Tuesday, May 06, 2008

Gotta Add a P.S.

About CONFESSIONS OF A JANE AUSTEN ADDICT by Laurie Viera Rigler. Check out Laurie's adorable, fun website, too! Good stuff and contests even.

I posted my blog this morning and then this afternoon Laurie herself emails to tell me she's seen my blog - my blog, no less! - and thanks me for mentioning her book. I was very glad to do it because I really ADORED this novel. No, it's not YA like I write, but it's juicy, suspenseful, un-put-downable with twists and turns and a surprising conclusion. It's sort of like time travel and historical wrapped inside as well which I love (and which my last book from Knopf is all about, The Last Snake Runner.)

A young woman (Courtney) wakes up one morning in Regency England remembering her life back int he 21st century and wondering how she got there. THEN she starts realizing that she has memories of the woman (Jane) whose body she is inhabiting. But what happened to Jane - the woman Courtney took over? Is she in her old body two hundred years into the future. And will they switch back - or not?

A terrific novel with first rate writing and yes, tons of fun, as well as romance and handsome men.

I hear a sequel is in the works . . . yay!

Go grab CONFESSIONS from your nearest bookstore and have a great read!


Anne Bradshaw said...

I must get that book! Sounds like a fun and interesting read. Thanks for sharing.

May I share something good with you, also?

If you love excellent photography, there is a superb FREE Salt Lake Temple screen saver by photographer, David Terry, on my blog today.

Please help yourself, and spread the word! David has amazing skills.

Kimberley Griffiths Little said...

Hi Anne,
The book is delicious and it's clean, too, which I appreciate in today's adult market.

I'll check out your screen saver, too. I have a Temple one on my computer right now, but it's been awhile since I did something new.

Thanks for posting - hope life is going good for you!



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