Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Release Day for Frog

So tomorrow, April 25th, Frog is out and I'm nervous as I am before any book's release but I think even a little more so here because I like Weber Yates so much. Reading, like beauty, is in the eye of the beholder, and so the hope is that the reader sees what the writer intended. You all will have to let me know what you see after you read it. If anybody wants me I will be hiding out in the tree house up in the crazy tree eating raw cookie dough by the barrel. I never said I wondered why I don't lose weight. :)

38 comments:

  1. That cookie dough better be made with pasteurized eggs, missy!

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  2. I literally can't wait I know it will be another wonderful read cause it's yours! Seriously gonna gnaw my fingers til I can sit down and read it and that won't be til Sunday cause....life you know? But I shall read it Sunday YAY!

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    1. Well let me know what you think when you read it Elaine, I can't wait to hear, good, bad or indifferent. :)

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  3. I am purchasing Frog as we speak for my Kindle! :-) Cannot wait to delve into this world you have created!

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    1. Thank you Camry, I'm crossing my fingers that you like it.

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  4. I've been waiting on this one! Glad it's finally here! *g*

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    1. Thank you Poppy, and I got my copy of Mind Magic! Woot!

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  5. Loved it!! I like Weber Yates a lot!!

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    1. Oh thank you! That makes me so happy! I appreciate you stopping by to tell me more than you can imagine. :)

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  6. i loved it... i fell in love with weber..and i sooo wanted to slap him on the back of the head..and then hug him right afterwards...

    another great one ...thanks so much

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    1. Yes! Beating and hugging, that's what I was going for! The character you want to knock some sense into because he's obviously missing the big picture. You have no idea how bouncy your comment has made me. Thank you.:D

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  7. Just finished it! I dont know wha to say except I am in love with weber. Why can't my husband be just a little bit like him. Thank you for make my cold and rainy day warm and happy.

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    1. Oooh, you loved him! I'm so happy! Thank you for letting me know. :)

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  8. Stayed up till midnight, bought it, read it, LOVED IT!!! slept till 3 this afternoon cause I stayed up all night reading. THANK YOU! Never wanted it to end.

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    1. Making my day here, thank you so much!:)

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  10. Loved it!! I bought it as soon as it was released by DSP, which was 8 pm for me since I live in Alaska. Then I stayed up until I finished it. I was yawning at work, but it was totally worth it! I loved Weber and Cyrus!

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    1. I live in Hawaii, I get stuff early too! Got TJ Klune's latest at 8pm last night myself. So glad you loved my guys, that makes me very happy. :)

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  11. I loved the kids. They just pulled at my heartstrings, especially Micah. I think the tree scene with Micah and Weber was one of my favorites. Though the one where a sweaty Web chases Cy around is hilarious. I did really want to just shake Weber a couple times. By the time Cyrus climbs Weber towards the end, I could practically hear this big resounding "Finally!" The whole book just left me with a nice warm glow, all languid and relaxed. Definitely a book I'll be rereading on a cold winter day in front of the fireplace.

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    1. Your response is exactly what I was hoping for. To be a comfort read, the one you go back to...can't ask for better than that. :)

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  12. Well I loved it and it was a wonderful birthday gift to ME! I purchased it on its release date, but has to read it when my husband took a nap as he took the date off to be with me for my birthday.

    Anyway I loved Weber and while he did not get for a long time and was 'stupid' from his point of view. I saw it more as him fully growing to his potential. The fact he stayed for awhile to help with the kids, allowed him to see how he fit in with his 'doctor'. Cyrus always saw the potential and was there when he finally got it.

    I would love to read more about them as I am currently on a Mary Calmes kick. I reread the 'Matter of Time' and currently reading 'Bulletproof'. BTW is there more to come on Rand & Stef? I know you are working on Sam & Jory.

    Thanks! You are the best.

