Becky Abertalli

Five Reasons You Should Pre-Order Julie Murphy’s PUDDIN.

If the post is a listicle, you know I mean serious business. And I do!

Check it out. PUDDIN’, the companion novel to Julie Murphy’s DUMPLIN’ is coming May 8th!

 

Here are just a few reasons you should pre-order a copy of PUDDIN before May 8th.

  1. You’re going to love this book! 
    PUDDIN is beautiful, funny, ridiculous, moving, and powerful.

    Check out what Becky Abertalli, author of Simon vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda, had to say: “Julie Murphy has created the platonic love story of a lifetime. I am wildly in love with Puddin’.”

  2. You’ll love PUDDIN, even if you haven’t read DUMPLIN’
    PUDDIN isn’t a sequel– it follows the story of two characters introduced in DUMPLIN, Millie and Callie, in their own story of unexpected friendship, romance, and Taxas-sized girl power.

    And if you haven’t read DUMPLIN, you should! (DUMPLIN’s also going to be a movie this year with Jennifer Anniston and Danielle MacDonald, and an original soundtrack by Dolly Parton, btw).

  3. You get awesome stuff!
     


    U.S. readers can preorder from any retailer and receiving a signed bookplate, bookmark, sleepover postcard, and lapel pin set! Just email your proof of purchase and mailing address to juliemurphypreorder@gmail.com.

    (Check out Julie’s twitter feed for more details about ordering through Blue Willow, and ordering outside the U.S.) 

  4. Pre-Orders Help Your Favorite Authors
    Here’s some insider-industry knowledge for you: pre-orders help authors hit the New York Times bestseller list. All those pre-orders add up on pub day, raising a book’s rank, and helping it hit the bestseller list– which means more readers will discover great books, and great books reach more readers.

    Pre-ordering is a great way to support any new book by authors you love!

  5. Order sooner, get it sooner, start reading sooner, feel awesome sooner.
    It’s that simple.

So, if you were planning to buy PUDDIN’, why not pre-order through Blue Willow BooksBarnes & Noble, Indiebound, or Amazon today? And if you weren’t, maybe check it out. It’s pretty cool. Just sayin’.

Puddin Preorder

 

 

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