Readergirlz & YALSA Chat With Dia Calhoun!

October 30th, 2007 Chat Transcript

readergirlz wrote:

Tonight readergirlz welcomes award-winning author and devoted diva, Dia Calhoun! We're excited to chat with Dia on the magic of writing and to get the back-story behind her amazing fantasy novels!

Thanks to everyone for joining us tonight.

Remember if you'd like to reply to someone's statement or question, hit the Quote Button in their text box. Use the Refresh Button on your tool bar to see the latest additions to the chat. If it seems as if no one is talking, you probably need to hit Refresh!

The 31st post in our chat tonight will receive a free copy of one of the 31 Flavorite Authors books! Good luck all you chatters.

So, two questions to get started:

1.) How are you doing tonight?

2.) What is your flavorite ice cream?

 

Dia Calhoun wrote:

Hi Everyone!!! I'm thrilled that at last it's my chat night!

**Drum roll please** Ready? My favorite ice cream is Chocolate Chip Mint!

I've been holding that in for an entire month!

Traci wrote:

Hi Dia!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Dia Calhoun wrote:

Hi Traci and Miss Erin!

LibraryWoman wrote:

Yay! Finally, Dia! I am really pleased to be able to participate in this chat with Dia.

I've only read 2 of your books so far, but plan to read them all. Fantasy was my biggest and best love as an adolescent and I have been returning to reading that genre again lately. Thanks to great books like yours, I am truly enjoying the reading!

Dia Calhoun wrote:

Thank you so much!

Oh yes, and my favorite words are: ELBOW and GLORIA. (But not together!)

*~Lena~* wrote:

welcome dia!!!!!

Dia Calhoun wrote:

Hi Lena!

Taylor Iam who iam who Iam!wrote:

Hey everyone!

hey DIA!!!!!!!!!!!!

my girl!

how are you?

Dia Calhoun wrote:

Hey Tay,

I'm going great today! Sneaked out of school early so I could make the chat!

silence is golden, but duck tape is silver... wrote:

Vroom, vroom here I am... attempting to finish my papier but still....

YAY!!! DIA!!!

Now to attempt to chat and what Bones and the same time... Ooooo...

Dia Calhoun wrote:

Thanks for interviewing me for the paper. Hope you get an A!

Taylor Iam who iam who Iam!wrote:

im soo excited ur here dia, your like my idol, your so awesome!! and so strong, how do you do it?

i love u!!!

Tay!

Dia Calhoun wrote:

Thanks for your kind words Tay. I get a lot of support from friends, family, and of course my dear buds, the readergirlz divas.

Miss Erin wrote:

What are you reading right now, Dia?

Dia Calhoun wrote:

I just finished rereading Hattie Big Sky because Kirby Larson is coming to speak at my class at SU. Love, love Hattie. I'm about to start The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan.

Taylor Iam who iam who Iam!wrote:

Dia, i love to see ya, lol

i made my own poem

you like?

lols!!!

Tay!

Dia Calhoun wrote:

Tay--you're ready to write a whole novel in verse!

silence is golden, but duck tape is silver... wrote:

WoW... a whole month... I'm soo proud. That merits an award.

Dia Calhoun wrote:

Hot fudge sauce on the Chocolate Chip Mint? A cherry?

~VaNeSsA~ wrote:

DIA, how long have you been writing? Were you a born writer?

Dia Calhoun wrote:

I've been writing since I had a fantastic teacher named Miss Kennedy in the second grade. I remember I wrote a poem about and Indian girl named Moonbeam, and she pinned it on the board. That's where it all started...

But I didn't start writing seriously every day until I was in my late twenties, when I got my first computer. I think it had all of 8 K memory! But I loved writing on the computer rather than the typewriter. Wings to the words!

Marlena [is on Team Edward] wrote:

YAY for Dia!

Dia Calhoun wrote:

Yay for Marlena!

readergirlz wrote:

Ohhhh...Dia, my Dia, can I tell you that I detest mint chocolate chip? Ever since my first pregnancy, I have hated mint. It makes me gag. Isn't that odd? Brushing my teeth is an ordeal for my taste buds...

And with that fun fact, do you feast or famine when you write? (ie do you nibble as you type or do you forget to eat?)

