Monday, May 16, 2011

Graffiti Moon by Cath Crowley wins...




and I am crazy psyched to see it take out the 
NSW Premier's literary award tonight for best YA title...

A HUGE grinning congrats :D


For all you international readers ~ Graffiti Moon will be available internationally... soon :)
Aussie readers, OH MY GOSH, if you haven't read this yet (!) go out and find a copy
Spanish cover

10 comments:

  1. I super really need to read this, you have convinced me of its awesomeness!

    Also, I just remembered to tell you... I'm planning a trip to Coffs Harbour with a group of friends for *maybe* the end of this year. If it goes ahead, we should totally meet up for a day and you can show me some of Coffs' bookish haunts!!

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  2. Yay! I knew this would win. I have so much love for this book :D

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  3. IT'S GONNA BE AVAIL. INTERNATIONALLY??? YAYYYY!! And I'm happy it won, considering all the praise it's gotten!! I want to read this so bad.

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  4. Oh Nomes, you just made my day. I've been seriously considering ordering that from Australia. Can't wait!!!!

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  5. So glad it's going to be available internationally soon! I keep re-listing at the Book Depository for them to notify me!! I can't understand why you can get A Little Wanting Song (which I loved!) but not this - which seems to be the breakout novel!

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  6. I just got Graffiti Moon from the library! I'm looking forward to reading it :)

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  7. Oh!! It is awesome that it will be available internationally, I hope I can get it, I have heard so many awesome things about it.

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  8. Awesome news! I'm so excited that this will be coming to me very soon via the Go Aussie Book Tour.

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  9. Pretty slack that haven't been able to find this one in bookstores, apparently it has to be specially ordered :(

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  10. I am so glad to hear that Graffiti Moon will be available Internationally! I have this on my wishlist and have heard so many great things about it.

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Thanks for the commenty love :)

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