life, the universe, and everything
Reminders at the top: The giveaway to win paperbacks of Switched, Torn, and My Blood Approves ends in a few days, so enter while you can: enter here.
On the subject of Barnes & Noble, I have a favor to ask you. I have been slow at B&N, and I suspect it’s partially because of lack of reviews. So I’m asking if any of you want to, and have a spare a minute or two, would you please leave reviews for any of my books at Barnes & Noble? If you left a review at Amazon or Goodreads, just copy and pasting would be great.
I feel sorta slimy for asking (I don’t know why exactly) but I’m only asking for honest reviews. And only if it’s not too much trouble.
I guess probably the reason I feel so bad because you readers have already been so good to me that I feel bad for asking for anything more. But I had to ask. And you can say no.
Alright – enough of that. I’m no longer on my deathbed, and I’ve been working on stuff again. This is probably more exciting for me than you, but it is exciting.
What else is exciting is that I just bought a book about unicorns for my Kindle. I’m very excited to read it. First I have to finish up Stephen King’s newest book, then I’m reading HP Mallory’s To Kill a Warlock, then it’s all unicorns, baby. I also need to finish reading Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. I don’t know what my problem with that is. I love that book.
In fact, if I’m being honest, Hitchiker’s Guide is probably the book I quote most often. During the junior and senior years of high school, my answer to most questions were “Life, the universe, and everything” and “42.” Really. 42 is always the right answer to any question.
It is only a few days until Torn‘s release, and tomorrow I’m going to post some inside scoops and little known facts about the Trylle Trilogy.