~justina

Dia Calhoun wrote:

Oh I would love to nibble nibble but I don't dare--I'd be eating all the time. Actually I tend to forget to eat while I'm writing. Unless I'm writing about food of course!

silence is golden, but duck tape is silver... wrote:

What was the first book you ever read? Or that impacted you if you can rememeber?

Dia Calhoun wrote:

Oh yes, I remember the Peter Rabbit books. I once had a Peter Rabbit moment. I was running through the neighbor's garden, tripped over a cabbage. He shook his rake at me! I ran home crying that Farmer McGregor had threatened me!

I also loved the Little House on the Prairie Books. I used to imagine that I was Laura and made up all kinds of adventures. Early Fanfiction!

Taylor Iam who iam who Iam!wrote:

i loved avielle of rhia, who were your inspirations to write the book?

Tay

Dia Calhoun wrote:

I wrote it out of my fear and despair after 9/11. Avielle had to find her courage in the face of terrorism and so did I.

readergirlz wrote:

Okay I've been wanting to ask you this all month Dia

The Phoenix Dance is based on the well-known 12 dancing princesses fairytale.

Did you like/love adapting the old fairytale?

Did you find it confining in any way??

Inquiring minds want to know!

Dia Calhoun wrote:

I loved working with the old fairytale--I've loved it since I was a girl. 12 Princesses! All those dresses! I used to draw dresses for them. I didn't find it confining because I just let it be a point of departure rather than trying to follow the tale exactly. I would love to do another adapted fairy tale some time.

readergirlz wrote:

Dia, who are your favorite writer buddies? Ahem...

Hee.

~justina

Dia Calhoun wrote:

Is that a trick question? Since it's almost Halloween? My favorite writer buddies are the brilliant Justina Chen Headley, the angelically good Janet Lee Carey, and the exquisitely dashing Lorie Ann Grover.

readergirlz wrote:

Secret Fact Vault opening:

Diva Dia was a ballet dancer for 10 years like me! And she's totally the perfect height. Although, she'll argue with me about that. And she still looks like a dancer. The perfect arch. *twirl, twirl*

~Lorie Ann

Dia Calhoun wrote:

Ah, I don't know how it is have one's best feature be one's FEET. But true. I like my feet. Hee.

Miss Erin wrote:

You knew it was coming.........

*drum roll*

Dia, which of your books is your favorite?

Dia Calhoun wrote:

I'm ready for you, you wily Miss Erin. My favorite of all my books is my beloved White Midnight. Everything came together for me in that book. I did the rough draft in just six weeks. (Thought I'd been thinking about it for a year) And the whole process was magical. I love Rose and I share her dream to own my own land. Some day! Maybe that's why I like the book so much, too.

readergirlz wrote:

Dia: what has been your best moment during 31 Flavorites? All this readergirlz looooooove?

~justina

Dia Calhoun wrote:

Buying a new outfit of course! I love my black flippy skirt that Lorie Ann helped me pick out. But seriously, I think talking with all the authors has been fabulous!

*gypsy wings* wrote:

Hi Dia :)

First off, I love what you and the other diva's are doing here...

Secondly, I am curious how you go about your writing. Is there a specific amount of time you devote daily? Or do you just write when you feel the urge.

Dia Calhoun wrote:

Generally I write 3-4 hours a day. If I wrote only when I felt the urge, I would probably not get much done. I find that I need to be in contact with my story every day in order for my magical subconscious mind to take over and start doing all the hard work for me. Then, even when I'm not writing, say I'm standing in line at the infernal Post Office, my subconscious mind still works on the story.

Traci wrote:

Ok Dia I have asked this to almost every author we have chatted with and now it's YOUR turn:

If you could meet ANY person in the world, who would it be?

:D

Dia Calhoun wrote:

I knew this one was coming! And I've been thinking about it. I keep switching between Elizabeth Bennet and Captain Jean Luc Picard. (Yes I am a TREKKIE!!!)

~VaNeSsA~ wrote:

Do you by any chance still have that poem??? *hint hint*

Dia Calhoun wrote:

Alas no. But I remember a bit of one about the flag from fifth grade:

Classroom Flag

It's just hanging there,

Nobody cares,

It has no honor or pride.

What can one do

But cherish it true,

And stand with it side by side...

