Is it possible to gore on words?
The girl at the bookstore proves this theory. She's a walking string bean, with her green dress, her black rimmed glasses, the ribbons in her hair. For breakfast she eats Shakespeare, for lunch she has Mark Twain, for dinner Jane Austen is a favorite, and dessert is always Tennyson. Is it possible to gore words? Yes, I believe so, and did I also mention that words will always be a 100% fat free?
- "Book Gorge" by Morgan copyright ©2009
Book Gorge is a list of "to-be released" books I'm looking forward to reading. This is a great opportunity to grab a pen and jot down these books! Till next week, wish and big and happy reading...
Unclaimed Heart by Kim Wilkins (Razorbill) July 9
Hannah: Daughters of the Sea by Kathryn Lasky (Scholastics) Sept. 1
(Not sure why this cover says "Girl in the Shadows" because "Hannah" is suppose to go there)
Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater (Scholastics) Aug. 1
Purple Heart by Patricia McCormick (Harper Teen) Sept. 1
Once Was Lost by Sara Zarr (Little Brown) Oct. 1
Beautiful by Cindy Martinusen-Coloma (Thomas Nelson) Nov. 1
Last week I posted some other books, but I did something different. I set up a website page especially for these books, but because of the web graphics, it took too long to load and some glitches occurred. From now on, instead of a Wishing on Wednesday post, I will have "Book Gorge".