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message 1: by Elyse (last edited May 28, 2020 04:45AM) (new)

Elyse (winesaboutbooks) | 301 comments For those who have waited till midnight Sunday night/Monday morning to claim a highly anticipated book, what timezone is it? Or does it matter? I really want to nab To Sleep in a Sea of Stars next week and don't want to miss it! I've had it preordered for months but I would love to pre-read it!


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Michelle | 124 comments Elyse wrote: "For those who have waited till midnight Sunday night/Monday morning to claim a highly anticipated book, what timezone is it? Or does it matter? I really want to nab [book:To Sleep in a Sea of Stars..."

Just a guess based on my own experience, but The Shadows opened for me at midnight EST (where I live). Bookish First is out of Massachusetts, so they may default to that.


message 3: by Elyse (last edited May 28, 2020 05:51AM) (new)

Elyse (winesaboutbooks) | 301 comments Michelle wrote: "Elyse wrote: "For those who have waited till midnight Sunday night/Monday morning to claim a highly anticipated book, what timezone is it? Or does it matter? I really want to nab..."

Perfect because I am in New Hampshire. I wasn't sure where they were located. Thank you!


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Michelle | 124 comments Elyse wrote: "Michelle wrote: "Elyse wrote: "For those who have waited till midnight Sunday night/Monday morning to claim a highly anticipated book, what timezone is it? Or does it matter? I really want to nab....."

Good luck!! 🤞🤞


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Elyse (winesaboutbooks) | 301 comments Michelle wrote: "Elyse wrote: "Michelle wrote: "Elyse wrote: "For those who have waited till midnight Sunday night/Monday morning to claim a highly anticipated book, what timezone is it? Or does it matter? I really..."

Thanks!!


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