Saturday, January 12, 2013

Cue Choirs of Angels

I don't know who is more excited to see the cover for Book 5, you or me.

Probably me. ;)

But either way, I'm excited to share the joy with you now by revealing the cover to UnPleasant Grove.



To those of you who were eager to read it with a paper bag cover, I applaud you, but you've got to admit that it's way cooler with the cover, right?

Can't wait to get it into your paws.

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  1. The cover is Genius!! Perfect, really - can't wait to get my own copy and a few for fellow fans (i.e. my sisters and sister-in-law) :D.

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    1. You are clearly a very, very nice sister :)

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  2. This cover is awesome! I'll admit that I actually let out a somewhat uncharacteristic squeal of excitement when I saw it! I'm just so glad that this is coming out before I head on my mission! (This will officially be the last fun book I read before I go) =)

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    1. *grin* I'm honored to have the privilege of being the last "fun" book you read. Hope you enjoy the ride!!!

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    2. Well "fun" is of course relative =)

      And the book was indeed awesome! (Meaning yes I loved it!)

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  3. I just discovered you, and read the first 4 available novels in a 3.5 day glorious glut! So crazy-good! I logged on to find out when your next is due, and learned with rapture there are actually TWO I haven't read! I will obtain them immediately! (How do we order the e-books? I want to carry mine around on my phone!)

    Now, I really have to ask, can YOU actually tell a designer dress or suit on sight by designer name? For the life of me all I can really see in any clothing is fit and fabric. And I make all my own because I'm shaped weird. But I'm FANATIC about fit and fabric! (and after viewing the Acadamy Awards dresses this year, I know I could beat any of the designers hollow -- especially in modesty!)

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  4. Hi FairyGrandmother,

    So great to be discovered :)I indulge in literary gluttony myself, so it's nice to know I'm not alone!

    As for how to obtain the ebooks, Kindle and Nook are the best sources, I would say. As for me recognizing designers, the succinct answer to your question is: no. The longer answer is that for a while Kay and I didn't get along for that simple fact. It is a strange experience to have a muse disgusted with your lack of knowledge in an area they are fanatical about. Rhea patiently shows me what she does with the assumption I've never seen it before,and then I have to go out and find what she's showing me.

    Kay just rattles through stuff and then is appalled when I don't know who Alberta Ferretti is or something. Sometimes she storms off and won't talk to me for weeks when I get too many things wrong, and she doesn't come back until I figure out where I messed up and fix it.

    I know, I know. It sounds insane to say all that. My characters shouldn't know more than I do, and yet... they absolutely do. One of the mysteries of life, I guess. :)

    But Kay is also a fanatic about fit and fabric, so you two would probably get along very well!

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  5. I know I'm a few years late to the party, but is it really over? I picked up Stalk Lake City at a book exchange because the title made me laugh and I became completely addicted. I even read Kay'sville to my husband on a road trip (he got a lot of chuckles from the descriptions of attractive man muscles, but he was definitely interested in seeing how things played out). In conclusion, I finally finished Unpleasant Grove and I'm freaking out for Rhea and the fact that things may never be resolved with the Fours!! So is it over forever?

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    1. One more, Lochs. One more... it'll be called Memory Lane and I'll let you know when I know when it will be out. :)

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