Monday, November 5, 2012

Wilde's Meadow, A Book Dedication, And A Thank You

Today Wilde's Meadow by Krystal Wade is finally available for purchase!

I did a web interview, which I hope everyone watched, with Krystal in preparation for it.  I was her beta reader and had the fun of reading it and getting to add my own two cents about stuff in the book (although she rejected my idea for another chapter in the caves.  Oh well.)  It was such a great experience and I really loved it.  It made me feel even closer to the characters (whom I already loved).

But here's the best four of her book is the dedication page.  Guess who the book is dedicated to?  ME!!!  I found out on Friday and have been just speechless since.  I tweeted about it on Friday, but I wanted to be able to put my thoughts down.  And I have none.  I am still speechless.  I didn't do anything amazing or spectacular to merit it.  I was just being a good friend - and one who genuinely likes her books.   Thank you, Krystal!

So as a good friend and avid fan, I have to recommend to you all, once again, to read this book!  If you haven't read the first two, that's ok - they're still available and I believe the prices have been reduced.  So what are you waiting for?  Read them!  Do it!  And then read the dedication page.  And smile knowing that it brought such joy to me.

You can read my review of here books here:

Wilde's Fire (Darkness Falls Book 1)
Wilde's Army (Darkness Falls Book 2)
Wilde's Meadow (Darkness Falls Book 3)

And check out Krystal's blog - she's giving away a Kindle Fire and has a fun blog hop going on.


  1. That's so awesome! Krystal seems really sweet. I won a query critique from her and she critiqued the whole thing, told me to work on it and send it back and she'd critique it again until it was perfect.

    I'm doing Nano so I haven't had time to read her book, but it's on my phone and I really want to read it. Nice review!

    1. Krystal is very sweet.

      Good luck on your query and with Nano! And looking forward to see what you think of the book.