Today is March 12, which means that my new book CRAZY comes out in exactly THREE MONTHS!
To celebrate, I am posting a SNEAK PEEK of the first 24 pages. Click HERE to read it now!
You can also pre-order CRAZY HERE!
I am also giving away a SIGNED ARC OF CRAZY to one lucky winner! All you have to do is comment on this post, and I will pick one person at random. In your comment, answer the following question:
When in your life have you felt the most CRAZY?
Winner will be announced April 1. I’m looking forward to reading your answers!
Miss Bookiverse says
Oh that’s awesome! I can’t wait to read crazy, so count me in 😀
I have felt the most crazy in my life when my heart was broken for the first time.
I probably feel the most crazy right now. I’m in group therapy and I see a psychologist in a 1 to 1 session every week. Hopefully will be feeling a lot less crazy very soon. 🙂
Pam Harris says
Yay! Can’t wait to read this book! And I usually feel the most crazy when I have a thousand things on my To Do List. I get overwhelmed, and would much rather laugh or cry about all of my work instead of actually DOING it. 🙂
I feel the most crazy when I am about to do, and then am doing, something I never imagined I would have the guts to do… like playing music in public, offering comfort to someone I’m insanely jealous of, walking away from a man who has the most deliciously broad shoulders, but who can’t be a true friend. I have felt craziest, ironically, when I have been the most sane and sure of myself. Crazy is my spirit, my best friend, my true self. Crazy builds on itself, and gives more and more crazy to attempt the impossible over and over again. Crazy helps me achieve things I never dreamed were possible – at least, not for some crazy bitch like me.
I feel CRAZY when I walk the halls at school and smile and laugh and know that nobody has any idea how many secrets I’m hiding up my sleeves.
I think given my age I haven’t had time to properly feel crazy in the “insanity” sense of the word… but I guess the time when I feel the most that way is when I don’t have control over my emotions, namely… once a month 😀
Thank you for the giveaway!
I feel the most crazy when I’m really into a book and want to yell at the characters…as if they would respond to me. 😛
Haha, thanks for the giveaway!
Sana @ artsy musings of a bibliophile says
I felt out-of-my-mind, most crazy when I took a ride in the Crazy Boat at a Theme Park. It just rotated at a faster than average speed and stopped for about 10 seconds whenever it got upside down.
Man, all I could do was scream at the top of my lungs whenever the boat got upside down in the middle of like nowhere, my hair everywhere and I kept thinking that I was going to fall down so horribly! It was one helluva crazy time!
P.S. Thanks for the awesome giveaway! =D
Sana @ artsy musings of a bibliophile
Jasmine Williams says
I felt the most crazy in high school or at 18 I guess. I am actually Bipolar and I am in “recovery” for a eating disorder and have been on what seems like a never ending rollar coster ride. I can’t wait for this book!
I usually feel the craziest (or “unhinged”, shall we say) when too many little things stack up. Big things are usually easiest to handle.
Take noise, for example. A car alarm in the parking lot? No biggie. It’s loud and obnoxious, but frequent enough that it’s easy to tune out after a time. But stick me in my living room with four different people talking, the TV blaring, my phone buzzing every quarter-minute with texts, and three different websites demanding my immediate attention? I start to look like Johnny from The Shining, deranged, homicidal grin included.
I feel the most crazy when I get so upset, depressed, low, and frustrated all at once that I want to bang my head against a wall (not literally). Mainly when it’s the middle of the night and I’m the only one awake and I feel really depressed and alone. It’s those times that I feel the most crazy, because I get so angry at myself for feeling so down about nothing. It’s so frustrating. I guess that’s when I feel/felt the most crazy.
Or maybe when people are all talking to me at the same time. I agree with the user “Shelver” about that—when two or more people are talking to you at the same time and expecting you to hear them both while they’re talking a mile a minute simultaneously. That is very frustrating and makes me feel a little “crazy” about how annoyed and irritated I get over it. :/
I usually feel most crazy when i start to laugh uncontrollably because i am overtired (in public and at home) and i feel like i can’t ever stop laughing. Or when i see a wasp and run away screaming….lol. Can’t wait 4 crazy!
I feel the most crazy when my mother goes off on one of her episodes. We dont know what she has and she refuses to go see a professional but it makes me loose control myself.
but I also feel crazy when good things happen or when I do interesting things. Like practising kendo in the middle of a school field with my friend. Laughing with the wind whipping through my hair.
Basically I guess I fell the most crazy when I loose control, or purposely let loose.
Congratulations Sarah! You are the winner of the giveaway! I’ll email you 🙂
You guys, I love love LOVE these comments! It’s inspiring to hear your insights about rough times.
I felt the most crazy when I was first committed to rehab at age 15. I didn’t know how I could get through the day without drugs and alcohol. My mind was swarmed with a million little thoughts that felt like pinpricks to my skull. It was like I was watching someone else inhabit my body and live my life. I never thought the feeling of being unhinged would pass. I couldn’t believe that THIS was my life – I thought I was crazy. Turns out I was just sick and suffering.
I felt the most crazy when my oldest brother re-appeared after being missing for a few years. I was getting used to having him gone and we were all just finally getting through that, and then he came back, and he’d gotten a girl pregnant. I didn’t know how to help my mom cope with all of it. Being out of control of being able to help makes me feel the craziest.
Kissed by Ink says
I felt most crazy when I had two kids in diapers, teaching full-time and in school for my master’s degree full-time. I really don’t know how I stayed sane!
Jessica Baker says
Right now I feel the most CRAZY, as I try to finish the YA scavenger hunt before tomorrow. I’m on the last loop I need to get all three- blue. My computer does not want to cooperate, though. Arg. Thank you so much for having this giveaway! 🙂
Kate B. says
I have a crazy personality in general which is hard while being a ‘grown-up’ with real life problems now, but somehow I still like to keep the craziness around. I probably felt the craziest when I was a senior in high school, the feeling of being care-free, happy, and most importantly — myself.
Thanks for this giveaway! 🙂
I have felt the most crazy at this summer concert I go to every year! Warped Tour is my home!! The crowds and crowd surfing and the pits are thrilling!!!
I felt really crazy after admitting to a group of friends that if one of them ever jumped off a bridge, so would I.