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June 22, 2008

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Laura

Unfortunately I won't be able to call in, but I do have 3 questions:
1- What's up with Courtney and Wes- do they end up in the end, and is Courtney finally in love with him in the end?
2- All this time, was the "real" Jane Mansfield really in Courtney's place in modern times? Or is she somewhat lost in time too, like the fortune teller alluded to?
3 - The fortune teller tells Jane/Courtney that they are somehow linked and that's how Courtney travelled to that era. Does that mean you think every single person is connected to another single person? Or that all of mankind is somehow connected in that way?

Thanks! I loved the book! :)

Cheryl

Thanks for emailing the notice about tonight's interview with Laurie Viera Rigler. I wasn't familiar with the book and after hearing only half of the interview, I am decidedly going to go and buy the book to read...can't wait! (By the way, I only listened to half because I didn't want to hear any spoilers.) As summer begins, I am excited to find a good book to read and I'm already looking forward to her sequel. I've just discovered your site but it looks great...keep up the great work!

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