Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Happy Release Day!

The paperback edition of Losing It by Cora Carmack is out today!


True the ebook has been out for several months now, but I'm so excited that Losing It is in stores. This means my mom and sister and my friends who don't have e-readers will now be able to enjoy it.

I've said it before, but Losing It made me a fan of New Adult. It's fun and well written and swoony and laugh out loud hilarious at times. And I can't wait for Cora's next book Faking It to be out. (The first draft kept me up until almost 4 am on a Friday night a few weeks ago).

3 comments:

Momo (Books Over Boys) said...

Yay, this is so awesome! I cannot wait to see this baby on shelves!(:

Mojito Maven said...

I just picked this up yesterday at my local bookstore. Really excited to start it this weekend!

Stephanie Witter said...

I read it in ebook not long ago and I enjoyed it so much - I giggled like a maniac several times - that I'll buy it in paperback soon. I can't wait for Faking It! Love her writing style. It's really fresh.

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