A/N: So, I've noticed that lately I've been making it onto quite a few Favorites lists, which is completely great, and I love it! So thank you to all those who are adding me and who have subscribed to alerts. And even though this is a little late, and no one will probably read this until it's too late, just letting you know that even if you didn't like it, even if you don't have much to say besides "yeah, it was good", I'd still like you to review, because I love them soooooo much, and I can't tell you how much I really appreciate them. Just saying thank you to all of those who are reading it, and who have read it, and who have reviewed time and time again. And just so you know, I am working on trying to do another fanfiction for Twilight, as well as my own original work, which I hope to publish on deviantart and fictionpress, and I'll of course let you know when that happens to be. As funny as it sounds, I think I actually get more of my personal work done during school. I know I told you guys I'd have another fic out this summer, but it just hasn't worked out. I've got the first two chapters done, though! The thing is, I don't want to start a story and post the chapters right away, and then not have anything for months, because I know I hate it when authors do that to me.

Some other fics I'm planning are for Fright Night, which I'm sure I've already said... haven't I? And I have a few other things planned, none of which come to mind at the moment, lol... I'm a little brain-dead right now. Oh, and if you're looking for some good reads before the end of summer (when you're not reading fics, lol), I'd recommend:

10 Things I Hate About Me by Randa Abdel-Fattah (and if you like this, I'd read her first book as well, Does My Head Look Big in This?)

Southern Vampire Mysteries by Charlaine Harris (of course)

Les Miserables by Victor Hugo (my friend was in that musical, and he was amazing, and I wanted to read the book, which is huge, but soooo good)

Mortal Instruments Series by Cassandra Clare (I've met her. I went to her book signing and talked to her for like, 5 minutes and I told her I named my cat after Simon, and then she told me she named Simon after her cat!)

Wake and Fade by Lisa McMann (I've met her too, AND held Ms. Spoobin... be jealous)

Common Sense by Thomas Paine or Common Sense by Glenn Beck (good if you're a conservative or just like American history. Glenn Beck is my hero, for sure. Best quote ever: "The moment I stop being genuine is the moment I fail."- Glenn Beck. Funny thing is, the guy I wrote "The Boy from Alaska" for? Yeah, his nickname for me is "Genuine Person")

The Luxe and Rumors and Envy by Anna Godberson (and Splendor comes out this year!)

The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving (classic and amazing, and probably the only American fairy tale)

Not to mention...

The Twilight Saga by Stephenie Meyer (whom I've met too, btw, again, be jealous...)

So, to all of you, I hope your summer is going great and has been going great! Please, if you want to talk to me about anything or ask me anything, review or PM me, I always get back to your questions. Oh, and I love book and movie suggestions, and those are some things you should put in the reviews here! And, if you watch The Bachelorette, you should talk about what your thoughts on that were... I loved Reid, lol... anyway, thanks for reading!

Love,

Emily