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Friday, February 11, 2011

I don't think you're ready for this jelly...

So, um, I should probably not publicize this little quirk of mine, but when something makes me really happy (like when I'm cooking willy-nilly and it turns out delicious), I do an excited shimmy.  For reals.  Just this weird little jigglyspazzydance that lets a little of the awesome out.
I've been doing it a lot lately.
Why?
Well...

As I'm sure you know, Basically Amazing Ashley and I are preparing for Fairy Tale Fortnight, and things are just -- the stars are aligning, manna is raining, and all the kids are coming out to play.
No joke.  I can't even tell you all of the awesome that is about to be unleashed on the world (wouldn't want to spoil it), but the word EPIC keeps springing to mind.

And to keep it awesome, and hopefully make it awesom-er, Ashley and I are coming to you for some input.  We are going to be having a number of interviews during the event, and we want to know what you guys want to know.  We'll be interviewing the following people, and we'd love to ask YOUR questions.
What have you been dying to know?   Tell us in the comments for a chance to have your question asked.  Questions can be specific to a certain author or book, or they can be general for all of the authors involved.
The list so far:

ELIZABETH C BUNCE, author of A Curse Dark as Gold; Starcrossed

JACLYN DOLAMORE, author of Magic Under Glass; Between the Sea and Sky, et al.

JESSICA DAY GEORGE, author of Sun and Moon, Ice and Snow; Princess of the Midnight Ball, et al.

METTE IVIE HARRISON, author of The Princess and the Hound; The Princess and the Bear, et al.

DONNA JO NAPOLI, author of Bound; Hush: an Irish Princess' Tale, et al.


JANETTE RALLISON, author of My Fair Godmother;  My Unfair Godmother, et al.


DIANE ZAHLER, author of The Thirteenth Princess, A True Princess, et al.


Please feel free to leave questions for any of the authors in the comments.  Multiple questions are welcome.
Also, if there's a book or author you'd particularly like to see be a part of the event, let me know in the comments!
And keep an eye out for Questions, Round 2...Ashley and I have a feeling we're going to need your input on some more great authors!

3 comments:

  1. Fairy tales are my favorite reads! Can't wait for this event!

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  2. Yes! Misty, let us shimmy and sqee away as we collect all the awesome! :)

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