Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Introducing the Blood Wounds Jacket!

19 comments:

Nora Durbin said...

Looks sufficiently creepy...

Nina said...

Wow! Looking forward to it!

Brandi said...

eeeh super creepy and I LOVE it!

Paige Y. said...

It looks wonderful. I can't wait to buy it

Susan said...

Looks so terrific!! Can't wait to read it!!!!!!

Susan said...

Ooooh, it's so perfectly creepy. Cannot wait to read it!

Anonymous said...

What do you think about it?

Glen - back from a hiatus, but still anon

Lisa-Marie Jordan said...

Wow, that's a creepy-faced girl! I wonder what's going on in HER head?! Can't wait to find out!!

Elaine Marie Alphin said...

Very eerie - should attract teen readers even if they don't already know your name!

Can't wait to read it myself. : )

ParlantesNocturnos said...

Looks Great!
I really wanna read it

Susan Beth Pfeffer said...

Hello Nora Durbin, Nina, Brandi, Paige Y., Susan and Susan (I sense a trend), Anonymous Glen, Lisa-Marie Jordan, Elaine Marie Alphin (I sense another trend) and ParlantesNocturnos and thanks to you all for your comments about the jacket!

Linda Jacobs said...

Love the look in her eyes! Wonderful cover! Looking forward to it!

boros1124 said...

Hungarian language this book will be available? I checked the store's most popular Hungarian (www.konyv-konyvek.hu), but did not find this book. Very interested in the book, but I do not speak good English so that it can read it.

Susan Beth Pfeffer said...

Hello Linda Jacobs and boros1124-

As of the moment, none of the foreign rights for Blood Wounds have been sold (at least no one has told me if they have).

None of the Moon books are available in Hungarian, but if you can read French or German, they are available in those languages.

Susannah said...

Ooh - preordering now lol. :)

I'm thinking this one is gonna be a bit too much for my little girl, who's a survivor of abuse - but that won't stop 34yr old me having a read! ;)

Susan Beth Pfeffer said...

Hello Susannah-

I think it's always best when parents determine what will work for their younger children and what won't.

Occasionally I'll say, No, No, No, when asked about the suitability of one of my books for a child.

But mostly I say, Read, Read, Read!

Susannah said...

Yep I agree. Different children are different and a book that might be suitable for one might not be for another.

Amusingly my little girl is a bit obsessed with the idea that the world is going to come to an end so she loved me reading your series to her. I actually think that it was the longest we've ever stuck with a series as she has dyslexia and even with me reading she often gets bored because it's so much effort thinking it out in her brain. But not with LAWKI! She never wanted to go to sleep lol.

Susan Beth Pfeffer said...

Hello to Susannah-

It might not be all the great to have a book that keeps a child from falling asleep.

I am positive my mother's happiest time of the day was after I was sleeping!

Anonymous said...

Great cover.
Can't wait to read it.
Best of luck.
Maria T.
Everett, MA