June 10, 2013

Monday Pep Rally: Book Firsts

If you'll recall, we've changed up our format a little bit for these posts. Because we've all gotten so used to getting our thoughts down in 140 characters, we're taking the discussion to twitter! Every Monday, we'll be talking about our Pep Rally question on twitter and we'd love you to join in. Just keep an eye out for the #MisfitPepRally hashtag!

So. My debut novel drops tomorrow. *cue screaming, passing out, and possibly throwing up.*

I wasn't sure how I'd feel the day before release day, and you know what? I'm still not sure. I'm realizing it's one of those things that is completely unclear, and maybe even non-monumental in the moment of living it, but that I'll (hopefully) remember with some clarity at some point in the future. 

I think it's the same with a lot of book firsts - the first time you loved a book, the first time you re-read a book so much you had to buy another copy, the first time you had a crush on a character, the first time you actually wrote a book you were proud of. 

So, for today's #MisfitPepRally, tell me - what's your most memorable "Book First?" 


tawney13 said...

My first book had to be a children's book I made in high school called the knight and the dragon. I even illustrated it. It was for writing class and we bound it together so we could read it to the elementary children next door. They loved it especially when I made them act it out. I still have it as a reminder of my first book.
Congrats on the release. You truly are a wonderful writer and I LOVE ONE. I have one condition. Write more!! Heehee.

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