HUGE NEWS from Deutschland

I did a cover reveal of Loewe’s German cover of DIE FOR ME a couple of weeks ago on FB and Twitter. Here is it in all of its Art Nouveau glory:

I mean gorgeous, right? For me, it is swoonworthy. I am totally in love. So imagine my surprise when someone sent me the cover of Loewe’s 2012 catalog today. Wanna see?

Hmm…looks kinda familiar, non?

And then you open the catalog and right after the editorial there is a 6-page spread on DIE FOR ME! It just so happens to be THE FEATURED BOOK in their 2012 catalog!  !!! !!!!!! (If those aren’t enough exclamation points to fully convey my feelings, then you might just want to stick your head out the window. That distant squeeing you hear? It’s coming from my little corner of France.)

Here’s the spread:

And, as if that’s not enough excitement for one day, there is a FREAKING MINI-BOOK that they’re going to be giving out in stores! You can see it in all of its gorgeousness here.

This is where I faint. Smelling salts, anyone?

13 Comments to HUGE NEWS from Deutschland

  1. by Angela Brown - On December 30, 2011

    That is so awesome! It’s wonderful to see that Die For Me is getting additional PR in such a fabulous way. YAY!!

  2. by Chris - On December 30, 2011

    Oooh, they’re going to give out reading excerpts? Yay! I love to collect them. Gotta keep my eyes open when I walk through the bookstores 😀

  3. by Petra - On December 30, 2011

    I always like to see the different international cover choices. I love that all the covers for book one so far have one thing in common, the Eiffel Tower 🙂

    Congrats on being the featured book. I think they pick the right one 🙂

    Hope you had a great Christmas and will have a very Happy New Year!

  4. by Lori Ann - On December 30, 2011

    Oh my God, Amy! Such a beautiful cover. Such a stunning spread! I’m so happy for you!!!! <– those are my thrills for you.

  5. by Rachel Pietrewicz - On December 30, 2011

    That’s so awesome! What a beautiful cover!
    Wait… *sticks head out window* Yup, I can hear you:)

  6. by Geraldine Frost - On December 31, 2011

    What a wonderful cover and great feature. Paris is looking particularly beautiful in the article! Being the featured book for their 2012 catalogue bodes well for a terrific year ahead for you. Congratulations!!!
    PS:I wish I could read German and French!

  7. by bobbie h. - On December 31, 2011

    Sehr Wunderbar!

  8. by TheJay2xA - On December 31, 2011

    That is just beautiful! Makes me want to go to Paris even more ♥ love it!

  9. by samantha - On January 1, 2012

    hi i listend to angels by robbie williams and it so suits this book? pls tell me if i am right or wreong thanks:)

  10. by Amy Plum - On January 3, 2012

    Thanks everyone for being excited along with me! Group excitement is a lot more fun than sitting and squeeing alone. 🙂

  11. by Sarah - On January 3, 2012

    I like the cover, but I like the USA one better, because it is just beautiful, the same with the title… “Die for me” matches perfectly with the whole revenants story, and “under the charm of night” (Von der Nacht verzaubert translated) is actually irritating. I would think the book is about vampires xD

  12. by June - On January 4, 2012

    This is beyond awesome. I’m not surprised. Germany and France are a tag team with the whole Eurozone crisis situation. It makes perfectly good sense they would be drawn into your book in such a big way. It had occurred to me and when I saw this I thought “Yep!” I’m not a bit surprised. Congrats, my dear 🙂

  13. by amy - On January 21, 2012

    Samantha – I just listened to the Robbie Williams song, and – yes – the lyrics are PERFECT! 🙂

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