Some fit of poetic patriotic fervor....

readergirlz wrote:

AND...she looks like the perfect ballerina still. OMG...she's HOT. (Yes, this is on public record, Dia, my Dia. You're HOT.)

Dia: what is your favorite ballet? And favorite ballerina (other than Lorie Ann)?

~justina

Dia Calhoun wrote:

My favorite ballet is Giselle--all those wilis! So mysterious and floaty. And my favorite ballerina was Gelsey Kirkland.

Chicklish wrote:

Hi everyone! Hi Dia!

I'm going to catch up on the chat so far before I throw my question in!

Great to be here! Dia, I think you've welcomed me here every night so far and I've really appreciated it. I'd like to welcome YOU tonight!!!

~~~~~~WELCOME, DIA~~~~~~~~~

Dia Calhoun wrote:

Thanks, Luisa!

Traci wrote:

Who was your favorite teacher in highschool and why? (if you can't remember, how about college)

Dia Calhoun wrote:

My favorite teacher was my dearly loved English tutor, Mrs. Saunders. So many reasons why! But the biggest one is that she believed in me. She believed I could do whatever I set out to try. She encouraged me to dream I could be a writer, and taught me all about grammer and punctuation so that I had the tools to be one! Sadly she died before my first book came out.

silence is golden, but duck tape is silver... wrote:

Ooo... I thought of questions.

-Is there any specific moment that stands out in your mind when you wrote Avielle?

-What do you feel is the role of her great-great grandmother... evil or good gone insane?

-What's your fav cookie?

Dia Calhoun wrote:

Writing Avielle: I loved the moment when I came up with the whole bird concept. That just added so many layers--the relationship between birds and the spirit, birds and Avielle's spirit. It made the whole book snap into place.

And Dolvoka, the great-great grandmother was broken by sorrow and captivity. She was never evil in my mind.

Favorite cookie: Brownies--the gooey kind not the caky kind.

~VaNeSsA~ wrote:

I loved Little House too! I still have all of mine, they are among my most treasured books (basically, that means they will never go in the basement, they will stay under my bed. :| did I mention I have a lot of books?)

Anyway, DIA, what advice can you give aspiring authors out there?

And which of your books was the easiest to write, which was the hardest?

Dia Calhoun wrote:

My advice to aspiring authors is that they should try to write a little bit every day, or nearly every day. That will get that magic subconscious mind ticking away. It will do so much of the job for you. And also, finish what you write, as a rule. Sometimes story starts are dead ends, but if you find you have nothing but story starts I think you are avoiding the hard work of developing an idea.

White Midnight was the easiest to write. The hardest is the one I'm working on right now because it is in first person (all my other books are in third) and it has four distinct voices.

Miss Erin wrote:

Are any of your characters based on people you know?

Dia Calhoun wrote:

Uncle Wilford from Firegold is the only character I've ever written based on someone I know. He was an old wonderful man who lived next door to our orchard in Eastern Washington. And Wilford is his character exactly.

look at yourself in the mirror....what do you see? wrote:

HEY!!

WHAT DID YOU DO BEFORE YOU BECAME A WRITER??

Dia Calhoun wrote:

Before I became a writer I was a graphic designer--specifically a logo artist.

It was a blast. I worked for The New York Times Magazine, Microsoft, The Seattle Opera, The Bon Marche, Nordstroms, and others.

Taylor Iam who iam who Iam!wrote:

wow, in memory of 9/11.

did you know anyone personally in the 9/11 tragedy?

if i may ask

i knew someone....believe it or not

:/

Tay

Dia Calhoun wrote:

I wrote it out of my fear and despair after 9/11. Avielle had to find her courage in the face of terrorism and so did I.

No, I knew no one personally. But my publisher's nephew was killed in the attack.

readergirlz wrote:

I have to announce, I HATE LETTERING! I'm so glad we have DIVA DIA!

Dia, has writing Avielle brought you the peace you were looking for? ~Lorie Ann

Dia Calhoun wrote:

Avielle transformed more than I have been able to. That's one reason I write. My characters are able to do what I cannot but wish I could. By the end of the book she has acquired the "Magnificent Heart." For one shining magnificient moment she does not wish for revenge against the terrorists. Instead she wishes their hearts to be opened. I wish that too.

