Thursday, May 27, 2010

Armchair BEA - Deciphering the signature

So you got your books signed. The question for today is...can you read it?

On Tuesday  I posted about getting to meet Paullina Simons and having a whole mountain of books signed by her. Today I wanted to do a quick post about an author who signed just one book for me. Early in 2009 I was lucky enough to attend ARRC (the Australian Romance Readers Convention), and one of the key note speakers was Sherrilyn Kenyon, author of the paranormal romance Dark Hunter novels.

Now looking at this signature, you might think that I was the last in a long queue of people to get their book signed, but I really wasn't. In fact, I was one of the first for the session, and yet, I have no idea what this says, and believe me, I have looked at it on and off for more than a year trying to figure it out. I think I know what some of it says, but if other people want to have a go that would be fun too! It could relate to the conversation we had where I said that this was my favourite Dark Hunter novel, or it could be something completely different!

What do you think that says?


  1. Wow, that one is really tough! I showed it to my husband and he had no idea at all.

    Possible - Thanks so much (first line) and then Fun Reading! and Hugs?

    I'll be curious what other people think.

  2. I'm guessing the same as Sarah:

    Thanks so much,
    fun reading.

  3. that's beyond illegible! I thought I saw "Clues" in the first line, and then "fun reading" and "Hugs."

    I'd like to get a clue! lol

  4. I think it says, To Marg, "Have a good time reading". I even used a magnifying glass, and thats what it looked like to me! lol


  5. No idea. But gee, it's fun to guess. I hope you're going to tell us what you think at the end?

  6. Thanks for guessing everyone! I think that you are all probably on the right track.

    Originally I thought it said Thanks.... but that the last bit said 'to go'. Hugs makes more sense though! lol



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