-Kirkus Review of Blue Lily, Lily Blue
Half-started or half-finished, depending on your point of view, but ultimately rejected frame/ concept for my Blue Lily, Lily Blue trailer.
Theoretically I will be able to share a bit of the book with you next week, so we shall see.
I’ve been all over the world. More than one country for every year that I’m alive. Europe and South America and - the highest mountains and the widest rivers and the prettiest villages. I’m not saying that to show off. I’m just saying it because I’m trying to understand how I could have been so many places and yet this is the only place that feels like home. This is the only place I belong. And because I’m trying to understand how, if I belong here, it hurts so much?
Adam Parrish + Emily Palermo, A Collective List of Things I’ve Denied Myself
What do you want? To feel awake with my eyes open
I was tagged by flyawaymrpug - thank you!
Rules: in a text post, list ten books that have stayed with you in some way. Don’t take but a few minutes, and don’t think too hard—they don’t have to be the “right” or “great” works, just ones that have touched you. Tag [ten] friends, including me so I can see…
Thanks again to flyawaymrpug! I tag
…and whoever else wants to do it. Sorry if the people I tagged have already done this!
In case you missed it, the original art for the Blue Lily, Lily Blue bookplate is a giveaway prize for the Raven Cycle rereadathon hosted by Books of Amber and Readers in Wonderland.