I admit I’ve been horrible about keeping up with my social media accounts. There are just so many. I have to remind myself to tweet hello, pin something and then try and come up with an engaging post to Facebook. Of course, we can’t forget Google+ either, or can we? Is that even still a thing?
I know that for most of 2015 I’ve been downright horrible with keeping up with my social media duties, but I promise I will do better next year, at least as far as Facebook goes, which apparently is still the most popular social media platform.
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I think a mega or epic book like Under The Dome by Stephen King probably couldn’t have been broken down into smaller pieces and made into a series of books about Chester’s Mill but as I’ve read series of books throughout the years I’ve often wondered why in the world they weren’t just released as one big book. This is especially the case with a series like The Selection. Don’t get me wrong, I have greatly enjoyed reading the entire series including the recently released companion novella about Prince Maxon’s life prior to the Selection but I still can’t help but think that it would have been just as easy to release it as one single book instead of a series of books.
But maybe that’s just me. Maybe series like the Lucky Harbor series or the Danver’s books are better as individual, quicker reads instead of with one big book. What do you think? Let’s take a vote and see what readers really think.
Update: This poll is now closed. It turns out the vast majority of readers who participated in this poll would rather have 2 books at 300 pages each than 1 big book at 600 pages.
Airabella Grace is a romantic mystery. It’s a story about a young girl from Oklahoma that, by a strange coincidence meets the man of her dreams while on vacation in Nevada with her family one summer. Only it turns out there were other forces at play in a destined love affair that would work to keep them apart, not the least of which was the fact that he lived thousands of miles away in England and that he was a few years older than her. Airadine didn’t care though, she was determined to make it work and somehow she would, but not before discovering that her true love had seen her before, long before he ever met her. It turns out that she looked exactly like a long since passed member of his family. It was his aunt who had died hundreds of years ago and her over-sized painted portraits now hung in his home as a reminder of his heritage. The resemblance between Airadine and Airabella Grace fascinated him. But could that fascination be what draws him to her, or what will end up keeping them apart?
You can visit the Airabella Grace website to learn more about yet to be released YA novel at www.AirabellaGrace.com.