Archive for August, 2013

Hey everyone!

We’re going to be doing something a little different this month. We will be extending the end time for Tiger Lily and Water for Elephants until the end of September.You may be wanting to ask me, “Why are you doing this to us, Hecate?”. Well the answer is very simple, my dear and beautiful nerds. We will be hosting a contest at the end of the month! So with more discussion means more chances to win! It will be an exclusive side story from the author and maybe a little something extra for the trouble from my library to yours!

We will also be hosting a Q&A with the author of Tiger Lily, K. Bird Lincoln. And if we’re lucky, she might give us a little info on her next writing project. In short, we’d like for everyone to have more time to discuss and get those questions ready.

And to be perfectly honest, I still haven’t purchased my copy >.>

Happy Readings!

❤ Hecate

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Hey nerds! Just letting you know that discussion pages for Tiger Lily are now up and running. Hope you guys are enjoying whatever book you’ve chosen to read this month. Be sure to stop by the discussion(s) and share your thoughts!

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Hey Nerds, just a heads-up that the discussion pages for Water For Elephants are up and running. There aren’t any questions there right now, but you can certainly head over there and start talking about the book!

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Hecate Needs Help!

I’m sorry I’ve been MIA, nerds. Life has been a little hectic for me for the past few months. But I do have a teeny tiny favor to ask! As most of you know, I work at a book store and we have a 100 club program. What it is is that each employee has to try to sell 100 of a certain book within a year. I have lots of things to choose from, but I can’t seem to decide! So what book do you think I could easily sell 100 of? If you have any ideas, send me an email at hecate.threenerds@gmail.com!

Happy Readings!

~Hecate

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As it turns out, Tiger Lily is actually only available as an ebook (thanks to the lovely Moonscouts for bringing that to our attention). We know that not everyone has the means to get a copy of an ebook, so what we’re doing is adding Water For Elephants by Sara Gruen (as it had the second-most amount of votes in the poll) as another option. If you can’t get a copy of Tiger Lily, you’re welcome to read Water For Elephants instead. Or do both! Or whatever! You choose! We’ll have discussion pages made for both books, so whichever one you choose to read will have a place for you to talk and share your thoughts.

Happy Readings!

~Isis

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