There may be something called 'writing *too* well'
I think I mentioned somewhere (that I can't find now) that I am Libraryless. Gave my unsigned copy to staff's geek daughter at the end of January and never got it back because then staff wanted to read it herself, and says she *will* remember to bring it in but will also have to buy another copy because geek daughter needs to have one of her own. Sometime later (memory is shot) my aunt commandeered my presentation copy for her granddaughter to read, swearing I'd have it back as soon as she was finished. But E declared the book so excellent her mother had to read it, and sent it off to her where she lives, two hours from Toronto. E also said the book had inspired her to go back to reading fantasy, which she'd gone off of, but having read The Invisible Library she's determined to find something just as good.
Just thought you might want to know, G.
(And now aunt is wondering how one listens to an e-book. The ones she has are on disc.)