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This package showed up today...

...and I'm Just. So. Happy.


  1. Anonymous1:37 AM

    I'm so, so sorry but I just have to say--

    WHAATTTTT?!??! How--what-- how is it even possible that you got the newest Marillier before it's supposed release date! Her website says first week of November! I'm stunned! Green-eyed with envy! Jealousy coursing through my veins!

    You should be happy!

  2. Lol. I was stalking the online bookstores and saw it pop up early on Barnes & Noble's. So far I'm about 50 pages in and it is so good...

  3. oh nice! I love getting those kind of parcels.

  4. What a nice little parcel! Cybele's Secret made it on to the Cybils list at the lastest minute, so I am looking forward to reading that...

  5. A Halloween treat. Parcels like this one make the world go round.

    Charlotte, I'm glad Cybele's Secret made it in. Happy reading!

  6. Anonymous4:22 PM

    OMG. The new Sharon Shinn. I am so jealous. And I still need to get around to reading Marillier.

  7. Grin. I started with the Marillier and am really looking forward to the Shinn.


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