In 2016, I came across this site. I wanted to do something for fans and a quiz was created! Over the years, the quiz came and went as more or less a reminder [Oh hey, here’s the link for the quiz] and mostly went unnoticed. I decided now was the time it found a stable house to live and have created a link that will show you all the quizzes in one place.
You currently, can only find out which character from The Blasphemer Series you are. This quiz contained spoilers and previews of the series as some of the books are still in process of being created and at the time of its creation some characters hadn’t been talked about publically.
I have plans to make more quizzes of more books, monsters, and so much more. I enjoy finding out things from these silly quizzes and from my Facebook feed many people enjoy them as well!
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I read this book in high school. I wasn’t sure when I found it was I was even looking for. I remember thinking this book was odd on the shelf of a high school beyond it being about a teenager. I was even more surprised after I checked it out to find it described drug use in a raw and scary way, but after that I found this book to be truly heartbreaking.
It doesn’t promote drug use by any means. It’s a crushing story about drug use. This is a book I’ve read online described as a 90’s kids version of Go Ask Alice. It’s definitely worth a read.
I felt the prick of the needle, but only for a second, because this great rush of warmth quickly followed, encompassing my whole body from my toes right up to the top hair on my head. I couldn’t move for a minute as she guided the needle in and out of my vein. When she was done, I felt like I had entered heaven. I looked in the mirror and felt beautiful and confident. I felt this great peace, at last, a warmth, and I knew that everything was going to be okay–and really always had been. Like time had stopped and I was floating on a cloud.
“Writing the book, I saw my old dope dealer and bought $1,500 worth of pure heroin–Brown Gold–and started shooting up ten times a day to get the feel of the book. Well, I did, all right. I ended up in Glen Cove General, almost dead. In truth, you make a deal with the Devil. He takes away your pain, but he owns you. You live for the next fix. After a while, it’s totally physical; your body has to have it. But I’m off it for good.”
— Linda Glovach