Ranting Like a Pro at FYA: Why TK&TB Doesn’t·Need a Glossary
Today is Day 1 of my blog tour for The Knife and the Butterfly. Yay! I’m over at Forever Young Adult with an excerpt, a quiz, and the snarky scoop on why The Knife and the Butterfly doesn’t need a glossary. Check out Erin of FYA’s gorgeous (and funny) review of The Knife and the Butterfly and comment for a chance to win your very own hardbound copy.
My favorite part from Erin’s introduction to the FYA post:
I reviewed The Knife and the Butterfly on Friday (and if you haven’t read my review and commented, therefore entering yourself in a drawing to receive a free copy of the book, you are dumb. Go do that!), and I had to struggle not to turn the entire review into just a .gif of Lisa Frank unicorns bearing champ cans with Handel’s Messiah playing in the background and Paula Deen popping up to say, “JUST READ IT, Y’ALL!” because THAT IS HOW MUCH I LOVED THIS BOOK.
You know, I’m a sucker for affirmation. Here’s a bit from MY part of the post:
Whatever your level of Spanish, you really don’t need a glossary to read The Knife and the Butterfly. All you need is a big appetite for a story that will take you into dark places and show you a good dose of light, too.
Read the whole thing here.