Our Favorite Comments: March 2013

We love our readers, and we love what they have to say just as much. Here are some of our favorite comments from the month that was.

“Poor, sweet Neville. I wonder if he does know where the good weed is? He is pretty forgetful…”

by Becky C on Advising Notes: The YA Character Sessions


“I don’t want him to Kickstarter Hellboy III. Because I’d give him all my money. All of it.”

by Eric Smith on 5 Literary Sequels I Would Kickstart Right Now


(regarding Dan Brown Bingo): “The free space in the middle would be a silhouette of Robert Langdon running.”

by Steph Auteri on 7 Predictions About Dan Brown’s INFERNO


“On marital harmony: Husband: What do you want to watch tonight? Me: I’m in the middle of this book, so why don’t you play FIFA so I can read?”

by Rebecca Lang on What Happens When You Love Books More Than Anything Else in the Whole World


“I’m not a huge genre reader, but the “literary mysteries” I love make me think about humanity and society *in addition* to being well-written and unputdownable…”

by Rachel F. on Is THE DINNER Really the New GONE GIRL?


“I am so glad I am almost finished with my up and coming book, Stuffed. Wherein the protagonist is torn between his love for his age old partner, B-Doll, or the new hot to trot girl in the toy bin, Build-aBear-Betty. “Someone is getting stuffed!”Finally, I am ahead of the trend!!”

by Jeff S. Walsh on Four Almost Definitely Inaccurate Predictions About the Next Literary Craze


“Bartleby is the Grumpy Cat of literature.”

by Stephanie Koithan on our Facebook page.


“…someone needs to wear a flame dress to one of the runway shows and bring District 12 realness.”

by Andrea on Book Recommendations for the Queens of RuPaul’s Drag Race


“I’m just imagining Mr. Rochester and Jane Eyre: he keeps grousing about the lack of attic space in the options offered, but then she reminds him he doesn’t have the mad wife to keep locked up anymore.”

by Anne on Literary House Hunters

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