Books, Books and More Books

Books, Books and More Books

My Bulgarian copies of I Know It's Over showed up before my recent trip to Montreal but I'm only getting around to posting the pictures now. I was impressed with the many stamps on the envelope and wished I could keep it (because who knows when I'll next receive a package from Bulgaria...) but alas in my apartment storage space is thin on the ground.

Have a look at the book copies themselves. Don't they look cool!

Bulgarian edition of I Know It's Over

Something else I'm expecting to receive in the mail shortly and am very much looking forward to reading is my ordered copy of Harmonic Feedback by Tara Kelly (whom I happen to share a release date with—both Harmonic Feedback and The Lighter Side of Life and Death hit shelves on May 25th!). In the meantime I've finished reading Sarra Manning's latest YA offering, Nobody's Girl, which is delightful and will make you want to run away to Paris this summer and am nearing the end of Jodi Picoult's 2007 release, Nineteen Minutes. Aside from these I'm very keen to dig into my copies of Douglas Coupland's Generation A and Joni Sensel's The Timekeeper's Moon (sequel to the wonderful fantasy novel The Farwalker's Quest). No matter how much reading I do I find I'm always miles behind!

Nobody's Girl, Harmonic Feedback, Nineteen Minutes, Generation A, The Timekeeper's Moon

Mermaid Queen by Shana CoreyIf you're a fan of books for younger readers, my amazing editor, Shana Corey, is an author in her own right and you should think about checking out some of her stuff if you haven't already. Her non-fiction picture book Mermaid Queen: The Spectacular True Story Of Annette Kellerman, Who Swam Her Way To Fame, Fortune & Swimsuit History was a 2009 Cybils finalist. You can read more about Shana's writing and her work as an editor at this Cynsations interview.

Last but certainly not least, I want to send out wishes for a very Happy Mother's Day to my mom (Bonne fête des mamans!) and all the other mother's out there!
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