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Hi everyone, welcome to PROJECT SIXTY-TWO also known as ‘Warner Centric Countdown to Ignite Me.’ Only a few more days left before the release of Ignite Me.  Last Sunday I saw Into the Still Blue. It was tad early (not that I’m complaining) but is it a sign that perhaps, Ignite Me will be released sooner, too?. I really hope so. If not, I’ll be at the doorstep of the bookstore in February 4th so I can immediately purchase a copy. Hopefully, they’ll release it on time.

Anyway, today I’ll help you ease your boredom or overflowing anticipation (like mine) with these simple suggestions while waiting for Ignite Me. Hope, it’ll help!

Can’t wait for Ignite Me? Here are some things you can do while waiting.

  • Reread the series:

You can reread the series as a preparation for the upcoming release of Ignite Me. It has already two full length novels: Shatter Me & Unravel Me. And two novellas: Destroy Me & Fracture Me. Or if you don’t have enough time reading them, how about skipping to Unravel Me and read Chapter 62. (I know you want to *winks*)

  • Read other similar novels:

You can try other Dystopia/Post-Apocalyptic novels like Shatter Me. There are tons of them on the market. I recommend Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi, Matched by Ally Condie, or Forsaken by Lissa Ms. Stasse. You can check out my Dystopia/Post-Apocalyptic shelf on Goodreads for other titles.

  • Spend some time on Tumblr:

Check out the Shatter Me related #hashtags on Tumblr and you’ll embark on a fascinating adventure of posters, gifs, quotes, spoilers, discussion. Tumblr is fun, you guys.

  • Check out these fan fictions:

I am one of those who doesn’t enjoy fan fiction but when I was referred to read these fan fictions and I was really surprised how well-written they are. They are worth reading guys, especially if you’re like me—a Juliette & Warner shipper.

  • Read Project Sixty-Two entries?

Shameless plugging, I know. I am shameless.

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And here’s my promise, excerpt from Ignite Me. Enjoy folks:

I spin at the sound of the door. I’m caught in the middle of a thought, holding my hair up with both hands in a makeshift ponytail, and suddenly acutely aware of the fact that I’m not wearing any underwear. Warner is holding a tray. He’s staring at me, unblinking. His gaze sweeps across my face, down my neck, my arms. Stops at my waist. I follow his eyes only to realize that my movements have lifted my shirt and expose my stomach. And I suddenly understand why he’s staring. The memory of his kisses along my torso; his hands exploring my back, my bare legs, the back of my thighs, his fingers hooking around the elastic band of my underwear—

Oh

I drop my hands and my hair at the same time, the brown waves falling hard and fast around my shoulders, my back, hitting my waist. My face is on fire. Warner is suddenly transfixed by a spot directly above my head.

Massive thanks goes to Ginny for the excerpt. Thank so much, girl! :YAY:

Official Countdown: Only 11 days to go!!!

2014 / 01 / 23

10 Responses to Special: Project 62 (D-11) + Excerpt

  1. Diane S. says:

    Can you feel the sexual tension in the air? And they weren’ even touching. Thanks, love.

    • Mitchii G. says:

      I know, the chemistry of these two are off the charts. The air crackled with sexual tension, you can cut it with a knife! Love?! I feel like Juliette. LOL

  2. I did NOT want to read that excerpt. >.<
    Why are they so perfect?
    I talked with Ginny yesterday about tumblr Shatter Me hashtags. I'm staying away from those cause people don't care if they end up spoiling Ignite Me to everyone else.

    • Mitchii G. says:

      I don’t know how to explain why they are perfect because I’m asking the same question. :D

      Mostly are poster and gifs, spoilers are really rare. Can’t wait, one week to go.

  3. Hazel Ureta says:

    *breathes heavily* SO MUCH SEXUAL TENSION IN THAT EXCERPT I CANNOT

  4. Charlie says:

    WHAT IS AIRRRR? No words. The only thing that’s moving are their eyes and that’s the effect.

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