LibraryWoman wrote:

I wanted to say that when I read Avielle I was caught up in many parts of it. I think the part that was most compelling to me was the decision that Avielle wrestled with for so long. I kept wondering how she could decide about who to send, whether to send, whether to reveal her true identity... so many problems. The solution fell into place so beautifully!

(I am not saying any of this well. While I am typing, I am being bombarded with chatter from my daughter and a Goosebumps show that she is watching is also being very distracting. Arrrggggghhhhh.)

I found it very, very difficult to put the book down until I had finished... then I wished that I hadn't!

Perfect fantasy.

Dia Calhoun wrote:

Thank you.

I really wanted to write about how a girl finds her way back after devastating loss. I had had a loss in my own life, not as devastating, but still something that I had to wrestle with.

Miss Erin wrote:

Which one would you like to do?

What's your favorite fairy tale?

Dia Calhoun wrote:

My favorite is the 12 Dancing Princesses. I'm not sure which one I would do. I'd have to give it some thought.

look at yourself in the mirror....what do you see? wrote:

HEY DIA!!

I'LL BE ON THIS CHAT UNTILL THE END YAY!!

LOL

HOW AND WHEN DID YOU START WRITING?

WHAT WAS UR FAVORITE SUBJECT IN SCHOOL?

Dia Calhoun wrote:

I started writing seriously when I got my first computer in my late twenties.

My favorite subject in school was LIT. I love reading!

look at yourself in the mirror....what do you see? wrote:

WHEN I WAS VERY LITTLE I THOUGHT THAT I WAS A DEMON FROM ANOTHER PLACE AND TORMENTED MY LITTLE SISTER, FOR SOME REASON IT KINDA MADE ME LOOK SILLY. PRETENDING THAT MY DRESSER WAS A BIULDING!

LOL

HAVE YOU EVER ACTED SILLY WHEN YOU WERE LITTLE?

PERSAY, , , , DONE SOMETHING CRAZY!!??

Dia Calhoun wrote:

I hobbled across the street dressed as a little old lady in a bustle and held up traffic. My mom was so mad.

Miss Erin wrote:

Oh, you two are lucky!! :)

Dia Calhoun wrote:

I'm the lucky one--having Lorie Ann to critique my work!

readergirlz wrote:

Dia: have you written a screenplay? any interest in doing that?

~justina

Dia Calhoun wrote:

I have never written a screenplay. Maybe some day...

Miss Erin wrote:

Dia, Jackie says to tell you "Hello!!!" from her :)

Dia Calhoun wrote:

Say hi back!

readergirlz wrote:

Oh, the hour is up? Can't be!!

But it's true. Thank you so much, Dia, for sharing your wealth of writing secrets, sending sparkles across the air, answering our questions from serious to silly!

Tonight has been awesome! The divas and the readergirlz love you :)

So if everyone wants to hang around longer, feel free to do so.

Otherwise, we'll see you tomorrow night as we chat with Stephenie Meyer!

Remember her chat is set for later beginning 9pm PDT / 12pm EDT

So we'll all be up way late.

Thanks again Dia and readergirlz everywhere!

Janet

Dia Calhoun wrote:

Thank you so much everyone for chatting with me tonight! It has been a blast. I will stay around a while to answer all the questions that have been posted. I'm only on page 12! Yikes! Good night to all~

Taylor Iam who iam who Iam!wrote:

how about a readergirlz reunion, we all meet, each one of us...somewhere where we all wanna go, italy paris, montana ( lol)

and we all choose a place, meet, mingle and have the best times of our lives, sound good?

Tay!

Dia Calhoun wrote:

Sounds great, Tay!

LibraryWoman wrote:

To piggyback on my own previous message: I also loved the multicultural-ness (is that a word?) of Avielle. It is such an important book with a hugely important message! I love that we can find that message in a delightfully well-crafted fantasy! (and it was never heavy-handed with the message(s) either)

Thanks to you, Dia, for such great writing.

Dia Calhoun wrote:

The multi-culturalness was very important to me, too.

Miss Erin wrote:

My mom just finished reading AVIELLE OF RHIA, and she wanted me to share this quote that she loved. I think every reader will love this!:

