Display Your Love for All Things Kelley Armstrong

You already knew Kelley Armstrong writes terrific books, but did you know you can now display your love for all things Kelley Armstrong with t-shirts, sweat-shirts, mugs, and steins from her cafepress.com store?  Everything is currently being sold at cost, but may be marked up after Halloween to cover administrative costs, so go buy stuff today.

And remember to come back and visit A Bunch of Wordz on October 28, 29, and 30, 2007, when Kelley Armstrong will be guest blogging.

Book of a Thousand Days

The letter for today, kiddies, is “B.”

I’m working my way through the alphabet, featuring one recently published novel for each letter.  Book of a Thousand Days by Shannon Hale was released on September 18th, and it’s already at #871 on Amazon sales rank.  That’s incredible.  Many bestselling authors never break or even get near the top 1,000 mark on Amazon.

The book is based on a forgotten Brothers Grimm fairytale.  Becky of Becky’s Book Reviews had this to say about it:

“Book Of A Thousand Days is an exciting read about a maid, a lady, two suitors, mistaken identities, disguises, love, and war. Dashti, our narrator, is a maid to the Lady Saren. The two, when the book opens, are being locked away in a dark tower because of the lady’s refusal to marry the man her father has chosen…

I can’t really relate much more without giving away too much…but I must say that this book was INCREDIBLE. I loved the story, loved the characters, loved the plot twists, loved the ending.”

Read Becky’s entire review at her site.  The book is marketed as a novel for young adults but sounds like a good read for people of any age.