Wednesday, November 04, 2009

Dreaming of Amelia

My new book, Dreaming of Amelia, is now out in Australia and New Zealand. It will come out in the UK in April next year, and in the US and Canada in June (but there, it will be called The Ghosts of Ashbury High).

It's about two new characters, mysterious strangers named Amelia and Riley, who've just transferred to Ashbury. And it's a ghost story.

Another thing: I'm getting a website. It's almost ready. My brilliant brother-in-law named Steve is designing it.

I have other things to talk about. I keep overhearing conversations about robberies, for instance. There was a curious day with a rainbow theme. I saw the preview of a breathtaking new Australian horror film called Fragment. A journalist with a notepad and pen sat down beside me. 'I hope this is not too scary,' she whispered to her friend.

Today I took Charlie swimming at the North Sydney Pool. A woman was sitting on a brick wall outside with her head in her hands. The rain was soft on everything, the bridge and the curve of the Luna Park gate.

'Is that man coming home with us?' said Charlie, unexpectedly. I turned to see where he was pointing - a stranger in speedos, nice muscle tone, pleasant face, pushing his goggles up into his wet hair. 'I don't think he's coming home with us,' I said. We went to the swimming pool cafe then, and overheard two men discuss a robbery.

So, I will write about all these things one day soon, but for now, I'd better just post this, about the new book.


Blogger Sadako said...

Your book looks really awesome, can't wait to read it for myself! I've been reading such awesome reviews of it all around the blogosphere.

10:05 AM  
Anonymous Zoe said...

I remember you posting a while ago that you had finished writing this book, and now all you wanted was praise. Well, I finished reading Dreaming of Amelia yesterday, and I am very happy to oblige! I loved it. I loved the way the story was told through the HSC exams (just seeing those exams again, creepily replicated, was enough to send shivers down my spine), I loved the new characters, and I loved Lyd and Seb (especially Seb). Your writing style is so unique and awesome.Did I mention I loved it?

11:53 AM  
Blogger Jaclyn Moriarty said...

Thank you so much, Sadako and Zoe; and Zoe, I'm so glad you liked the book.

I should say now that when I finished writing that book and said, 'all i want now is praise', I really just meant that I wanted everyone to say, 'Well done, you finished your book, you may now go to the beach for a year.' And that I wasn't quite ready for editorial suggestions, at that point.

But I see now that it sounded like I was saying, 'Everyone praise me!' as if I thought I was a queen. As if I was a self-absorbed queen.

In fact, I'm glad to hear from everybody, whatever you have to say, with or without praise.

This is not to say that I want criticism now. Or that I'm not enjoying the slight misunderstanding very, very much.

4:18 PM  
Anonymous Tegan said...

Well done for finishing the book!

I came across it when I was looking for Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins.

I'm sure that Hunger Games is a wonderful book, but it couldn't possibly hold a candle to your own. I'm reading Dreaming of Amelia right now. I am up to English Extension 3 right now, and I'll go back and read the rest when I'm finished writing this.

I would just like to say that it is beautiful and lovely and I cannot wait to find out more about Riley and Amelia.

10:06 PM  
Anonymous kim said...

jaclyne (miss moriaty?) (does it matter?)
i just finished dreaming of amelia

i just love how everything is ALL CONNECTED. and i love emily. so so much. and toby. and lydia. everyone. how you make life a mystery but familiar at the same time.
inspiration! i am going to write!
thank you so much

8:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I really can't tell you how excited I am about this! Do you know if it's possible to order a copy from Australia if I live in the US? I just checked Amazon, but could only find the British version.


3:35 AM  
Blogger runa said...

Can't wait to read it!

6:26 AM  
Blogger Lady S. said...

Oh, at least I only have to wait till April - June might be fatal! It sounds fantastic. ::schemes to nab a copy of Australian edition::

6:36 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have been so excited for this new book !

6:21 PM  
Anonymous Emilie said...

Wow, I have been waiting for this moment!!

