Tuesday, June 29, 2010

In Which Maggie Unleashes the Shiver Micro-site

Just a quick one to say that I'm revoltingly pleased that the site for the Shiver books is finally up and running. It makes it a thousand times easier to find the extras and what editions are out and all that good stuff.

Also, the tune from the Linger soundtrack is now available there to download. :)

Lemme know what you think! 

Here it is.

15 comments:

Ella Press said...

WOW, how awesome is this! Love it <3

Jenn (Books At Midnight) said...

It's gorgeous! Can't wait to download, thanks. :D

Jonathon Arntson said...

It does look prettier on a Mac.

Donna Gambale said...

So pretty! And easy to navigate. And I cracked up at "I'm Maggie Stiefvater and I write books about werewolves and kissing."

And did I say so pretty? You are the luckiest woman with those gorgeous book covers.

molly (a dazzling distraction) said...

The new site is beautiful! I especially like the music/video page.

I really enjoy the style of your songs, and have been hooked on "One Thousand Paper Cranes" since I heard it in your video, so I'm really excited for the download! Thanks for sharing it!

I love studying with instrumental music on, and have added all of your songs to my "studying" playlist. I was wondering if you have recommendations for other artists who have a similar style or sound.

Zia said...

The page looks amazing!

kit said...

Wow amazing and the navagation is perfect
is download for free?

Marn said...

Looks great! I like the little swirly dot animation next to the navigation menu.

Amy said...

The Shiver site is so much better than other book sites i've been on.... and its pretty too.... I like....

scape-graces said...

*innocently clicks on website*
Oh no's! The forbidden excerpts! *bites nails* Must resist till July... must not give in!
*Fails*

Zoë Marriott said...

I think: my website sucks. Waah!

I downloaded One Thousand Paper Cranes onto my iPod and listened to it on repeat while I was walking my dog through the fields this morning. Swallows swooped and played overhead. The sun broke through the clouds. The harp rippled and the penny-whistle trilled and I... got a bit teary-eyed.

Best walk ever.

Maggie Stiefvater said...

Thank you, guys!

Zoe - *fantastically huge grin*

Kit - yes, free download!

Molly - hmmm. Well, have you tried soundtracks? The new Peter Pan (I mean, as in newer than Disney, it's still 6 or so years old) soundtrack is fantastic. So is The Village. And Braveheart. And Last of the Mohicans. If those appeal, lemme know and I'll post a list of my favorite soundtracks of all time.

molly (a dazzling distraction) said...

Thanks for the suggestions Maggie! I love the Braveheart soundtrack and I've been listening to the Pirates of the Caribbean soundtracks too. I'll have to check out the others.

Ann Elise said...

I feel happy now XD

Zoë Marriott said...

Please post your soundtrack playlist! I collect them, but if I haven't seen the film I like to know they'll be really good before I invest the money, and the thirty seconds iTunes gives you is not enough to judge.

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