Digging For Bones

Waiting On Wednesday

In Waiting on Wednesday on December 8, 2010 at 10:14 am

“Waiting On Wednesday” is a weekly event, hosted by Breaking The Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we’re eagerly anticipating.

My WoW “can’t-wait-to-read” selection is:

Save as Draft by Cavanaugh Lee

 

Release date: February 1st 2011 by Simon & Schuster

Goodreads Description:

Celeste Parker is used to hearing scary stories about werewolves— …more 

THE DEAL: If she does it, she’ll bec …more A broken engagement, a broken heart, and endless drafts of unsent emails. A love triangle unfolding in the electronic age illustrates all that can go wrong (and right) by this new form of miscommunication. Told in “electro-epistolary” form, the novel unfolds entirely through emails and text messages. What do these tools of technology mean for love? What happens when age-old courtship rituals fall prey to the ever-changing sensibilities of how we share not only information, but our own hearts?

What is your WoW?
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  1. This one sounds very interesting and I am wondering if it will be told in email format, which could be fun. Great pick!

  2. A love triangle? Sounds great 🙂

  3. I hope when you get your book, it is everything you hope it to be. Check out what I am Waiting On Wednesday for.

  4. Interesting pick. I like the cover. My WoW is at Coffee Table Press

  5. The Storm Before Atlanta
    By Karen Schwabach
    Publication date: December 28, 2010

    At a time when most people have grown weary of the war between the states, two young children are desperate to find their way to the battlefields. Jeremy DeGroot wants nothing more than to join a troop as a drummer boy. For Dulcie, a runaway slave, freedom means she must head directly toward the fighting in the hopes that she'll become “contraband,” that is, property of the Union troops. Both Jeremy and Dulcie find a place with the 107th New York Volunteer Regiment and even start to forge a friendship. But all that is threatened when they keep crossing paths with the mysterious Charlie, a young Confederate soldier, who may look like the enemy but feels more like a friend.

  6. Oh this one is definitely very interesting. I've seen this one and it's also caught my eye – great choice Lu!

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