Who are you again?? :p
You two jokers! *chortle*(I'm putting it on my calendar, KZ)
Hey Val! Oh, bless you, my dear.Those of us who aren't self-published can't choose our release dates any more than we can choose our relatives. I hope at least a few people see my hand waving above the tsunami. *gurgle-sputter*
I'll have you know that April 14th has been circled on my calendar ever since I saw it pop up on the Coming Soon page at DSP. (And nevermind the geeky fangurl who uses the fabulous colour printers at her job to print the covers of upcoming releases and stick them on her refrigerator. (Your cover model has a BEAUTIFUL C7.) I am a self-admitted biblioholic.) I have midterms coming up over the next two weeks, but BOTH The Zero KNot and Divide and Conquer will be my reward once I am done. And YAAAAAY, another KZ book released in print. (I'm a double buyer for my fav authors - ebooks and print.) So CONGRATS you. Some of us have been EAGERLY and EXCITEDLY waiting for this since you first mentioned it on your blog. You arenot overshadowed, you are EXCITEDLY ANTICIPATED.Smile,Blue
Thank you so much, Blue. Now just change April 14 to October 14. ;-)
Oh, forgot to say...good luck on your midterms!
D'OH!! **facepalm** I would mess the date up, wouldn't I? In my defense, the week of April 14, 2012 is when I will hopefully graduate and my life can go somewhat back to normal. (Apparently working full time while simultaneously being in school - plays havoc on the typing skills. **wink**)Either way, I can't wait to read the Zero Knot in October! And for the hell of it, I think I'm gonna reread it in April. Just because! =)Congrats again,Blue
Believe me, Blue, I understand. Just had to rib you about it. :)
Just finished reading The Zero Knot and loved it. I was also anticipating this release, as you are one of my auto-buy authors. I just wanted to say I loved it. I really enjoyed Mig and Jess...I wanted to just hug them. I also loved all the secondary characters, especially Red. I have choice words for Bran...lol. Not nice ones either. I'm eagerly anticipating anything else you might be publishing. It's great to know there are gems hidden in the piles of dross.
Thank you so, so much, Erika. I'm glad you weren't disappointed. Haven't received much feedback on this book so far (not surprising; there are so many m/m romance stories to choose from!) But the The Zero Knot means a great deal to me -- I guess because of the characters' youth and confusion and vulnerability.Nice hearing from you. Please stop back again!
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