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July 10, 2012

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Heather

I really find the prejudice that goes both ways between the lowlanders and Mount Eskel people interesting. I wonder if Britta's story would have been totally different had it not been for that prejudice.

H.P.

Sorry, this isn't about Princess Academy, but how old do you think someone should be before reading Austenland? For example, could you read it when you're 12? I did read the "Is the book appropriate for kids?" page, but I wanted to ask.

jennifer

Love the Quarry-Speech. I am so glad you added it. It is a gift the Eskelites deserve and gives depth and meaning to the mountain experience. I love rocks and collect them from all over the world. I like to think they have stories within...even if I can't hear them.

Allerednic

I am having so much fun reading these blogs, Shannon! I just wanted to tell you thanks for taking the time to share all of this with us :)

Hannah

these blogs are so informative and fun - it's nice to have an author's take on things for a change. Just read the teaser chapter of PS via Amazon; it seems to set the pace and mood nicely, although now I'm even more impatient for PS to be released!

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