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Bethany Wiggins
Bethany Wiggins has always been an avid reader, but not an avid writer. She failed ninth grade English because she read novels instead of doing her homework. In high school, she sat alone at lunch and read massive hardback fantasy novels (Tad Williams and Robert Jordan anyone?). It wasn't until... show more

Bethany Wiggins has always been an avid reader, but not an avid writer. She failed ninth grade English because she read novels instead of doing her homework. In high school, she sat alone at lunch and read massive hardback fantasy novels (Tad Williams and Robert Jordan anyone?). It wasn't until the end of her senior year that the other students realized she was reading fiction--not the BibleSeveral years later, Bethany's sister dared her to start writing an hour a day until she completed a novel. Bethany wrote a seven-hundred page fantasy novel that she wisely let no one read--but it taught her how to write. The rest is history.
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Birth date: March 29
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Garden-of-Stars
Garden-of-Stars rated it 4 years ago
I have had this one on my to-read list for a few years now but have never gotten around to reading it, never even tried looking it up at the library to take out. Sometimes I think it’s a sign that if you don’t get to a book right away it might be best not to bother with it at all. However, in my rec...
Reading is my ESCAPE from Reality!
Reading is my ESCAPE from Reality! rated it 4 years ago
Being underestimated is an advantage, and yes, that saying is framed and hanging on the bathroom wall at home. This book is a sequel. I highly recommend reading "Stung" first, but I will try not to give anything away. This story is set in the same world but centers on different characters at ...
Reading is my ESCAPE from Reality!
Reading is my ESCAPE from Reality! rated it 4 years ago
I don't remember going to sleep. All I remember is waking up here -- a place as familiar as my own face. At least, it should be. Fiona wakes up in her bedroom, but nothing is as it should be. Her room is filthy and seems like it has been neglected for a very long time. As she walks around her hou...
Robin's Reads
Robin's Reads rated it 5 years ago
Stung, by Bethany Wiggins This story of what happens when the bees die off was mildly interesting at first, but became tedious rather quickly. Genetic engineering gone wrong is the premise that sets up this dystopian world. butalmost nothing is said about it until halfway through the book, and eve...
Karin's Book Nook
Karin's Book Nook rated it 5 years ago
Now that Fiona Tarsis and her twin brother, Jonah, are no longer beasts, they set out to find their mother, with the help of Bowen and a former neighbor, Jacqui. Heading for a safe settlement rumored to be in Wyoming, they plan to spread the cure along the way--until they are attacked by raiders. Lu...
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