To view and/or purchase our from our current virtual signings, please visit Good Choice Reading Virtual Signings!

Current signings include:
- The Disasters by MK England (ends December 17th)
- The Spy with the Red Balloon & The Girl With the Red Balloon by Katherine Locke (ends December 17th)
- The Cruel Prince & The Wicked King by Holly Black (ends December 28th)
- The Gilded Wolves by Roshani Chokshi (ends January 9th)
- King of Scars by Leigh Bardugo (ends January 15th)
- Reign the Earth & Imprison the Sky by A.C. Gaughen (ends January 18th)
- The Art of Losing by Lizzy Mason (ends February 1st)


- If you order from multiple signings at once, your books will be shipped when the last signing ends. If you want your books to ship as they are released, please order them separately and pay appropriate shipping.

- Please double check to be sure you are ordering the correct book. Once the signing has ended and an order has been placed with the bookstore, we cannot change your order.

- We cannot be expected to notice if you accidentally order twice. If you think you have ordered but aren't sure, feel free to email us and we will check for you. Refunds will NOT be issued if you notice after the refund deadline has passed.

- Books will be signed around the author's schedule, therefore, we cannot *always* ship your order the day the book releases. This is a fluid process that will vary from signing to signing.

March 03, 2011


Hey Everyone!

So let me tell you about my favorite book in the world. The name of it is Master of the Game and it's by Sydney Sheldon. Now this book doesn't have a great cover, it doesn't have the greatest writing, and it was written all the way in 1988! But let me tell you - I can read this book over and over and over again. It is just that good. And every time I read it, I swear I noticed something that I didn't before.

What I just wrote is exactly what baffles book publishers everywhere - what makes something a great book? Why does one book (Harry Potter for example) take the world by storm, but others kind of blip out of existence? I personally have no freakin' clue, lol! But I'd love to know what you all think,

Let me know!!!

1 comment:

  1. I think perhaps it's got more to do with the reader than the book itself. Master of the Game obviously touched a nerve with you. Sydney Sheldon is a pretty well known author though... was this book not a hit??
    I've read a couple of his but I'm embarrassed to say I can't remember what they were called. They were FAB though!


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