Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Jennifer L. Armentrout: #WhatDidItSay -- We Need To Know

I was involved in a discussion with some Twitter friends last night about Jennifer L. Armentrout's amazing book Onyx, when something was brought to me attention.

There is a scene in the book when Daemon gives Katy a note in their Trig class.  Sounds great; however, WE DO NOT KNOW WHAT IT SAYS!

I want to know and so do a lot of other people what was on that note.  Then I thought we (Lux Novel fans) could persuade Jennifer to release it.

So, I am going to start a Twitter Hashtag called #WhatDidItSay and I am hoping that you all can join in then maybe we will finally know what it said!

I am not sure if it will work but *fingers crossed* when will know soon!


  1. That's a great idea!!! What did that note say??? I had overlooked it before but now I'm curious! lol!

    1. HaHa! Glad I am not the only one that wants to know!! =)

  2. Wait, that note is the one that Katy and Clarissa were passing back and forth right? Is that the one? It shows what it says in there, and she gets embarrassed that he read it.
    Unless your talking about what Daemon wrote on it, then handed it back? Whatever he wrote embarrassed her, I bet its something that can't be said in a YA novel if you know what I mean? Good idea though, I will help out too. :) Confirm thats the scene your talking about, as its the only one I remember, I read it the first day it was out.

    1. Yes that is the scene that I am talking about! =) I am just dying to know what was in there! =) Thanks for helping out!!

  3. Hi!
    I just came across your site and it is really lovely! I happily followed you and will enjoy reading your updates. You can find me over at Rainy Day Reads, www.rainydayreads.com It would be great if you could stop by and I would love to have a fellow book lover as a new follower.
    Christine x
    Rainy Day Reads

  4. If you go to Jennifer's author page/blog she says she plans on telling us what it said sometime in the future. We're just going to have to wonder for now