Yay Yay Yay!!! This is so exciting! Thanks so much!
OH man I wanted to win but congrats!
yay! You really are so awesome! (that would be true even if I hadn't won) I am so excited!!
Congratulations KT and Natalie!!! I hope you like 'Tuesdays at the Castle'! I can't wait until it comes out!!!
Thanks for having this contest. Congrats KT and Natalie enjoy the book!!!
Can I bribe you with the best chocolate cake ever?
congrats to the winners! although i wanted to win sooooooooooooo bad!
U R SOOOOOO MEGAFOXIEAWESOMEHOTWITHSQUIRELSONTOP EVEN THOUGH I DIDN'T GET A BOOK!!!!!!!
can i buy a book even though it hasn't come out yet???????? PLEEEEAAAAASE? i really really really really really want one and i will pay extra and tell all of my friends to read it as soon as it comes out! You see, I absolutely love ur books...one day i had a free gym period i spent the whole time practicing pronouncing Ishbjorn with my friend, AND i always buy ur books as b-day gifts for friends so pretty please even though u'll say no?
How old is Creel in the first book? I've read it about a hundred times and still do not know. The books are over the course of three years, so she can't be THAT old in the first book, like nineteen or something.
And by first book I do of course mean 'Dragon Slippers', the best dragon book EVER!!!! Just to clarify:)
I imagined her being 17 or 18 in the first book
Yeah, I figured Creel to be 15 to 17. Old enough to start yor own business, but also young. Maybe 15 is a bit young, but 16 seems right. Or 17.
Lucy the Carrot: Sorry but you will have to wait until October, unless I do more contests!Shelby and Lucy: Creel starts out at 16 in Dragon Slippers, and is 20 by the end of Dragon Spear.
Thanks Mrs. George!
I know I'm slow in commenting on this, but I just had to say--two worlds just collided again. I know Natalie Decker--she used to be in my ward, we were in book club together, her mom is one of my dear friends. So weird. Now I have to search the ol' memory bank to see if I happened to mention that I know Jessica Day George . . . (I can be SUCH a name dropper.)
I can't believe how much you read while writing book too. How do you do it?
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