I'm a swedish fan ^^ Sadly your books arent available here so I just get make everyone who I know buy your books whenever they go to an english speaking country ^^

I really love your books, you are my favorite author and your writing has totally inspired me! Not to write, I have always loved that, but to really have my own cool personal style.

Will the book be available to buy online? I'll study in USA at college but that's not until september :P

Thanks for writing such great books (better than twilight!)
Take care /Emilie

5:18 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ah jaclyn! I'm so inlove with your books and often read them under the desks in class.
Yesterday in double science i read half of dreaming of amelia. and hopefully soon i shall finish the rest!
But im in the midst of reading your sisters book, what alice forgot, which is very good!
you guys are too funny for words!
ah much love,
lily x

6:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love all of your books so thanks for putting out your new one. why does it have to be so long before it comes out in the U.S

1:41 AM  
Blogger Marianne said...

Oh I'm so excited!!! I saw it on Thursday but didn't have any money on me..went to buy it on Saturday but they didn't have it in stock..So I'm going to definitely buy it tomorrow! :D

Just wanted to say thanks for putting in Sydney references in the Ashbury series (especially since I'm from around the area)..makes it way more exciting to read!

Looking forward to reading it soon!! (rereading the others now hehe..) Even though I don't like ghost stories :P

2:31 AM  
Anonymous Emily said...

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6:44 AM  
Blogger Jaclyn Moriarty said...

Thank you so much for everybody's comments - Tegan, you made me laugh; Kim, you can call me whatever you like, even Bartholomew if you prefer; Anonymous, it might be possible to order it from the US - you could try - I'll ask though and get back to you if I find an answer; runa, Lady S, and Anonymous, thanks for your enthusiasm, I am really grateful for it; Anonymous, it's just that the different publishers around the world have different publishing schedules, I am so sorry about that; Lily, you can read that much under your desk without the teacher noticing? that is a skill - and I'm very glad you're reading my sister's book; Emilie, it should be available online and I'm sorry it's not in Swedish, maybe one day; Marianne, I'm sorry it's a ghost story when you don't like ghost stories; and Emily, I'm VERY sorry that your comment had to be deleted - it was because it gave away something important about the end of the book (not because of the criticism - you are allowed to be annoyed by Emily, especially as your name is Emily, and you made a good point about the absence of balance) - thank you again to everybody, I am truly grateful for your support. love, Jxx

9:03 AM  
Blogger Nat said...

Dear Bartholomew,
I have just finished Dreaming of Amelia, and wow, it was fantastic! Thank you so much! I too was tempted to read it under the desk at school, however I managed to restrain myself because I am an excellent student (hahaha). I loved to ghostliness of it and how the plot all fits together just right.
Thanks again for writing the awsomest books!
Nat x

9:09 PM  
Blogger Marianne said...

Hey Jaclyn,

It's me again - just finished the book!
Wow intense, not as "ghosty" as I initially feared! I have to read it again, there was so much going on! Totally relate to the characters' HSC attitude (actually just finished HSC myself last week).

Especially loved the ending! Have a nice long, relaxing break, and then KEEP WRITING!! :D Love your books!!

P.S. My one regret is the absence of Christina - one of my favourite characters :P

2:04 PM  
Blogger Miss Monzo Matic said...

I just finished reading 'Dreaming of Amelia' and I have to say, it was awesome. It was so nice to read about Lyd, Cass & Em.. it's as if they're old friends of mine. I feel like I know them, as I have been following their story in your previous books!

Your books always entertain, always make me laugh out loud.

I love your humour. :D

Thank you for writing such amazing books!


1:38 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm in the midst of uni exams and told myself I wouldn't buy this book until I was finished, but after reading these comments, I can't help it! I'm going to buy the book today, hopefully. It may distract me, but at least it's a good distraction.

