Knitting, motherhood, whatever...
*Finishes reading...is speechless* It doesn't freaking suck. No seriously if you say that again I will hunt you down and commit unspeakable tortures until you admit you don't suck. I've half a mind to hunt you down anyway and tie you to your computer until you finish the sequel anyway. :) I will write a more cohesive review later but I just wanted to thank you for writing such a wonderful book.PS When I saw my name in the acknowledgments I'm pretty sure I let out a fan girl squeal. You rock, that is all.
I've ordered it and now I get to sit here and wait and compulsively check amazon's shipping status. I also went a little wonky when I saw myself in the acknowledgments. The people at my job probably wondered why their normally sane program assistant was bouncing in her chair.
You must be so excited!!! And about that lockdown thing, I think we are getting way over the top on this. Over an hour? I'm glad you survived with your sanity intact.
It so doesn't suck (and I'm waiting for BM2 - and have done a bit on Vulnerable and I really like that too!)
Mine is on order too and I'm now really glad I paid for the Amazon Prime when I still had a job :-) I called my kids to tell them I was in the acknowledgments and they were very excited! Made my otherwise sucky week too - thanks Amy.
Yayyyyy!!! May you sell a thousand copies!
Right, I actually had to sign up to Barnes & Noble to order my copy as I couldn't get my grubby little mitts on it elsewhere online.So yesterday it finally arrived here in the UK and I read it last night and this morning.As I expected, I now have a serious gripe against Ms Lane's rejection letters as they mean she remains shackled to the day-job and can't possibly fulfill her hungry fan hordes requirements for output.I.e. I liked it. Will reread it again over Easter I think, once I have quiet time. Oh, and I've told Amazon I liked it, obviously.
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