Today is Friday the 13th, and while that might make some people feel squirmy, there's a group of gals I know who just love it. And I'm one of 'em.
Because today is our name day, the Friday the Thirteeners have a lot of fun going on over at the blog. We played with our names and the titles of our books using an anagram program. Some of us even made our own bookcovers for our fake selves and our fake books. It was silly, mindless, and an amazing amount of fun.
So hop on over there and see if you can guess who our fake selves are, and what fake book we wrote. If you do well, we'll give a bunch of real books that we WISH we'd written (as opposed to our fake anagram books which are... well, some of them are less than stellar titles).
What am I giving away that I wish I'd written? THE HUNGER GAMES by Suzanne Collins. And no, I don't just wish it because money is useful and fame is nice. As a librarian I knew about this book before the rest of the world had the name "Katniss" on their tongues, and I was envious as HELL that such an awesome premise wasn't born in my own brainpan.
Sigh. Stupid brainpan.