Friday, April 6, 2012

A to Z: Forever by Maggie Stiefvater

Forever (Wolves of Mercy Falls, #3)If you're new to the blog or happened to miss my review of this book, you can click HERE to read it now.


As evidenced by the above photo, I was lucky enough to get to meet Maggie back in August when she was on tour. Like Lauren Oliver, the meeting just made me love her books more. She was fun and friendly and had this HUGE personality that was just cool to get to watch. I could listen to her talk for days. She was hilarious. She had lots of stories. She was encouraging to writers. She was awesome.

If you've never checked out her books, you can learn more about Maggie Stiefvater in the following places:
Website: http://maggiestiefvater.com/
Twitter: @mstiefvater
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/MaggieStiefvaterAuthorPage

And NO, I haven't read Scorpio Races yet, but I hear it's AMAZING. My super-duper-amazing-writerly-friend Kristin is picking me up a signed copy this month, so it won't be long.

Anyone out there read it yet? The Shiver trilogy? Met Maggie? Thoughts?

Click HERE to enter my April Autographed Book Giveaway - simply fill out the form to be entered to win.

5 comments:

  1. I haven't read the Shiver trilogy. I usually hear good things about a book, find out it's a trilogy, and wait until all of them are written. My list is super long, though. Maybe I should put this one up a little higher?

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  2. Haven't read those books, but I'll have to check them out! So excited to find your blog:) I ski vs. snowboard (tried it though and couldn't get the hang of it, as my butt and knees can verify). And boy would I love to be writing in a mountain cottage too:)

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  3. Kristi, great to meet you through the A to Z. I haven't read those books either, but I am also "egg-cited for Easter as well. Thanks for stopping by my blog. I'm looking forward to reading more of your posts!
    A2ZMommy and What’s In Between

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  4. Hi, thanks for your comment on my blog. I'd like to follow you, but don't see the link.

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  5. I read Shiver. It was well-written and suspenseful. Nice that you got to meet the author!

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