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July 23, 2008

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Julie P.

Thanks for hosting! I had a terrific time!

Darlene

Thanks for hosting another really great interview! It was really interesting to hear Victoria's take on aspects of the book and why she took the direction she did with the people and circumstances, etc. I would love to see this novel made into a movie-it would be terrific! Thanks again. I look forward to next month's interview.

Dawn

Great interview! I love the phrase "emotional hairball" when she shared how very personal (yet not truly autobiographical) some of the topics are.

Tracy

Jen, Great show and I nominated you for a blog award:)

Book Club Girl

Well thanks! And if you're so inclined, feel free to rate the show over on the BTR site!

Crystal

I loved listening to this show last night!! I was only able to read the first couple of chapters yesterday but after the show I just had to finish the book!!! When I realized how personal this was for her it was even more heartfelt for me as I read. I am looking forward to your next show and participating!!!

Michelle

I just had a chance to listen - last week I was on vacation in STONE Harbor. Very interesting. These interviews always add more to my understanding of an author's work. I too also loved her reference to 'emotional hairball' - - she must be a cat lover?!

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