Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Family obligations?

My sister is reading my book. This may not sound so very amazing to you, but it's pretty phenomenal. She doesn't read much of anything, but she's reading my book! Now, my dad, he doesn't read fiction at all either and he read my book, but he was kind of obliged to seeing as how it's dedicated to him. But my sister?!

She texted me some questions about it, like "What happened to the boy who never got his lunch?" If you'd read the first three chapters of Song that got axed (written before I learned that a story should start where the story starts), you'd know what that meant. Which reminds me, she must've read a very early draft of at least the first chapter about 10 years ago.

Anyway, my sister is reading my book! She wants to know what happens in the sequel and will there be more books and will Finn and Edie get it on?


Crystal @ RBtWBC said...

LoL, I want to know if Finn and Edie will ever get it on too! We read Song of Scarabeous for our first book club meeting back in Sept. and everyone loved it but that was the main thing that came up. =)
Looking forward to Children of Scarabeous.
Oh, and congrats on your sister reading your book!

twelvedaysold said...

Good gravy, I'm glad I'm not the only one complaining about how they need to do it. Because, man, they need to do it.

Tanya Reimer said...

I hear ya! My sister doesn't read much either, so when she nags me for the next MS, I take it as a good sign! Sure it's nice to have people who love to read enjoy them, but it's a real break through when the others enjoy it.

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