I did sneak out my bedroom window on a regular basis, I can’t remember ever getting caught.
When Caity Mac Fireland accompanies her parents to an isle off the coast of Scotland, she’s not expecting to find a Mayan relic. Guided by a motley crew of advisors, Caity uncovers an incredible secret that an elite group of power-brokers will stop at nothing to control.
Buy Prophecy of Days here.
The Giveaway: One randomly-chosen entrant will win a glass slipper bookmark from Kay Cassidy, notepad, pen & bookmark from me, red umbrella from Christina Gonzalez, copy of Prophecy of Days from Christy Raedeke and a tote bag (to carry all of it!) from Kimberly Derting:
Winners will be announced tomorrow. Good luck!
PS - I'm at Kay Cassidy's blog today looking kinda mean. I'm not really - I just had braces that year and never smiled.