Thursday, August 28, 2008

The Wednesday Letters is out in paperback!

Whew! Finally! After many months of working with the fantabulous peeps at Penguin, specifically their Berkley imprint, TWL is available nationwide in a gorgeous paperback edition. I just couldn't be happier with the way it turned out.

Equally exciting is today's ad in USAToday! It's a first for me to have an ad in a national publication and I owe the folks at Penguin a big thanks (and some free pizza) for rolling the dice and running this. (It will run again next week. And a different version featuring Recovering Charles more prominently will run in mid-September.)

So if you don't yet have your copy of TWL in paperback, might I suggest your local Wal-Mart, Target or online at Amazon :-)


  1. Hey my friend! Had to go purchase a few at Wal-mart! I keep lending out my hardback and have to hunt it down to get it I have a few paperbacks to lend!

    Have a great week!

    Ohhh hey whatdoya think of McCain's running mate?

  2. Thank you for such a wonderful book.
    I haven't bought a book for YEARS. And something about yours and the way it kind of relates to the movie "The Notebook" has made it my favorite book of all times :)

    What a great idea and thank you.
    You will probably saved a lot of marriages.

    Thanks Again,

  3. Hey Lisa! I like Palin, but tonight (Wednesday's) speech is huge....

  4. Cara, I doubt I've saved a lot of marriages, but you're sweet to say so :-)

  5. WOW...I could not put this book down. I got a flyer from Books A Million and The Wednesday Letters jumped out at me so the day after Hurricane Gustav hit Lafayette, I went to Books A Million to get it. I could not put this book down until I finished reading it. I felt so drawn to it. As I read, it was as if I was in the middle of the characters, seeing each one of them standing near I was part of the story.
    I can't wait until September 18th to read Recovering Charles.

    Thank you for this fantastic read!

    Lisa in Lafayette

  6. Thank you Lisa in Lafayette! I'm so thrilled you enjoyed it.

  7. While in Mobile because of Gustav, I was in a WalMart roaming in the book section when TWL jumped out at me. I think I first heard about it in our local paper in the book section one day. So I decided to buy it. I just finished it today and it was wonderful. I want to buy Christmas Jars soon.

    I'm planning on going to the NOLA signing. I'm exctied because it'll be my first book event ever. :)

  8. Thank you Annie! I'll be watching for you in NOLA :)