National Poetry Month (29/30): Sorcery & Cecelia in 5-7-5

Sorcery & Cecelia OR The Enchanted Chocolate Pot by Patricia C. Wrede and Caroline Steverner

“Epistolary”
Means written in letter form.
“YAY!” means I liked it.

(This is a super-fun book and the best part is that the two authors, close friends,  started this project by pretending to be the two main characters, actually writing letters to each other just for fun.  When they were done, they knew they were onto something clever, so they spruced it all up and published the letters as a novel.  I love that idea so much!  And though this isn’t heavy, brilliant literature, it’s a VERY entertaining little adventure!)

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(Participate in National Poetry Month! Add your own haiku in the comments, and I’ll post my favorite reader contributions in May!)

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2 Responses to “National Poetry Month (29/30): Sorcery & Cecelia in 5-7-5”

  1. RogerBW Says:

    Nearly wrote itself –
    Certainly got away from the
    Authors. But great fun!

    (Rushing behind with
    My ears flapping in the wind –
    I’ll finish the month!)

  2. Liz Says:

    In church, “Epistle”
    Means letter by Apostle
    So your word makes sense

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