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Guest Blog by Susannah Sandlin - World (Re) Building - and Giveaway - June 9, 2014

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  • Roger
    on June 09, 2014 | 11:13 Rogersaid :
    "I'm really looking forward to the Penton rebuilding. Can't forget that scene with Will & Randa underground with explosions in Omega. One of my favorite scenes. Tomorrow = Allegiance...WOW!!"
  • Suzanne Johnson
    on June 09, 2014 | 11:23 Suzanne Johnsonsaid :
    "I know, Roger--it's taken forever! That was one of my favorite scenes in Omega :-)"
  • SandyG265
    on June 09, 2014 | 11:54 SandyG265said :
    "My favorite fictional type of towns are fictionalized versions of real ones."
  • miki
    on June 09, 2014 | 14:35 mikisaid :
    "that scene with Will and Randa is definitively one of my favourite too^^ so much tension and closeness^^

    Penton is my favourite fictional town, i do love some "transformed" version of existing one but completely created and fictional: Penton win!"
  • erin
    on June 09, 2014 | 14:38 erinsaid :
    "Congrats Suzanne on the new release!!! Ummm.... I like the small town that Bran lives in from the Mercy Thompson series by Patricia Briggs. As far as I know it's never been damaged. Thanks for sharing!"
  • lorrie0729
    on June 09, 2014 | 15:21 lorrie0729said :
    "Penton was such a great town that I would love to experience. Small town where everyone knows everyone always wanted to live somewhere like that"
  • Liz S.
    on June 09, 2014 | 18:08 Liz S.said :
    "I like the Atlanta in the Kate Daniels series where magic does crazy things every day. Looking forward to reading Allegiance!"
  • Barbara E.
    on June 09, 2014 | 19:04 Barbara E.said :
    "My favorite fictional town is Jennifer Estep's Ashland. There's been plenty of mayhem, but not too much destruction of the actual town."
  • Ren
    on June 09, 2014 | 20:48 Rensaid :
    "I like Dublin in Fever series!"
  • Suzanne Johnson
    on June 09, 2014 | 21:14 Suzanne Johnsonsaid :
    "That is fun, Sandy. I sure have fun tearing up New Orleans in the Sentinels books! Penton is a real place, just muuuch smaller and, as far as I know, has no vampires."
  • Suzanne Johnson
    on June 09, 2014 | 21:15 Suzanne Johnsonsaid :
    "Thanks, Miki! Penton is SORT OF a real place. There is a Penton, Alabama, in Chambers County; it's just so small that I combined it with the slightly larger town a mile away, LaFayette. Definitely no cotton mill or vampires, though!"
  • Suzanne Johnson
    on June 09, 2014 | 21:16 Suzanne Johnsonsaid :
    "Thanks, Erin! Yes, I like that town too (its name has escaped me now), although Bran kind of creeps me out sometimes. I'd rather deal with Charles!"
  • Suzanne Johnson
    on June 09, 2014 | 21:17 Suzanne Johnsonsaid :
    "I grew up in that kind of town, Lorrie--had a population of about 2,000 and I was related to 3/4 of them :-). At the time, I couldn't wait to escape, but now I realize it was a great place to grow up."
  • Suzanne Johnson
    on June 09, 2014 | 21:18 Suzanne Johnsonsaid :
    "Thanks, Liz! *Mumbles....I really do have to read that series.....*"
  • BookLady
    on June 09, 2014 | 21:18 BookLadysaid :
    "Congratulations on the release of Allegiance! My favorite fictionalized town is New Orleans. There are so many great books set in this city. I would love to visit it someday."
  • Suzanne Johnson
    on June 09, 2014 | 21:19 Suzanne Johnsonsaid :
    "I've heard great things about the Gin Blanco series, Barbara. Also on my TBR pile, waiting...waiting...."
  • Suzanne Johnson
    on June 09, 2014 | 21:20 Suzanne Johnsonsaid :
    "Ah, and yet ANOTHER series waiting for me to get to it! I didn't realize it was set in Dublin. That's cool, and different!"
  • Suzanne Johnson
    on June 09, 2014 | 21:20 Suzanne Johnsonsaid :
    "Thanks, Linda. There are some great books set in New Orleans; it just lends itself to it. I hope you get to visit one of these days!"
  • lindalou
    on June 09, 2014 | 23:01 lindalousaid :
    "I'm with Sandy G265. My fav towns are fictionalized versions of read towns. AND... one of my favs is New Orleans and it has been damaged. "
  • Suzanne Johnson
    on June 09, 2014 | 23:10 Suzanne Johnsonsaid :
    "Ah, sadly, Linda, it has indeed been damaged--and that's before DJ got her hands on it. It seems to have rebounded from Katrina until you get out into some of the neighborhoods where there are big vacant lots full of weeds where there used to be houses. Or foundations where houses used to be."
  • Mary Preston
    on June 10, 2014 | 06:17 Mary Prestonsaid :
    "My favorite fictional town is actually real, but certainly fictionalized. (Hope that makes sense. NYC has certainly been damaged time & again. It's exciting to read."
  • bn100
    on June 10, 2014 | 22:54 bn100said :
    "Don't have a fav town"
  • ArtemisG
    on June 11, 2014 | 17:09 ArtemisGsaid :
    "Neverland is the coolest island possible. First off, this is where fairies live, these fairies sprinkle a magic dust which allows you to fly. There are pirates, mermaids and the best is that it's never been damaged.

    Raffle name: Demitra Giote"
  • ihate00
    on June 13, 2014 | 08:23 ihate00said :
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  • ihate00
    on June 13, 2014 | 08:28 ihate00said :
    ".....hmm, favorite fictional town.....all that comes to mind is Bree and Gotham....."
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