Congratulations on what sounds like an amazing book xx

9:44 AM  
Anonymous Jess said...

i began reading your books when i was in year 7. now i've just finished my first year uni and i love the ashbury/brooker kids more and more everytime i re-read your books. dreaming of amelia was fantastic. thank-you for bringing me so much joy during my high school years, especially my VCE years. I can't wait to hear about the ashbury kids in the future.

8:02 PM  
Anonymous Jimmy said...

I'm really excited to read your new book! I'm from Canada, so it's going to be a looong wait. However, my birthday is in June, so I figure it's your own creative way of getting me a birthday present! "You wrote me a book for my birthday?! That's so thoughtful and unique! Thanks!" That will be my response when June finally arrives. Can't wait to read it!

10:21 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I just finished Dreaming of Amelia and it is amazing.

I have to admit, I did not initially think that the ghost story would be genuinely scary. However, I was really pleasantly surprised. It was subtle and creepy, and I gotta say, I did get chills on more than one occasion.

I'll try not to say too much so this comment doesn't get deleted (I understand if it does, though),but I found the creepiest part was the whole "______'s Letters to a Ghost" section.

I also loved how everything tied in together, even though they seemed completely unrelated.

Although this one was a little bit more serious than the others (or so I thought), it still had me laughing out loud, which rarely happens with books. I particularly loved the menage a trois deer line. (I don't remember exactly how it goes)

If there was one thing I could change though, it would be more Yowta772, haha. Although I do understand that he really didn't have much to do with the storyline, it just would've been nice to see more of him.

Thank you for writing such an amazing book. I'm going to re-read it now as I'm sure there was a lot I missed!

- Steph =)

ps. Is this the last of the Ashbury books? I hope not. I have become attached to some of the characters, in particular Charlie, Seb, Lydia and Emily. They ARE leaving Ashbury though, so their story is probably over :(

8:15 PM  
Anonymous Sarah said...

well done, i loved it.
i loved seb, too :)

1:38 AM  
OpenID lesrd9 said...

Thank you so much for the site but it wasnt avalible, and the site i found could send it but for a really high price so I'll just have to wait but I know it will be good!

12:23 PM  
Blogger Miss Monzo Matic said...

Lesrd9, have you tried eBay?

3:16 PM  
Anonymous Erin said...

Your books are amazing! I am currently reading Dreaming of Amelia, and I am amazed. It is a mysterious, enchanting book that I can't put down. The characters in your book have become like good friends to me, and I love reading about them.

11:10 PM  
Blogger Sasha said...

Just finished reading Dreaming of Amelia-- and it was fantastic. When I started it and saw you'd wrote it through exam formats I was like "hmmm, really? thats different". But you really pulled it off, it worked so well.
As I did with the other 3 books, I absolutely loved it. Thanks for writing such a great book.

7:12 AM  
OpenID lesrd9 said...

Thanks Miss mozo I found it on ebay but It still costs to send it to the USA from Australia.

9:43 AM  
Anonymous Gabrielle said...

I love the 21st century. It is actually the most amazing thing to be able to actually speak to your favourite authors face to face. Well, not quite, but it's close, and it's crazy.

I mean, I now know that you have neighbors and an incredibly cute son and a bowl that used to be full of fruit and chocolate on your desk, and somehow it feels like you're now actually human!

This actually feels like quite a revelation. I'm not sure if I'll ever be able to read your books again in quite the same way. I guess I'll be able to tell you how much of a difference it makes when I finally manage to read Dreaming of Amelia, which I am eagerly hunting down now.

I would rant on and on about how much I love your writing, but I'd end up sounding like an obsessed crazy fangirl, and I admire you too much to want to make a fool of myself in your revered presence. How does it feel to have fangirls? I'd imagine it would be a strange feeling.

One thing, though, that I've always wondered - do you think you're ever going to set any stories in Brookfield? Is that too far into criminal territory to be comfortable, or is it too soon after finishing one book to even think about others?