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    1. Yeah! So happy you enjoyed reading my guys, makes me so happy. And yes, there will be more Rand and Stef in Glenn's book. I just have to get myself in gear here and finish Jory's latest adventure. :)

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  13. Loved "Frog" as I knew I would. Can hardly wait for "Acrobat." Thanks for another great read!

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    1. Oh thank you-thank you-thank you, Weber needs all the love he can get. And Acrobat is so different from this one, I hope you like that one too. :)

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  14. I loved Frog. I especially loved the moment when Weber finally realised that he was Cyrus' mountain. No matter what, Cyrus truly and absolutely loved him and wanted to spend the rest of his life with Weber.

    Can't wait for Acrobat!

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    1. So pleased that you loved Frog! I enjoyed writing Weber,he was a lot of fun. Acrobat is more complicated so you will have to let me know what you think of Dreo and Nate after you read them. :)

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  15. Loved this book! I have read and re-read it a few times already because there are lines in the book that I think about and smile! This was another great one! You're right I did fall for Weber but I also did for those great kids! Great Job!

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    1. Thank you so much, thrilled that you loved it. *dances*

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  16. I am such a fan and completely biased, so I don't know how reliable my review will be. I loved both characters. They had such strength and vulnerability. Weber's sense of what is right is so heart breaking because you can see how much he loves Cy, but he wants to do right by him so badly that he blinds himself to seeing that he is what Cy needs. He's so full of love, with Cy, Lyn, and the boys. You can do no wrong in my eyes and I was disappointed to have missed you at the Rainbow Book Fair in NY. Maybe you'll come back some time or I'll win lotto and head to Hawaii.

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    1. Your review is completely reliable to me because you saw exactly what I was trying to do. Oh my Sunday just got that much better, thank you. :)

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  17. *grabs the cookie dough* Okay, so you know I love you, but to be honest I was a little nervous when I started Frog. I actually put it off a day thinking 'is it going to be like the Servant' which although very well written, cause let's be honest, I don't think you could write a bad book, wasn't one of my favorites. I started the book about 6:00pm and was instantly sucked in. So sucked in that the kids got to order pizza for supper because I couldn't put it down. Now my kids love you as you are the woman that makes mom order pizza. And all I can say is...Girl you rocked it...again!!!!! love, love, loved it.

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    1. Oh yes! Trepidation and then validation, that's my favorite! And your kids love me to boot, oh I'm so golden at your house! And I agree about The Servant, first and only try at true fantasy. No worries, there will be no more. It's like a sequel to The Guardian...not on a bet. But I'm so happy you enjoyed Frog and so happy you shared that with me. :D

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  18. For the nth time, you have written such a fantastic story. This is, for me, the sweetest book you have ever written. I love how they hold each other and touch each other and just plain can't keep their hands off each other. I just love and hate Web, ya know? He's so sweet and idiot at the same time. And I love Cy for that jumping at Web scene. I mean, 42 and he still did that.. How hot is that? Haha. I just plain love the book and the author as well :)

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    1. I would tend to agree, it probably is the sweetest thing I have ever written and I'm so glad that you enjoyed it. And I thought, Cy should jump into his arms right? They say 40 is the new 20, I hope so since I'm no spring chicken myself! :D

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  19. I counted the days until Frog was released and was reading it within 30 seconds of downloading it. When I was done, I managed to wait a whole hour before I went back and read it again. I fell in love with Web and spent most of the time I was reading wishing I was Cy. My favorite characters of yours have been Rand and Stefan since I first read Timing (would love it if you had another story about them, maybe about Uncle Tyler's kids)but Web and Cy are giving them a run for their money.

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    1. Oooh, you love them like Rand and Stef, that is a compliment, thank you. And Rand and Stef show up in Glenn's book which I'm working on as well. :)

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  20. Just read LC's comment and I gotta tell you, I LOVED "The Servant." I think you are a fantastic writer in whatever medium. Three more days for "Acrobat." I can hardly wait.

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