If Paper Wishes were a movie…

I think that anyone who has a story in their heart has a “dream cast” in mind, in the event that their story is ever: 1. published; 2. successful; 3. turned into a movie.  (In that order. ◡‿◡ ♡)

Paper Wishes is a long way from getting published (although, hopefully if it’s well received by Swoon Readers, it will be considered for publication) but if it was ever to become a movie, my dream cast would look something like this:

Kiki Sukezane as Vilvian Matsunaga

Sophie Oda as Vilvian Matsunaga

Jenna Ushkowitz as Nikki 

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Shay Mitchell as Jezabel

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Gregg Sulkin as Nox Bright

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and Harry Shum, Jr. as Kai Suzuki

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Godfrey Gao as Tsubasa

I might be biased since I’m the one who mentally assembled the cast, but I think this might be the most attractive movie cast in the history of all movies. (♡‿♡) (Plus, Godfrey Gao. I mean, I just can’t with him. He’s too perfect!)

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Read, comment, and rate: SPOOK by Gabe McClure

Tomorrow is the last day for rating manuscripts during this round of Swoon. There are a few books that I have my fingers (arms, legs, and eyes) crossed for, but none more than SPOOK. You may have noticed the love fest on Twitter between SPOOK’s author, Gabe McClure, and I. I found her Twitter account listed on her Swoon profile after I read SPOOK (and basically became its NUMBER 1 FAN GIRL) and I had to reach out to her to let her know how freaking good her series is! (For those wondering, I don’t know Gabe in real life and we weren’t friends before I read SPOOK.)

Seriously though folks, SPOOK is so good. It’s so funny and well written, and the main cast are such a motley crew… for all intents and purposes they shouldn’t work as friends, but they do!  Plus, how could you not want the handsome and lovable Ace Montgomery as your (demon) book boyfriend? 😉

I’m not the only one totally in love with the spooky (heehee, see what I did there?) town that Gabe’s created. A quick look through comments on her page will tell you that although it doesn’t have as many ratings as some other books, the people who have read it love it, and I think that’s amazing. 🙂 It’s currently rated 5/5 hearts, presumably by sixteen people (the number next to the heart ratings). Do you know how difficult it is to get my two children to agree on what to eat for dinner, and yet SIXTEEN STRANGERS could come together and agree that SPOOK is so great that it deserves 5 out of 5 hearts?

To summarize: SPOOK is amazing. You should read it. Like, soon. Preferably before voting ends. Please?

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