It is hard to explain... so I guess I'll just start at the beginning...
Allie sat at the table with her parents after telling them about her day giving them all of the information she could, they sat patiently listening but she could see the wheels turning in their minds steadily processing what she was telling them. There was a beat of silence before her father sat back and said,
Allie strode down the sidewalk practically dancing as her earbuds pumped her newest favorite song through her. Her blond hair swayed and her bright smile flashes at every passerby. She jogged into the coffee shop and easily found her friends at one of the corner tables.
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I have had many books that I loved growing up and, of course, a lot were series books—the longer, the better. I loved getting to really know the characters and emotionally going through their trials and triumphs with them; as examples, Harry Potter or Mortal Instruments, so on and so forth. But the one series that stood out the most to me growing up was A Series of Unfortunate Events. The author Lemony Snicket wrote such an intriguing storyline while being hidden in the darkness. It was such a new unique way of writing, 100 percent new to my young eyes and always a great find for me.