May 15, 2015 @ 8:02 pm | Filed under:


about someone

but I won’t say yet

don’t tell me

I bet I’m right


It’s a good theory


Also: this morning I figured out how to manage my Definitive LMM list

the post is underway

but sorry I can only think about Blackout right now

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  1. sarah says:

    Squee! I so want to know what you’ve figured out. I’ve read it three times now and I still haven’t figured out everything.

    Can. Not. Wait. for the LMM list.

  2. Maureen E says:

    I’m really enjoying your Blackout updates! I kind of figured some things out, but a lot of it didn’t come together until All Clear. (And even then, I caught so much more on subsequent reads.)

  3. maria says:

    Ha! Laughing at myself. I read the title of this entry and thought “Oh my, a blackout! Wonder what happened…” as I pictured you all without power last night.
    In my defence, I hadn’t seen the news since early Friday and was waiting on the tea kettle for my morning cup of tea so I was not fully functional yet.

    Glad you are enjoying your read!

  4. Samantha says:

    But we need the definitive LMM list NOW!!!!!!!!!!! 🙂 🙂 🙂 That’s going to be fun. 🙂

  5. Ellie says:

    If you have figured out the thing that doesn’t get made plain until the end of All Clear I will give you a gold medal 🙂 🙂

    I’m glad you’re enjoying it! Love those two books **so much**

  6. Melissa Wiley says:

    I’m 8% into All Clear and someone just said something that suggests my theory is wrong, but it works perfectly in earlier passages (in Blackout, I mean) so I’m not quite ready to abandon it….

  7. Melissa Wiley says:

    17%. I *must* be right.

  8. Sherry says:

    Oh, I love those books! I want to go re-read them now, but I always feel anxious when I re-read because there are so many good books that I haven’t even read once yet. SO the only way I can justify re-reading is when I read aloud to my children—which doesn’t work for adult books. Oh, the difficulties of a reading life!

    I’m going to quote you, by the way, in a talk I’m giving next weekend at a small local homeschool convention. Your tidal homeschooling and Rule of Six fit right into the talk I’m giving on the importance and use of “living books” in homeschooling.

  9. Karen Edmisten says:

    Oooh, now I want to reread Blackout. 🙂 🙂