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October 13th, Goth Chick Appreciation Day: Appreciate Me

Thursday, 13 October 2016 16:14 Jennifer Devore
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As authoress Jennifer Susannah Devore works diligently on the second edit of her fifth novel, in fact the fourth in her Savannah of Williamsburg 18thC. historical-fiction series, she takes a moment to celebrate October 13th: Goth Chick Appreciation Day.

It is a day to commemorate "those ladies, young and old, with a penchant for the macabre and twisted ... not your average, hair-twirling, dim-witted twits, they are the cultured, refined, poetic enigmas that make life worth living". As JennyPop is busy editing Savannah of Williamsburg: Washington, Wisdom & The West, Virginia 1754 (Book IV in the series), she will allow Foamy the Squirrel to enlighten you further.

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Remember, as it regards GCAD sacrifices, if cheerleaders are not readily available in your area, pinatas can be substituted for cheerleaders. It's not as fun, but it is less messy and there is no liability.

"Old goths don't die. We just dress that way."

- Kat Kinsman


Happy Goth Chick Appreciation Day to all you fellow poetic enigmas!


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