7:48 PM  
Blogger incorrigible.overthinker said...

ooh, i see it was a mistake to post on here without having finished the book yet - too many opportunities to ruin the ending!!

anyway, i found your book today, and I bought it, and I am reading it instead of studying for exams, and I love your writing because you are funny but you also write about people who are hurting in a way that makes me sad for them. You are amazing!

6:52 PM  
Blogger Loes said...

I've read 'Feeling Sorry for Celia', 'Finding Cassie Crazy' and just finished 'The Betrayal of Bindy' (the latter is named 'Het ongelofelijke schooljaar van Scarlett M.' here: *Scarlett M's incredible school year* - translators seem to have creative tendencies of their own as well! ;) ) and I loved it; the story has so many unexpected turns, every time I thought I knew what was REALLY going on, I was wrong. And happily surprised! It's great that the characters in all of your books (I have read so far, that is) are connected, to get to see things at Ashbury from different perspectives. When reading, Emily, Elizabeth, Bindy (Scarlett?) and all the others are almost like pen pals to me as well. I hope that makes sense (; (Isn't it a possibility to make them attend the same university?) Anyway: I REALLY hope your new book is coming to The Netherlands as soon as possible, i'm very much looking forward to read it! (:

1:50 AM  
OpenID lesrd9 said...

I soooooo hope I win one of the signed books!

3:46 PM  
Anonymous Cathryn said...

I just finished Dreaming of Amelia, and like everyone else has said, it was awesome! I could go on and list all my favourite parts and characters and stuff, but I suppose that would get tedious for you. I will say though, that I love how you write, and how you've developed all the character's voices so well.

So, any new books in the works? :)

3:34 PM  
Anonymous Cathryn said...

Okay, I know I said I wasn't going to list all my favourite parts etc, but I wanted to mention that I loved how Saxon Walker turned out to be a total d-bag, haha, never liked him in Feeling Sorry For Celia (and I don't think that counts as a spoiler).

3:38 PM  
Blogger Sarah said...

I'm about halfway through and it's great, just bought it today :)
The HSC format terrified me though! I only just finished my exams on the 4th of November and I'm still having flashbacks and nightmares.
I love how you use the same characters throughout the series!

8:13 PM  
Anonymous Ash said...

Does anyone here know of a discussion board where we can talk about these books? I really want to talk about Lyd and Seb and Em and Charlie and everything that happens to them!

1:44 PM  
Anonymous Holly said...

Hi Jaclyn,

I am almost finished reading "...Listen Taylor" and haven't been able to put it down. I think I was only 10 pages in before reccommending that my best friend (a 25-year-old teacher) go buy a copy (and she did, but somehow finished it before I did!) I started out thinking that the writing style was bizarre and that the characters had such odd, wandering thought processes. The more I read though, the more I realized that you portrayed EXACTLY the way people think in real life (and now I'm convinced that all of the other books just have it completely wrong). I love that you mention days having "themes". This is totally true. On some days, you just hear a particular word over and over again (on Wednesday I kept hearing "recidivism") or events tie together in a way that seems too planned-out to be a coincidence. Sometimes I think I should start writing the "theme" of each the day on my calendar. Anyway, you have an amazing way of taking odd, obscure ideas (that everyone has probably thought, but not spoken, about) and putting them down in writing. Can't wait to read Dreaming of Amelia next!

-Holly (young adult and aspiring YA fiction writer)

P.S. I totally yank the shower curtain open when I step into the bathroom (to catch anyone who may be hiding behind it).

4:37 PM  
Blogger Jaclyn Moriarty said...

Thank you again, so much, for everybody's comments, they sure do make me smile, all of them. And Nat, you made me laugh.

And thank you to Marianne and Monique and Anon and Jess (it is so lovely that you've been so loyal all this time, Jess)and incorrigible overthinker (good name) for your kind words.

Jimmy, happy birthday for June, and it was nothing, just a book, I hope you like it.

Gabrielle, thank you for being so generous, and that's a good suggestion - a book set in Brookfield. I'm going to think about that.

