Monday, 28 September 2009

It's Here!


So The Everafter is finally hitting bookstore shelves.  And how marvelously fun it is to see it there.  This image comes from the Okemos Schuler's--a store that I've been shopping in for over a decade. Seeing my book there is thrilling. And, to be honest, a bit "surreal"--a word often used to describe the book itself. I'm waiting for that transition from "surreal" to "real" to take place. Meanwhile, thanks to all of you out there who already believe it's a real book that can actually be purchased and who are doing just that! And, thanks as well, to all of you who believed it was possible for this to become a real book and encouraged me through the process of getting it finished.

3 comments:

  1. And may it be in print for Everafter!!

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  2. it loosk awesome! congrads! :)

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  3. I am so glad The Everafter is finally out. I've been waiting for the opportunity to start pushing this book on every teen I meet!

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