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Free Books

Who wants free books? You do? Then your wish is my command.

For the next thirty days, HarperCollins is offering the ENTIRE first Princess Diaries book FREE online to anyone who wants it–no strings attached! Just click here.

And here’s where you can pick up the widget, if you’d like to tell all your friends.

Why are they doing this? To get you excited about the last book in the series, FOREVER PRINCESS, which comes out January 6, of course!

Congratulations to Mary Kathryn, Sarah, Fiyan, Alicia, and Nancy, all of whom won copies of Queen of Babble Gets Hitched in the latest book giveaway on my website this month (your copies are in the mail)!

So, how would like you to win a complete set of The Princess Diaries series to help you prepare for the release of Forever Princess? Sign up here.

(You might be asking yourself, what’s with that TOTALLY GORGEOUS TIARA in the picture above? Can I win that, too? The answer is…yes, you can! Well, sort of. More information will become available closer to the publication of Forever Princess. Stay tuned to this blog!)

Look: when times get hard, who is always there for you, to cheer you up when you’re down, keep you company when you’re lonely, and put a smile on your face when nothing else can?

Books, that’s who!

I know. I feel the same way. And that’s why I want to make sure you’ve got plenty of them. So sign up to win (and be sure to click to read)!

Meanwhile, are you dying for a sneak peek at what’s happening in Forever Princess? Here’s another video from Meg TV (complete with action figures) with a few clues about Mia’s LOVE TRIANGLE….

A lot of you have been asking about my OTHER new Scholastic book series (besides AIRHEAD and ALLIE), Abandon, which I haven’t talked about in a while.

Allow me to assure you Abandon is still very much in the works. Book 1 is done. But we’d hoped to release Books 1, 2, and 3 in the series kind of close together. The problem is that I got a little behind in my schedule last year due to the Great Ovary Removal. So I still need to write 2 and 3. But I’m on it, and those should be finished very soon. So hang in there!

Meg’s interpretation of Persephone being kidnapped by Hades, as depicted during Intermediate Algebra when Meg was supposed to be paying attention to the quadratic theory.

For more illustrations from Meg’s Algebra class, go here.

Okay, back to catching up on everything I have due! And you–yes, you! Start reading!

More later.

Much love,


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