The next morning Avielle stood on Postern Street looking up at the sign above the bookseller's door. Cavenda Books: Books of Now, Then, and Yet to Be...' '....Avielle continued, I have found the books of THEN and the books of NOW. But I cannot find the books of the YET TO BE'....(Bookseller's reply:) "The books of YET TO BE are the pages of your life, aren't they? The ones you have yet to write. And where do you think you'll find the source of them? Here, of course... One place anyway. Part of it. See? In all this vastness. In all this wealth. Wisdom of the ages. Words swim into the ears...They inform your life and become part of the YET TO BE."'

~Avielle of Rhia

Dia Calhoun wrote:

That was so much fun to write! I fell in love with those characters, especially Tinty!

I may do a sequel about Tinty one day.

Miss Erin wrote:

My personal two favorite quotes from AVIELLE:

"I do not know, " Avielle said slowly. "I lost all my family when the High Hall was destroyed. And just now, Prince Rajio. I do not think I will be over this in two months."

"Didn't say I was over it! It's always here--" Tinty chucked herself under the chin. "But you stop bleeding. You have to. 'Cause you start drowning in your own blood."

***

"One step, " he said, "She didn't know what she was stepping into. Yet, she did it. Took the first step. What courage."

.... "Courage isn't fearlessness. Courage is something you have in spite of fear."

Do you have a favorite passage from the book, Dia? A favorite scene to write?

Dia Calhoun wrote:

Aw, thanks. My favorite scene is the one where Avielle at last goes to her great-great-grandmother's tomb and the shaft of light shoots up from it when Avielle lays her magic cloak upon it. Ooh it was spooky!

readergirlz wrote:

Ooooh... Dia is such a gifted writer. I wish people would flock to their libraries and bookstores to pick up AVIELLE. It would provide so much solace in their lives.

Dia: what do you think will be in your book of YET TO BE?

xoJustina

Dia Calhoun wrote:

Hope. Love. Light. Transformation.

readergirlz wrote:

Yes, LibraryWoman. SLJ agrees with your review of Avielle!

From School Library Journal

Grade 8 Up-Avielle is a Rhian princess, but her own people fear her. She has the silver skin and hair of her great-great-grandmother, a Dredonian who used her evil magic against Rhia. The 15-year-old, ever fearful of taking after her relative, takes comfort in her lack of magic: no magic, she reasons, no evil. Her eldest brother is in line for the throne, and she hopes to live out of the public eye. Dredonia, however, is ruled by the Brethren of the Black Cloak, evil-wizard priests who will eagerly give their lives, be it only to see one Rhian dead. They attack, and Avielle is the only member of the royal family who survives. She is taken in by a kind weaver and learns that her gift is weaving. At first she hides her identity, but as the attacks continue and suspicion of Dredonian Rhians grows, she must find the courage to come forward and save her people. This is not a light-and-fluffy fantasy: in Avielle's world, readers will see some reflection of their own. They might also see echoes of the Holocaust, as Dredonian Rhians are required to wear identifying badges when they go out in public. Themes of free will and the classic nature-vs.-nurture debate are examined as Avielle discovers her magic and learns how to control it. This is a coming-of-age story disguised as a fantasy, and it should appeal to any girl who has ever felt uncomfortable in her own skin.-Laurie Slagenwhite, Baldwin Public Library, Birmingham, MI

Copyright © Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

~Lorie Ann

Dia Calhoun wrote:

Thanks for posting that, Lorie Ann!

readergirlz wrote:

Wouldn't it be cool to have Avielle's silver skin? A little sparkly like someone I know...

~Lorie Ann

Dia Calhoun wrote:

Justina!

~VaNeSsA~ wrote:

Very nice. Will you ever write a novel in verse? (Excuse me if you have, just means I haven't read it!)

Dia Calhoun wrote:

Maybe some day!

readergirlz wrote:

My favorite line in the review: This is not a light-and-fluffy fantasy.

So true. Dia writes with such heart and meaning; her fantasies are hardly cotton candy confectionary tales that disappear from your head once you finish them. Do you know what I mean, readergirlz?

~justina

Dia Calhoun wrote:

Aw, thanks, Justina!

~VaNeSsA~ wrote:

So how's it feel to be "The Author of the Night" Dia? An easy transition?

Dia Calhoun wrote:

My, I always thought the chats flew by, but this one went at the speed of light. My poor fingers can't keep up! It's fun!

Miss Erin wrote:

What are you working on next, Dia?

Dia Calhoun wrote:

