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Advance Reviews of Last Impressions (Are Exactly What You Expect)

Well, my third book drops tomorrow, and the advance reviews are every bit as vehement as the reviews for my first two were! *whew* Such a relief. I was worried that my work had changed, or my taking risks wasn’t going to pay off, or something-something about <insert fancy literary term here> not being <other literary term> enough. But it’s all good. Check out these glowing endorsements!

“It’s…what? Awesome? It’s awesome. Now, can I take your order?” –Bernie, the waiter at Red Lobster.

“You’re famous, mom.”–some kid who says he’s my son. (He looks nothing like me, but I think he lives here.)

“I would have read it, but I don’t read.” –my dad, who reads. A lot. 

“It has SEX in it.”–my mom, pretending she doesn’t like reading the naughty bits.

“But I read the other two! When is it gonna stop?” –all my friends.

“It’s never gonna stop, is it?”– my shrink.

Well, there ya have it, folks! You should really click BUY tomorrow on THIS LINKIPOO and support Writerghoulie before she goes bonkers and starts talking about herself in the third person again. She does that. She’s a real pain in the bahookie.

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4 Responses to Advance Reviews of Last Impressions (Are Exactly What You Expect)

  1. Rebecca says:

    Good freaking *ermahgawd* Lawd!
    I waited. I even didn’t buy on release day to try to drag it out (and maybe my brain was slow and couldn’t remember what I was foretting and my family got annoyed that I kept asking “what am I forgetting to do today? It was important… What was it?!?” on Friday the 13th) but even with rereading and stalling and making the kindle voice read to me in the sloooooweeeessstttt voice possible, I’m still done. I want to cry. A lot. I’m so in love and I just want to go to freaking Canada now and find a Tim Horton’s and put on a marshmallow suit and trek around til I find you and then go all Misery on you until I get more Marnie… But by reading the comments in here I see I don’t have go postal and there will be more *phew* I won’t ask “when” cause that’d just be rude, right? RIGHT?!?
    P.S. That little confirmation to post this comment sucked. It didn’t like that I tried to say six X 8 = forty8.
    P.P.S. If you ever kill off Marnie I will track you down and make you unkill her.
    P.P.P.S. that wasn’t actually a *real* threat – and if anyone does hunt you down it wasn’t be me. This isn’t a confession of any sort.
    P.P.P.P.S. any prior threats get negated if she gets “killed” and Batten becomes her daysitter.

  2. Edeena says:

    I loved every. Single. Word. Just sad that it’s not immediately followed up by the next book – I just want to keep reading. I tried prolonging the book by reading all the others first, and that has just backfired because I just want MORE! Thank you for Marnie.

  3. Frank Balsinger says:

    I might not be the first to say it, but what took you so long? Do you have any idea how hard it is to wait for the next installment? Speaking of which, shouldn’t you be writing? Stop reading your reviews amidst alternating glee, stabbiness, and sobbing and get back to work. And you, you virtual-spine-touching, tire-kicking, indecisive reader, if you’re not makin’ with the clickety-click all over that Buy button, you’re doin’ it wrong.

  4. Mop says:

    Cake? Beyond awesome. Book? Even better. As soon as Life slows down a tad, I’ll tell you what I think about it. Stop biting your nails, it’s good.

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