Sunday, January 11, 2009

Yeah, Yeah, Yeah.

I need to redecorate every six months or so. Good thing I have so many books.

21 comments:

Nerd Goddess said...

Awww, but you no longer have Shannon Hale's Book of a Thousand Days up there, and she's my favorite author. :(

Is okay, though. I'll forgive you, just this once.

Sarah Miller said...

*snurp*

Ah well, I enjoyed my fleeting moment in the sun.

Editorial Anonymous said...

You mean your six months?
Don't worry, it's still in my bookshelves. ;)
When's your next book out?

Anonymous said...

So you're a serious Debbie Wiles fan... Each Little Bird and Aurora County, but where's Ruby Lavender?

Sarah Miller said...

Heh, yeah. My fleeting six months.

The tentatively titled "O.T.M.A: DAUGHTERS OF THE TSAR" is currently slated for a space on Atheneum's 2011 list.

A plea of vanity:
Apparently in six months I neglected to save a copy of the nifty banner that so prominently featured MISS SPITFIRE's spine. If anyone else has it, would you take pity on my ego and send me a copy at: sarah (at) sarahmillerbooks (dot) com. Pretty please?

literaticat said...

very orange!

Sarah Miller said...

My vanity/posterity complex has been assuaged -- many thanks to Sheila Ruth.

Sheila said...

The one with the gold spine beneath the emerald oval - it looks familiar, but I can't remember what it is. Help.

Anonymous said...

OOh. Tangerine. I loved that book!

WandaV in AL

bebe said...

Complete Idiot's Guide to Publishing Children's Books? LOL

Jeni said...

Now I want to read "Tangerine"...

jeanne said...

Yeah, Bebe, I caught that too. A little hint perhaps, EA? That's kind of evil of you.

Editorial Anonymous said...

It's a good book. Isn't it in your bookshelves?

Sheila said...

It is, in fact, on my bookshelf. If only I would have only gotten up and checked before posting, but I'm too lazy. Ms. Ibbotson is one of my favorites and I'm reading her latest book now.

It is Star of Kazan, isn't it?

jeanne said...

I do, in fact, have a copy of Mr. Underdown's terrific Idiot's Guide.

Chris Eldin said...

Hmmmm....
Those books are nice and all. But I'm sure a photo of your slush pile would be just as pretty.
:-)

working illustrator said...

Oh, True Meaning of Smekday... how happy I am to see you on what I don't doubt is a very selective shelf...

Shari Dash Greenspan said...

EA, you're new banner reminds me of the photos from San Francisco's Adobe Bookshop. In 2004, an artist created a temporary exhibit, re-arranging the the entire store by color. Here's a link to the article and some photos: http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4182224
Enjoy!

Maria Bergstrom said...

Thanks for the link, Shari, that was amazing. I can't imagine the work to make, and then "unmake," that project, but I bet it brought out some interesting juxtapositions.

(sorry if this is entered twice, I can't tell whether my first entry actually posted)

Vodka Mom said...

sigh. Some day mine will be in there. If you like children's books. um, ones that rhyme. in your spare time. that cost a dime. with a bit of thyme.

(I'm sorry, i couldn't help myself.......)

Jo said...

My book's spine is red. It could look really pretty in there.
Sorry! Couldn't help myself. Yay for Eva Ibbotson.