Title: Either SOLEA or DARK CHORALE. Any feedback? It's about four kids in a chorale--with magic, murder, mystery, and romance. That's all I can say about it without jinxing it.

readergirlz wrote:

Dia, can you tell us about your first children's book that's coming out for Christmas this year?

~justina

Dia Calhoun wrote:

Sure: It's called The Return of Light: A Christmas Tale and its about a Christmas Tree who discovers his true destiny is to be a Christmas Tree for the homeless people of the city. I had a blast writing it. I always felt sorry for the leftover Christmas Trees in the lots after Christmas. That's what inspired it!

Alex the MQ [Goldfish] wrote:

what is your defining moment?

Favorite color?

Favorite food?

What, in your opinion, is the most important thing in life?

Dia Calhoun wrote:

My defining moment? When I walked up the canyon behind the orchard for the first time and knew I belonged there.

Favorite Color? GREEN. Love green eyes.

Favorite Food? Japanese, any kind of Japanese food.

Most important thing in life? LOVE, and a good sense of humor.

Taylor Iam who iam who Iam!wrote:

dia!!!!

who is your best friend in the entire world? or friends lol

mine are Candy, Lala, Nessa, Marlena, Adrian, Alexkins, sammy && Dia, lorie, justina and you of course janet!

im getting a tattoo that says I LOVE YOU!

lols

for all my readergirlz

Tay!

and best friends

Dia Calhoun wrote:

My best friend in the whole world is my husband, Shawn. Love him bunches.

readergirlz wrote:

He's dead Jim!

Janet

Dia Calhoun wrote:

No, no, tell me Jean-Luc is not dead!

Traci wrote:

This is my one of my favorite questions........

What is your ultimate favorite outfit?

Dia Calhoun wrote:

My black swishy skirt with my hot orange and red plunging neckline shirt with my high heeled lace up black leather shoes! The divas have seen it!

LibraryWoman wrote:

Dia - I am in a (new) book group at my school (adults/staff only-in this one). We have read a book about a school shooting and this month we are reading the Erin Gruwell memoir: Teach With Your Heart.

In discussing books and issues we'd like to read about in future months, the topic of people with bipolar illness was tossed about. I suggested Phoenix Dance, but as often happens when YA books are mentioned to adults, it was somewhat dismissed (even though I pushed hard for its consideration). My question is this: Do you know of any other fiction or even interesting nonfiction books that also deal with this subject? I'm thinking that if I can convince them to look at several titles on the topic and throw in Phoenix Dance, too, then maybe I can have them rethink reading it! I personally feel that, again, as part of a wonderful fantasy/retelling you have sent a great message. As I told you once privately, I feel that you have truly shared the feelings associated with being bipolar without being too didactic (preachy). Great job.

Dia Calhoun wrote:

Thank you for your very kind words! I haven't read any adult books about bipolar characters but there is another excellent YA out there called IMPULSE by Ellen Hopkins written in fantastic verse. It's very powerful. Maybe you could get them to look at that.

It is too bad about the prejudice toward YA books. I have a dear friend who keeps asking me when I'm going to write a "real" book. She doesn't consider YA literature. Sigh. We have many arguments over this.

Taylor Iam who iam who Iam!wrote:

we both are wrestling a demon arenít we dia?

Dia Calhoun wrote:

Yes, we are, Tay. And winning today, I'm glad to say. One day at a time! Hugs to you!

Chicklish wrote:

OK, I officially give up. I can't catch up!

Dia, has anyone asked you whether you have any advice for aspiring writers? If not, can I ask that?!!

If you've already answered that, can I ask instead if you have any message for Chicklish readers? LOL! This is the last chat I'll be able to get to and I'll be posting tomorrow (hopefully) on Chicklish giving my summary of the whole readergirlz experience. (Chicklish is a teen fiction site for UK readers, but lots of teen fiction writers and aspiring writers read it too!)

Thank you very much!

Dia Calhoun wrote:

Tell your Chicklish readers that it is they, readers and writers, who will change the world through words. Words can change hearts, and that is what we so need in our troubled era. Changed and opened hearts.

Thanks, Luisa.

readergirlz wrote:

Night Night

~Justina

Dia Calhoun wrote:

Night to all my divas!

readergirlz