Friday, June 3, 2011

Mystery Writer Revealed!

I am very excited to announce a special guest blogger.  This special guest has agreed to be regularly featured throughout the summer here on Losing Sanity.  I've already seen the first installment of this writer's work titled "MoonStars" and its, well, ummm, interesting.  Before you shake your head at my inability to play nice in the virtual sandbox I should disclose that my guest blogger will be none other than Child # 1. 

Here is a quick introduction to Child # 1.  She says:


The young author, already angsty in black, and friend Sidney.
 "My name is Savannah and I'm nine years old.  I've been writing since the first grade.  I was born in New York City and I wrote this story because me and my best friend Sidney created this whole other world.  I thought it would be great to have it on a blog."

Her story will be written in a serialized fashion guaranteed to keep you hanging on the edge of your seats.  I know Savannah is hoping that it will be suspense, as opposed to laughter, that keeps you coming back for more.

Savannah also feels it important that you know:

"There will be no pictures that go along with this blog because the world of MoonStars is top secret.  You may find many different, strange creatures and you might not like the food on MoonStars.  That's okay, if you don't it's only because you're not from this world.  The ending will all depend on you.  If you give up too soon you will never know the password but if you keep reading you'll find out.  That is all I'm going to reveal right now.  You'll have to come back for my story if you want to find out more."

She is open to suggestions and questions about MoonStars and will have limited access to my computer in order to answer posted comments.  Her first installment is currently sitting on my desk but I am under strict instructions not to post it until she's read it one last time.  You know how tempermental those artsy writer types can be about their work!

7 comments:

Christine Murray said...

I think I may just melt at the cuteness of this post. Good on Savannah and Sidney though, it sounds like they have great imaginations. :)

Jennifer A said...

I'm very excited for your guest writer! Her story sounds awesome. :)

I'll have to read it to my daughter!

jennie said...

Sounds fun! Tell Child #1 about www.storyjumper.com. The child in my house loves it and has written a couple little books using it.

conniejjasperson said...

I love your blog, as you know; but this post is far and away the most heartwarming yet!

Alison said...

Oh, this is amazing! Please tell Child #1 that I will be following her story all summer!

Johanna said...

Christine-aaww thanks!

Jennifer-she's going to be so excited to hear that

Jennie-will pass it on

Connie-If I knew how to make those cute little hearts I would do it right here!

Allie-she's going to be psyched to read that!

bookworm said...

awww....too cute! I'm looking forward to reading the story!!