Such a fun idea. John Green's upcoming October release, Paper Towns, will be coming out with two, count them, two different cover options. So which one's calling your name? Yellow....Blue....Yellow....Blue. Who can decide? I think I'm leaning yellow right now. If just because it will look awesome next to my copy of An Abundance of Katherines. For a bit of fun, check out Green's conversation with his 11th grade self regarding the two covers, Walt Whitman, and expanding waistlines.
It seems a long time ago now that I first read Shiver -- the first book in the Wolves of Mercy Falls trilogy. But looking back I started it on the plane ride to BEA and finished it there in the conference center, fingers gripping the cover tightly, while sitting on the floor in one of the many autograph lines. And now it's May again and BEA is right around the corner and I emerge from my recent and nasty reading slump stupor to find a copy of Linger sitting in my mailbox like a glove thrown down in the dirt. "I will be the one to pull you out," it whispers to me slyly. "Just open me up and take a sip. I promise--one sip is all it will take." And I look at it with fear and longing written all over my face. "You promise?" I ask intently. "Because it's been a long walk in the cold and I'm not sure I can take another disappointment." "Just open me up," it says, confidence written all over its cover. And so I do. And everythin