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Gina: The Life and Times of a Scaredy-Cat Ghost-EEEEEK!

August 6, 2010
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We’re pretty much the most universally feared creatures of the planet. Ghosts are scary. That’s all there is to it. We’ve gone through death, and we’re still kickin’. More or less. All around the world, since…forever, people have been telling stories of haunted houses and creepy graveyard. We are the creme of the monster crop. I could have the world shaking in its boots if I wanted to. So why am I such a scaredy cat?


Sheila: The Pros and Cons of, like, Being a Banshee

August 5, 2010
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You know, it’s hard when nobody knows who you are. It’s bad enough to be a monster. Need I be an obscure one too? Everyone else at my new school is going to be super famous. Vampires and werewolves, are, like, cultural icons. Especially since those awesome Twilight books! Yah, I’m a fan girl. What can I say? Oh, and that new ride at Disney, Expedition Everest, or whatever it is, is totally bringing Yeti in to the limelight. But no one even knows what a Banshee is!

Max: The High Expectations of Yeti-hood

August 3, 2010

My dad is the king of all Yeti’s. Wait, this is the 21st century. So I guess he’s the CEO of all Yeti’s. He runs all the council meetings and wrestling matches, that sort of thing. He thinks his only son is going to grow up to be the meanest, toughest guy since Bigfoot. That’s a lot of pressure to put on a 15-year-old! Especially when I don’t want to live up to his expectations.

Roger: The Natural Charm of a Werewolf

August 3, 2010
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I gotta say it, chicks really dig werewolves. And why wouldn’t they? We’re, like, perfect. I mean, we can be incredibly handsome most of the time, with great hair, and then, on the full moon, we can be strong, and fast, and killer athletes. With even more great hair. How could we be better?

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Being the tech squad director at my new boarding school sounded like such a good idea at the time. I just wish someone had told me it was a school for monsters! And trust me, these aren't the dashing Cullens and happy werewolves you'd expect. These are the real deal. So now I'm stuck managing the blogs of my peers: a sarcastic vampire, a cocky werewolf, a socially awkward Yeti, and a perpetually whinny banshee. But I don't need to tell you. Just read there blogs. At least it will be a good laugh. And then afterwords, please, please, please, someone out there: Get me out of here. I wan't OUT! HELP!