Félicitations, Eleanor! Quel accomplissement!
Je suis très très fière de toi pour ton premier livre… et certainement pas ton dernier! Tu as toujours été une étudiante talentueuse.
Je viendrai à B&N en septembre.
Merci pour votre très gentil message, Mme. Godin!
Eleanor Glewwe I read your book “Sparkers” and I couldn’t stop reading the book until I got to the end. I was literally up at 12:00 in the morning reading the book. I think you should make another book about Mariah’s story. I promise you I will have the whole series by the time you are done with writing the book. Please think about this. I think Azariah and Mariah are a great match. ( #am I right)
I’m so glad you enjoyed Sparkers! There will in fact be a companion book. It’s not Marah’s story, but she appears in it.
Love to read!
I have read this AWESOME book and I loved it. I have one question about Mariah, what was the name of the peice she did for the auditions?
I’m so glad you enjoyed Sparkers! I don’t actually know the name of the piece Marah plays at her audition. The composer is Shevem, but that’s all I decided.
I loved Wildings! Good writing, interesting (and timely) concept, and something else fantastic that I don’t want to spoil, but that has to do with the manner of social change. Thank you. I loved it and now I have to read Sparkers.
Thank you so much! I’m really glad you enjoyed Wildings.
I loved your book Sparkers. But you have to make a second book!
Thank you so much, Haley! There actually is a second book, a companion called Wildings.
I loved both books and cannot wait for another! Please say there will be another —
Thank you, I’m so glad you enjoyed them!
I’m reading the book: “Sparkers” and the way you describe details about how people look is so amazing, I have a clear vision of how well you describe certain events and it just makes it so easy to understand things that happen, not a lot of authors can do that. I look forward to reading your book and I hope you gain more recognition because your books are outstanding!
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