Microblog: paperback news, Aussie love & librarian contest

Happy bookday!

Run, don’t walk, to your nearest bookseller and pick up your copy of WINTERGIRLS in paperback!! If it is icy in your neighborhood, or you don’t feel like going outside, order your copy from an independent bookseller via Indiebound.

Do you want to order a copy that will arrived already personalized and signed by me? Call my local independent bookseller, Bill at the river’s end bookstore, and he will make it happen. (You can do this for any of my books at any time, btw.)

The Australian version of WINTERGIRLS goes on sale March 1st, which is very exciting!!!

Congratulations to everyone, but especially my friends Deb Heiligman and Elizabeth Partridge for being named finalists for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize!! Don’t forget your sunscreen!

Are you a school librarian? Make a video and change the world! The AASL is sponsoring a video contest  "in conjunction with School Library Month (SLM) for members and their students to share how their school library program helps their community thrive." Details here!

My self-imposed limited-blogging month is almost at an end. Am looking forward to hearing what, if anything, you got out of this month. While we’re waiting for March 1st, check out a new interview with me over at Birth of a Novel.

5 Replies to “Microblog: paperback news, Aussie love & librarian contest”

  1. I love your microblogging! They’re perfect for our Internet attention span — short and punchy! I’ve been doing a series of microblogs since yours inspired me. And I’m reading Wintergirls and enjoying the beautiful writing so much.

  2. Winterigirls (and all your other books) are amazing! I can’t tell you how much I appreciate your efforts to bring awareness to issues that affect so many people that others know nothing about.

    And I will definitely be ordering some signed copies!

  3. Wintergirls in paperback

    I was in Anderson’s Bookshop in Naperville, IL, the other day and saw a stack of paperback Wintergirls…it was great to see them waiting to be picked up and taken home.

    Kel

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