This one was posted to Facebook by a friend of mine, and once again, I am just tickled.
So of course I had to share it with you.
Ya'll, no joke, I have a serious fangirly crush on Brenna Yovanoff's writing. Like, I'm thinking about asking her writing to move in with me. We can start as friends, as roomies, and then maybe one day, something about the font will change, or just the right word will be used, and one thing will lead to another and before you know it, we'll have little half-text, half-human babies.
Her books just - they're what I want. And that's a strong statement to make for someone who only has 2 books to date (and some short stories and a bunch of well-written, awesome blog posts). But for real. Her books just satisfy* me, always.
*Does italicizing 'satisfy' make it seem dirty, given the context of everything else I said? Hmm. OH WELL. ;)
Um. But my point is, I'm suuuuuper looking forward to Paper Valentine, her next book which doesn't come out until next year. Because they're trying to kill me. But the cover has been released, so that makes it all a little more real (yay!), and also means I can finally share my rabid need for it with you (so you can be rabid too. Rabies!)
I think it's kind of neat that this cover is sort of a combo of her first 2 book's covers - even though they're not a series. It has the moody stormy-and-gloom of The Replacement, and the intricate red/silver of The Space Between.
Check it out:
So, you read my review of Kody Keplinger's The Duff yesterday, and now you're thinking to yourself, Gee, I wanna read that...
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A lot of times I like to just show you a trailer (book, tv show or movie), tell you how much I want to read/see said thing, and then ask if you are excited for it. But this time... this time I have things to say. So go ahead, watch this trailer, tell me what you think and if you want to see it, etc. But after the trailer, if you're interested, I have some thoughts to share...
I sometimes make this little noise. It's somewhere between a squeak and guinea pig chittering. It means 'Misty is so excited, the powers of actual speech failed her'. I made that noise when I opened up my to-read shelf on Goodreads and saw that Victoria Schwab's next release now has a cover! I fell in love with Schwab's writing when I read the awesomeness that is The Near Witch, and have been eagerly awaiting her next book ever since. So of course I couldn't wait to share it with you.=)