That’s the thing about the bass, it demands to be dropped.
I was Yeti/firstsignature/lastsignature hunting at B&N and there was a probably early 30-something lady standing there, staring at all the copies of TFiOS.
She saw me flipping all the books open.
Her - “So, these are real signatures?” (pointing to the 3 remaining signed copies)
Me - “Yup. He signed 150,000 copies.”
She asked me what it was about, and I told her. She reached out and grabbed an unsigned copy, saying that she wanted to leave the last signed ones for a real fan.
She thanked me and left.
I feel good now.
I forgot to tell her about Nerdfighteria though. Hopefully she finds out on her own.
EDIT: I found the post again and it’s the only post on the blog, so I’m pretty sure it’s false. But the rest of this post still applies.
There is currently a potential spoiler in the “TFIOS” tag here on Tumblr. There is no “read more” and it is not tagged with spoiler/TFIOS spoiler.
I know it’s tempting to look at all the pictures of people’s still-boxed copies of TFIOS (you guys are awesome for holding out like that!) but there’s always the chance you’ll see a spoiler.
By the title of the post and the wording, I can’t tell if they’re being serious or just a jerk. Be careful, guys. I accidentally saw it, and if it’s true then it’s a pretty big spoiler.
Please, PLEASE, PLEASE. If you couldn’t wait any longer and read the book, please don’t post anything on Tumblr about it. Please.
John loves his paper jogger.