Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Here 'tis!





Isn't that the purdiest book you ever saw? With the magic of technology--PDFs, JPEGs and the like--I had a strong idea what Skipping Stones would look like, but I didn't know the title would be raised, embossed gold. Thanks, Cedar Fort, for the beautiful cover and layout. Oh, and a blogger recently wrote something about the novel I have to share.


Blogger and fellow author Shannon O'Donnell wrote this:
Skipping Stones is the most lyrically written MG story I've read since Kathi Appelt's THE UNDERNEATH--almost musical at times. The story is totally original, the characters and setting are strange and unique, and the ending was not what I expected. When reading this story, there were times I wasn't sure what I was feeling; it almost needs to settle a while, like Thanksgiving dinner. By the end, I was a fan. Andy Hueller won me over with his unique style and storytelling ability!

--http://shannonkodonnell.blogspot.com/


See you all at the book release party at Glacier's Cafe on Sunday (or earlier, in Stillwater, at the Valley Bookseller).


-AH

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