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Eleanor Brown: Why I Write

Eleanor Brown: Why I Write

[Last January 20, 2011, Eleanor Brown debuted with her “delightful” novel The Weird Sisters (presentation/review) and, within a week, she became a New York Times bestselling author. Amazing? Well actually the story of “sibling rivalry, the power of books, and the places we decide to call home” deserved every bit of acclaim and attention. For those who have yet to enjoy this reading experience, today is your day as The Weird Sisters is released in its paperback edition. Also Eleanor…

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Presenting Debutante Eleanor Brown and
The Weird Sisters

Presenting Debutante Eleanor Brown and
The Weird Sisters

When Debutante Eleanor Brown began visiting The Debutante Ball during its first Season of 2007, it’s doubtful that she ever imagined being one of the most honored Debs well before her book launched. But this Thursday, January 20, 2011, the author will hopefully stop pinching herself and simply revel in the debut of her novel, The Weird Sisters. Described by as a major new talent, Deb Eleanor has written a literary/commercial book focusing on the complicated relationship of sisters, the…

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Guest Eleanor Brown on
An Open Letter to My Books

Guest Eleanor Brown on
An Open Letter to My Books

[As much as we love to read, visit libraries, and browse bookstores, who knew there would come a day when how to read would cause a moral dilemma? In today’s guest post, Eleanor Brown (The Weird Sisters coming January 20, 2011) shares a heartfelt confession and offers a compromise to her true love.] An Open Letter to My Books Dear Books: I’ll admit it. I’ve been cheating on you. No, it’s not with that disturbingly large television we just bought…

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The Revealing of Eleanor Brown

The Revealing of Eleanor Brown

The actual debut of Eleanor Brown’s first novel, The Weird Sisters, may still be two weeks away on January 20, 2011, but it’s already received tremendous praise and attention. Yet how could it not when both author and book are described as: A major new talent tackles the complicated terrain of sisters. A winsome novel that explores sibling rivalry, the power of books, and the places we decide to call home. Then the trade praise: “…bright, literate debut…a punchy delight…”…

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