Wednesday, December 1, 2010

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I've mentioned this on twitter, but I might not have made this perfectly clear on the blog, but here on VampireAcademy.org we try to be as Spoiler Free as possible.That means that we post as little as possible from Last Sacrifice before it's released. I don't know if you've noticed, but we have never actually written down any of the teaser quotes or mentioned what happens in the character videos. That is because you should be able to visit this site even if you choose not to watch those videos.

You shouldn't have to worry about getting spoilers from something we write. Similarly we don't want to get spoiled either. We are trying our hardest to avoid all spoilers, but we still have to manage the site as well.

The book has yet to be released, which means that the general public has not been able to read it, and all of the book can be considered a spoiler. In the last few days, the spoilers flying across the internet have increased, and it's getting harder to avoid them.

Since we want to protect our readers, I've decided to from now on, at least until a couple of weeks after the release date, to make all comments moderated. That means they have to be approved by me (or Kinga and Steph) before they are published. It's unfortunate that I have to do this, but I want this to be a safe place to visit if you're worried about spoilers.

To those of you who like spoilers. I don't have a problem with the fact that you like spoilers, but in the comments on a website, a Facebook wall or twitter are not the right places to post spoilers. It's easy for someone to accidentally read it without wanting to. If you want to discuss spoilers, go to a discussion forum assigned for that, or talk in DMs or msn or private messages.

All of us who want to avoid spoilers are paranoid and afraid to read every page and click on every link at the moment, and it's very tiresome. If you know something that happens in the book, and you know how it's connected to the teaser quotes, for example, please don't post about that in a discussion that's obviously meant to be used for speculation for those who haven't read the book. Not everyone wants to know. Please show respect!

Thanks for your understanding!

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