on May 25, 2009 @ 12:01 am|
Any fan of chick lit is more than familiar with Emily Giffin, best-selling author of 4 books (and counting): Baby Proof, Something Borrowed, Something Blue, and Love the One You're With.
You're about to get to know her just a little better. She has graciously agreed to field your questions in an upcoming interview! Please submit your questions this week on this dedicated forum thread and look for the interview coming in June.
|Oooo exciting! on May 25, 2009 @ 03:14 am|
I will have to think of a good question! I love her books and have read them all!...waiting for the next one!
|Book signing on May 26, 2009 @ 01:54 pm|
Wondering when Emily will be having a book signing in Toronto or Vancouver and when she expects to complete her next novel... Are any of her novels semi-autobiographical?
|questions on May 26, 2009 @ 07:53 pm|
I notice that she doesn't take sides with her characters, and am wondering if she has a character of hers that she does not like. And also which one is her favorite, and why! Which book was the hardest for her to write?
|i have a few questions on May 27, 2009 @ 10:42 am|
1. Who does she like better? Rachel or Darcy.
2. When she started to write "Something Borrowed", did she have a 2
book series in mind? If not, when did she realize she can tell Darcy's
side of the story too?
3. Did Darcy's relationship with Ethan changed his relationship with
Rachel? I mean, did they drift apart because Ethan has to respect
Darcy's feelings too?
4. Does she really believe that someone who wants to have a baby so
badly, like Ben in Baby Proof, can spend the rest of his life with
someone who doesn't want children at all?
5. Will there be a sequel to Baby Proof?
6. Was there an alternate ending for Baby Proof where Claudia and Ben never get back together?
|Ooooh so exciting! I love her books! on May 27, 2009 @ 12:48 pm|
Could you ask her, did something in her own life trigger her to write such insightful and truthful love stories? (I suppose this is somewhat related to mizzrobin's question about her books being semi-autobiographical...)
I am going to think of more but that's the best I can come up with right now.
|Sounds interesting!! on May 27, 2009 @ 01:46 pm|
I've been meaning to read Something Borrowed and Something Blue!! I wish I'd got around to it by now so I had some good questions! I am looking forward to the interview! :)