Thursday, December 23, 2010

ENTANGLED in the wild

It has come to my attention that ENTANGLED has been released into the wild. This is extremely dangerous for all of us. The location of the first few sightings is a certain retailer named WHSmith. You have been warned.

Here's my advice: The safest thing for you to do is head down to your local branch, pick a copy off the shelf (carefully), and take it to the counter. Give the nice chap or lady some money and take the book home (STILL carefully). Maybe try reading it. Or giving it to an unsuspecting friend. But whatever you do, don't just ignore it. That could be lethal.

It is a well-known fact that the only way to protect ourselves from this menace is to get it out of the shops NOW! Please help. If we all work together, I think we can beat this thing. Good luck, brave soldiers.

If anyone would like to send me a pic of ENTANGLED in the wild, I'd be ever so grateful. (Warning: flash photography can cause these pesky books to attack.)

Thank you for listening.

Oh, and do have a happy Christmas, if you celebrate it. You are all wonderful.


  1. What?? In the wild?? Already?? How awesome! If I could, I would get on a plane and fly to the UK, snatch it off the shelf, fly home, wrap it, and put it under the Christmas tree for myself. :)
    I've already read it, btw---and it's incredible! :) Your publisher was so incredibly kind to send an ARC all the way to the US for me.
    But CONGRATS for having a book out there in the wild!!

  2. Little Miss Becky- THANK YOU! So glad you enjoyed the book!

  3. O.o Excuse me while i go find an all night bookstore!!!!

    Happy Holidays!!

  4. *sigh* living in India makes it impossible to get my hands on a copy of this! It will be a while before i manage to! But i am really looking forward to reading it!!

  5. Oh no! Cat- thanks for warning us! *is putting her shoes on*

  6. Ah! I want it now! I need a boat and five euros... STAT!

  7. Thanks, chaps! Please do remember to be careful if you come into contact with Entangled. It bites. (I mean, it doesn't bite in that way. It's quite good atcherly. But it has TEETH... sharp teeth.)