And now, on to more exciting stuff. Becca Fitzpatrick did an interview with Girls in the Stacks, which you can watch here, and which I've embedded below for easier access. In it, she talks about previous drafts of Hush, Hush (where Patch wasn't even a fallen angel!), her favorite scenes, some chat about Crescendo, and more. If you can't see the embedded video below, head to the link to watch it.
And did you know that Hush, Hush has sold in 31 different countries? Becca reported on her blog that "teens in Israel, Greece, Romania and Lithuania will be reading Patch and Nora's story." YAY! You can even read a review of Hush, Hush in Spanish here. Even though I'm muy mal (very bad) at Spanish, it's totally cool to see it being talked about in another language. I know the last sentence translates into "The mysterious and dark delight of Patch will leave you without breath." You can't argue with that.
Also, Independient.ie talks about a trend in angels and how they may become more popular, on literature terms, than vampires. You can read it here - it's pretty interesting, and it, of course, mentions Hush, Hush. Go angels!
And a lot of bloggers have been posting recaps about meeting Becca Fitzpatrick on her tour, which makes me very envious. Check some out here and here and here (the last of which will be giving away a signed copy of Hush, Hush soon!) Try not to turn green - Becca hinted at visiting new places in the future (although it's not set in stone) on her latest blog post. Cross your fingers that she'll be stopping somewhere near you!