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#FaeFriday | 3.13.2020

It’s Friday the 13th, and we’re talking about Leprechauns on #FaeFriday! Did you know that leprechauns are viewed as a type of faerie? I definitely didn’t! With this St. Patrick’s Day right around the corner, it’s the perfect time to talk about a Leprechaun’s treasure! So the prompt this week is:

What is your hidden treasure of a book?

This post was created by the gloriously amazing  @Leah_Books! Please link to her blog www.leahbooksandcooks.com.

Picture of Me (top), David Levithan (right) & Andrea Cremer (left) at Tattered Cover during their Invisibility Book Tour.
May 9th, 2013

This week, I’m taking this prompt literally. As you all know, I have quite a collection of books. I love all of my books, but I have a subsection of books that mean the world to me. That section is my autographed books. I have a lot of autographed books that mean something to me. Still, the one book that I would consider my hidden treasure is my autographed copy of The Realm of Possibility. The Realm of Possibility is one of those books that saved my life. It helped put me on a better path and showed me that other people felt the same way I did. I will never forget the nervous butterflies I had when I met David Levithan. I will always remember how it felt to tell him what his book meant to me. This tiny little teal book may have the list price of $9.99, but to me, it’s priceless. 

Psst. I chose Friday the 13th to do Leprechauns because the horror movie is one of the first horror movies I remember. 

So now that you know my answer, what is your hidden treasure of a book?

Last week’s participants! 

Do you have a prompt idea for #FaeFriday? Leave a comment, email, or DM me on Twitter & you’re question might be featured on #FaeFriday!

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  1. My hidden book treasure is still hidden somewhere, lost among all the attic treasures after two big moves. It’s a shoebox full of my favorite childhood paperbacks and magazines. I know there are a few Sweet Valleys in there, along with some Girls’ Lifes and a Babysitter’s Club. The day I find that box, I’ll probably start singing the Zelda treasure-chest-opening theme.

    Here’s a question for #FaeFriday: When was the last time a book tricked you?

    1. I hope that you can find it one of these days! I actually just found one of my boxes after I moved. It was fun to go through all of the random stuff that was in it! No true treasures (except for my wrist brace) but it was still fun!

      Ooo! I love that idea! I’ll add it to my list!

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