Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Teaser Tuesday #48: Intangible

The past few weeks I've been starting and stopping my way through J.Meyers' Intangible. Here's a teaser:
"It was quiet times like this that she wished she could tell them that she knew what they could do. Knew who they were. But it wasn't entirely hers to tell.
Not yet."
If you have a minute, I'm interested in what you think about the DRM battle going on with all publishers.

Really Mini Summary: 
Just a little predictable so far. Wishing YA books would involve teens talking to their parents a little more. *le sigh*
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  1. Intriguing! What does she know about them? I plan to read this soon.
    New follower
    My TT

  2. Mysterious quote! I agree with you about YA fiction and teens talking to parents.
    Here's my Teaser!

  3. Sometimes I get that feeling with YA too! I hope you finish it! Thanks for stopping by my blog!

  4. secrets! i wonder what she knows and when she'll tell them what she knows!

    Trish - My T.T.

  5. Great teaser, definitely makes me to want to know more!
    And yes, i agree about the parent situation in YA reads! lol.

    Happy reading :-)
    Vix @ ttoria.blogspot.com

    1. Was wondering if I feel parents-teens should talk more because I'm a new parent myself..but good to know its shared!

  6. Hmm what does she want to tell them?? Great teaser! Thanks for stopping by my TT. Happy reading!

  7. I'm totally with you on the teens-parents thing. I love YA, but sometimes I feel like I need to take a little breather so I dont feel they're getting too formulaic.

    My post today isn't formulaic, but also (so far) no parents! From Cathrynne M. Valente’s ‘Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland’!

    Loving your blog! New follower!

    1. Following you too, Carissa - your blog is super!

  8. Now I'm really curious....thanks for piquing my interest.


  9. Nice teaser! This is on my TBR list and I'm really looking forward to reading it.

    Thanks for sharing and stopping by My Teaser!
    Renae @ Rolling with the Moments

  10. Adding to my list..now :) New follower :)

    I agree with your post about DRM.. We keep paperbacks and hardcovers for years, why shouldn't it be the same for e-books? It's really the only thing I don't like about reading e-books. I bought a book through the Borders app (when they were still open) just to try it out, and when they closed, I lost it. So frustrating...

    Happy Reading :)

    Realms of an Open Mind

    1. Following you back, Keely - your blog is new but promising :)
      Thanks for sharing your DRM story, I'm amazed at how contrary to logic DRM is - if a software dies, I should still be able to read the books /music I purchased on an alternative medium!
      If it works for CDs and music - why not books?

  11. Thanks everyone for the great comments and teasers this week


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