An exciting surprise

I have some exciting news which I can only kind of-sort of share on my blog.

I mostly use my Facebook to follow different public personalities if you will, such as favourite authors, so I can keep track of their book updates release dates. But one of my favourite authors posted on Facebook on Sunday night that she was looking for anyone who had read the previous three books in her series and was a quick reader.

Suspecting she was looking for a proofreader, beta reader or something of that ilk, I immediately responded to her post and she private messaged me about it.

So I am ecstatic to be able to say I’ve already got the book, one I have been waiting for since 2014! And it’s not even available for preorder yet on Amazon :-)

Obviously I can’t give away any details of the book, and I don’t even want to say the name of the book or author because I’m not sure she would want me to put that on my blog, but I read the book and I’m very excited for it to get released to all the rest of you.

This is the second time I’ve gotten something early. The first time was years ago when I was in high school and it was a bound copy of an ARC grom a brand-new author. This is the first time I’ve received an e-version or been asked to do something like proofread to help an author, and certainly the first time I’ve received one from an established author whom I’m a huge fan of.

So my evenings were very busy after work this week :-) I will definitely be posting a review once this book is released to the wider world.


Published by Hannah

Former library clerk, current full-time teacher and employee. I love books and make no promises as to a posting schedule.

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