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I'm a guest blogger at Kiersten White's blog today! I'm blogging about my undying love for Gilbert Blythe-sigh....really-how can you not love him-he's so crushworthy!!

Won't you come join me and share your lit crush? Plus, Kiersten is awesome, her blog is awesome and she has a very cool book coming out called Paranormalcy-you should go pre-order it!


  1. Oh - Gilbert Blthye.


    My first major fictional character crush. I <3 him.

    Just thinking about him males me feel good :)

    will travel over there now


  2. I think my first had to be Henry Huggins. It was when he went through the mud to rescue that pest Ramona and then went back in to get her red boots...sigh!

  3. Gilbert is a dream.

    Have you read LM Montgomery's journals??

  4. Caroline-No I haven't! I'll have to check them out.

  5. Check out this new werewolf book & get some cool ringtones and wallpapers for your cell phone!

  6. Oh, Gilbert Blythe. *Sigh* Love, love, love him - especially the movie version.


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