Do you have a Book Fairy? If you don’t, then you should find one… stat!
I don’t know if I’m allowed to reveal my Book Fairy’s true identity, so for now she shall remain anonymous – silent and deadly like a ninja. 😉 I’m so grateful for having a chance to read these novels early – I know how lucky I am. More and more YA books seem to be releasing in hardcover, too, and I wonder how people afford it. Right now I’m out of work (re. Day Job to support my writing), so my book-buying has been cut waaay back. Thanks to my Book Fairy I not only get to read four books I’ve been DYING to read – I’m able to do so early. Thank you, thank you! You know who you are. *hugs*
I am on a tight deadline to return these ARCs so they can be reviewed, therefore all other reading has to wait while I devour the following (click each image to find out more):
I will definitely let you all know what I think of them!
Oh, and speaking of Melissa Marr’s books, if you’re a fan of her work – and/or of INK EXCHANGE in particular (like me!) – check out her post today with links to the first part of a free tie-in eStory: ‘Stopping Time’.
If a Book Fairy could bring you something early… which book would you want them to deliver to your door?