Friday, April 22, 2011

One of Those HOLY CRAP Author Moments

I just got these pictures from my fabulous Turkish publisher, Dogan Egmont.  I have no words.  Just the sound of my jaw dropping.




I am...it's just...

Yup. No words. I ♥ Turkey. Anywhere that plasters posters for books like they were rock concerts pretty much rules.

29 comments:

Taryn said...

Omg, Turkey loves books. That's awesome!

Jenna said...

Holy bleep! I may have to go spend some time in Turkey! Anywhere that treats books to giant posters is somewhere I want to be!

Read my books; lose ten pounds! said...

OMG, I cant wait for that MOMENT!

ahhhh. So cool!

as always ♥ Carol said...

what Jenna said couldn't have said it better myself lol Those are fabulous pics. Hope you have a nice weekend basking in this happy glow =p

as always ♥, Carol

Kirsten said...

Oh, bleep. That is the coolest thing I have ever seen. I wish that they had these in America, instead of the awful ads we have here. Congratulations on the awesome achievement!

Mocha ღ Latte said...

Wow that's absolutely amazing. Congratulations, Kiersten. You deserve it!
-Mocha from A Cupcake and A Latte.

Nathary said...

I would pass out if I were you. :D

lora96 said...

It's total Evie domination!!!

Broken Angel said...

Ohmygosh! I love Turkey~

Jessi E. (The Elliott Review) said...

That is really amazing! I love the posters on the fence! One of my students used to say, "Holy crap" in a really funny accent, and I just keep hearing him say that!

Jennifer Morian Frye said...

How very amazingly cool!!!

Jess said...

I've always wanted to go to Turkey, and now I really have to--gotta get me one of those posters to hang on my wall. :)

Seabrooke said...

Too cool! Your book's a celebrity!

Out of curiosity, any idea what the significance of the pink X is?

Kiersten White said...

Seabrooke, no idea but I think it looks cool!

Fenix said...

WOW! What a feeling that must be... to see YOUR creation on a poster like that (and in a foreign country no less!).

I'm dreaming of the day...

Any words of wisdom?

Jo Schaffer said...

Wooot! Way awesome!

See you at the Boot Camp tomorrow-- our writing group is stoked to have you come!

Gjertrud said...

I'm guessing the X has something to do with the name of the publisher? (DE X - with the X underneath) visible down in the right corner (easier to see here: http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-O-ECbpBOm6Q/TbCsRMrFa8I/AAAAAAAAAKw/jZkRQDti9Fk/s1600/Turkey.jpg )

Serpil said...

Hi, congratulations!
I didn't know Paranormalcy was translated to Turkish. My sister was looking forward to a great paranormal romance book after reading the twilight saga. I'll let her know about your book. But, I suspect she already knows it, even own a copy :)

Athena said...

That's so great! You definitely deserve it for writing such an awesome book! :D

marissameyer said...

O.O That is awesome!! Something for us all to dream about. ^_^

Shelby said...

o.u.t.s.t.a.n.d.i.n.g !

Ru said...

:)

Anonymous said...

I wish I could go to Turkey someday, if just to bask in the glory of your book posters. I <3 Turkey, too.

Sheepa said...

Wwoooaaaahhhh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :O

Sakira said...

Can you get me one of those posters? :P

That is just plain awesome. I love your Turkish publishers (though I don't know them). You must be (ARE) proud!!!

Stephanie Perkins said...

So. Freaking. Incredible.

Marie said...

SO far beyond awesome!

Eeshie said...

Hey guess what? I have a giftcard to barnes and noble and I shall TOTALLY BUY YOUR BOOK!!

Laura said...

-Gjertrud, I was wondering what the X was for. That makes sense.
-That is so awesome Kiersten! Congrats!
Laura J.