My dear, darling, delicious, delightful Librarians,
Hades here. Every now and millennium I like to make a deal with humans. I love humans. Really, I do. And there’s so much a god like me has to offer that could… improve your lives.
(I recently made a bargain with two seemingly deserving young ladies, Sharisse and Margaret wherein I reversed THEIR mistake in exchange for a petty service to me. I even threw in a posh apartment and a bottomless Visa card and positioned them to succeed–more than fair, don’t you think?
Well apparently, they’re “unsatisfied,” and have gotten an unscrupulous pair of authors to write an expose revealing the details of our agreement! I have to admit, it’s more than I EVER expected of them.
But being the beneficent, munificent and unbiased god that I am, I think you should judge for yourself and read Sirenz. Was I SO bad? Being that you are the most book-savvy and influential people who exist on this planet, I think you’ll be able to see the real victim here.)
So, I am hoping you might assist little old me. These books have got me thinking there might be some wishes I could grant to the gods and goddesses of books, yes, you, The Librarians. A new “market” for me, you might say.
Tell Hades what you want badly enough that you might be willing to spend just a single day as one of my Sirens and you could win a signed copy of Sirenz (that laughable “memoir”).
A teen room with a disco ball?
A stack of diamond-encrusted iPads?
A $30K book budget?
A school full of raving readers?
A Soho spending spree?
Leave a comment below with your little wish, your name, and your library name and my minions will enter you to win one of 20 books.
P.S. I could really use a librarian in Tartarus. I promise you, it’d be the job of a lifetime(s).