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(Written at Caroline Leavitt's kind request, and originally posted at CarolineLeavittville.com.) So, PURE is my eighteenth book, but, in so many ways, seems like my first. A post-apocalyptic thriller, it's such a huge departure for me, as a writer. I've written literary novels, whimsical novels...
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Here's a 1/2 Dozen for novelist Julie Buxbaum who offers as a backward-glancing definition of inspiration,advice on love ..."we are all a tribe of a certain kind of good crazy" and a glimpse into her upcoming novelTHE MODERN GIRL'S HANDBOOK from a sleep-deprived life amid diapers .HERE...
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For info on a National Writing Contest (for kids and writers of children's literature) and a FREE book giveaway contest for THE PRINCE OF FENWAY PARK a novel by Julianna Baggott (aka N.E. Bode -- HarperCollins -- spring 09) go to: http://princeoffenwaypark.com/teachersresources.html -- Sign up...
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I have a piece in the October 10th NEW YORK TIMES style section -- about a therapist who stepped over the line and wrote me a love poem. Hope you dig it. http://www.nytimes.com/2008/10/12/fashion/12love.html?_r=2&pagewanted=1&ei=5070&emc=eta1&oref=slogin  
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You’re hearty stock. This is obvious. You don’t have prissy notions about the muse as some airy thing that sometimes does and sometimes does not alight on your shoulder. And I like this about you. It is, in fact, one of your most endearing qualities. If you look at the world one way...
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I've just posted a blog at A GOOD BLOG IS HARD TO FIND about my mother's near-insane kinship with the mother of William Faulkner -- whom she's never met. Here's the link: http://southernauthors.blogspot.com/
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I have a blog that I write under my pen name Bridget Asher. She writes about MY life -- which is fine because we are the same person. Visit the blog. For Q and A's, review copy requests, readings (as Julianna Baggott), author visits (as N.E. Bode), book club meetings (with Bridget Asher, perhaps...
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