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August 15, 2011


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Melissa C.

Oh, I love Adriana's books! I've also loved every single chat you've had with her on your shows! What a hoot!

I like how she builds strong women characters, no matter if they be adult or child! They are likeable women!


Adriana is a unique and especially talented woman who can write memorable novels and exquisite and unforgettable books. Her characters are vivid, lifelike and real. She is multi-talented and admirable.


"Never mourn a man for longer than you date him." Ha!

I love Adriana's - and Viola's - spunk.

Jean Collier

I love how real she is. Feels like we could be best friends!!!

Glenda Cross

As a former middle school media specialist/librarian, I am thrilled that Adriana is writing for YA students! To keep students reading at this age is so important to make them life-long readers. Viola and her story seem perfect to catch the interest and also teach the readers good life lessons at the same time. I was glad you asked all great writers to write for YA. I have to add that there seems to be more books written for girls, so let's get the books going for the guys,too. Thanks for all your great reads!


Love her books~

Arlene Berger

I liked hearing Adriana speak about using her own life experience to craft her books. She is so wonderful at weaving a story and making the reader feel a part of each world she creates. What an amazing writer!

Laurel McKinney

I loved it that Adriana is going to use something a caller mentioned and put it in her next book. How fun!


Adriana is a born storyteller, writer and warm person whose radiance shines through in her talks and books. She is special.

Lori Barnes

Wonderful interview really enjoyed listening to Adriana such a talented writer!! I am looking forward to this book, I have a daughter starting highschool next week she's 14 and one just left to start her first day of college this morning (kinda sad). This sounds like a wonderful book and can't wait to get a copy : ) I have all of the Big Stone Gap series!


I listened to the show when it first aired. I enjoyed her answer to my question regarding sex and teen books.

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