Wishing & Waiting on Wednesday: Another Day

There’s nothing like a Wednesday for thinking about the books we want to read! My Wishing & Waiting on Wednesday post is linking up with two fabulous book memes, Wishlist Wednesday (hosted by Pen to Paper) and Waiting on Wednesday (hosted by Breaking the Spine).

This week’s pick:another day

Another Day by David Levithan
(to be released August 25, 2015 )

Eeeeeeep! It’s a sequel (companion?) to Every Day! The only information I’ve seen so far is that The new book is told from the perspective of A’s love interest, Rhiannon.” (Goodreads)

Good enough for me! August is a long way away, but I’ve already placed my preorder.

What are you wishing for this Wednesday?

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4 thoughts on “Wishing & Waiting on Wednesday: Another Day

    • The only info I could find on it is this blurb:

      “Nancy Hinkel at Knopf has acquired David Levithan’s Rhiannon, the companion to Every Day, his recent novel about A, the character who changes bodies on a daily basis. The new book is told from the perspective of A’s love interest, Rhiannon. Publication is set for spring 2015; Bill Clegg at WME brokered the deal for North American rights.” -Publishers Weekly

      So it’s sounds like a companion novel — but I want to know what happened next! Oh well, either way, I’ll read it!

  1. I saw David Levithan at an author event in November. He really didn’t say much more about it than what you have found, but he is releasing a book in the spring that is Tiny’s musical from Will Grayson. Two books from him this year!

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