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The Winner’s Curse: Useful Links

As The Winner’s Curse is still rather new. I thought I’d help the fandom out by passing on some useful links. I’m sure there’s more than this. So please share anything else good you find.

Do not miss Marie Rutkoski’s Pinterest as there are many clues there about the books and lots of pretty pictures. 

Marie Rutkoski’s
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Also note that a summary for book 2 is available on GoodReads.

Notable interviews:
Love Is Not a Triangle
PW KidsCast

Book Website
Book Facebook
Fierce Reads goodies (a video with Marie Rutkoski and wallpaper — although I had to hack the wallpaper to make it the right size for my screen)

Short Story prequel: Bridge of Snow

AND

Shameless plug of my own illustration for The Winner’s Curse (there’s only one now, but I’ve got at least two more I’m still working on)

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Literature | The Winner’s Curse

“The god of lies must love you, you see things so clearly.”

- Marie Rutkoski

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Arin smiled. It was a true smile, which let her know that all the others he had given her were not.

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She lifted a hand, as much to block his face from her sight as to stop those words. She walked out of the kitchen. It took all of her pride not to run.

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My YA Illustrations — Part 1The Winner’s Curse by Marie Rutkoski

Kestrel shut the window and shut her heart, for what she felt when she saw Arin limp up the path wasn’t anything she had expected. She shouldn’t feel this, not this: 
A stark, shattering relief.

My YA Illustrations — Part 1
The Winner’s Curse by Marie Rutkoski

Kestrel shut the window and shut her heart, for what she felt when she saw Arin limp up the path wasn’t anything she had expected. She shouldn’t feel this, not this: 

A stark, shattering relief.

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Jean Valjean (Nehal Joshi) and Javert (Edward Watts) in Dallas Theater Center’s Les Misérables. (Bonus Justin Keyes as (almost) dead Marius.)

photos by Karen Almond

(Source: facebook.com, via amarguerite)

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de·ni·al, noun: an assertion that something said, believed, alleged, etc., is false.

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