Steph, thank you! And I THINK it's going to be the final Ashbury book, but my sister wants me to send them to university, so maybe I will. And I liked Emily's little brother in this book, and I'm wondering about writing about him one day.

Loes, I had no idea that Bindy Mackenzie was called Scarlett's Incredible School Year in the Netherlands, that is wonderful to know. Thank you.

Cathryn, I'm working on a couple of new things at the moment, including a series set in the kingdom of cello, and something about a girl who gets chapters from a self-improvement book in the mail. (And thanks for noticing Saxon, I think you might be the first to make the connection.)

Sarah, I see what you mean, exam flashbacks from the hsc format - I wouldn't like that myself if I'd just finished the hsc. I still have nightmares about the hsc NOW actually. So, not sure what I was thinking. Sorry about that.

Ash, I think I'm going to try to get discussion boards on my new website eventually. Maybe. Anyway, my web designer suggested I shold do that.

And Holly, thank you for being so lovely about Spell Book, and for having recidivism as a theme for the day, and for checking the shower for intruders. You made me laugh too.

Thanks again to everyone, Jx

7:25 PM  
Anonymous Iris said...

Back in my head I knew I had to check out your blog some time in November, but I forgot about it. And now one month later I feel so stupid, but excited at the same time. Anyways I'm hoping on getting to read this book as soon as possible, since I can't stand hearing other people's comments about it being great. I hope I do not have to wait on the Dutch translation, but that I can buy it online.
Well, Thanks Jaclyn! Looking forward to your own site.

8:43 PM  
Blogger Elena said...

June feels like forever away, I'm so excited to read this.

5:57 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i love ALL your books! i've gotten all (well technicly only 2) of my friends into them.
i haven't quite finished dreaming of Amelia, i've got about 2 chapters to go. I just couldn't help myself, i had to find your website and have a look at it. You write so well.

I wouldn't have found Dreaming of Amelia if it wasn't for my friend (one of my 2 friends i got into your books). We were in the city on city camp... We were really hungry and we couldn't find a Maccas (which is strange considering there's hundreds). We walked past the book store, thought we'd look in it quickly (before we starve to death), my friend pointed it out.... she got it some time later, started it, i got it about 2 weeks after her and now we are up to the spot (doesn't mean she doesn't like it...we've been quoting it all day)......

yea......i guess all that's irrelevent..

i guess i just wrote it so i didn't have to do the dishes which my mum is nagging me about, as we speak.

Thank you for writing FANTASTIC novels.
I hope to read many more of them in the future.


7:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am a HUGE fan of your books! I love the Ashbury/Brookfield pen pal project, FAD, ect. When I read The Year of the Secret Assingments I was writing letters to my friend who's ironically is named Emily.
I can't wait for the new books and I have been waiting for a while now and I am SURE it will be AMAZING

7:20 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is the newest I have heard of a new book! I live in the U.S. and I found your book seaching through the Teen section of my library a few months ago. I now have fallen in love with the amazing series of Ashbury life. I LOVE the Ashbury/Brookfield pen pal project, FAD, ect. ect. Is it in the same series? I hope so, cause I'd die if you didn't finish up with Year 12. You are such an amazing writed and I can't wait for you to write much, much more.


7:23 AM  
Anonymous Julia said...

Jaclyn, I just want to say that I blame you for the rather giant purple bags under my eyes.

Yesterday was Christmas day, and 'Dreaming of Amelia' was the first thing I unwrapped. We were out all day, came back home at eleven, and I read the entire book. I woke up this morning at seven. I had four hours of sleep.

Don't feel guilty though (about a stranger you'll never meet, sure thing) - I've worked out that the quality of your writing actually saved me some sleep. If I'd, heaven forbid, put the godforsaken book down, then I would be lying awake wondering what was going to happen and how and why and next thing you know it's daylight.

So I suppose it's a good thing that I couldn't put it down.

Still, though: giant purple bags.

xo Thanks for a wonderful read.

3:21 PM  
Blogger Ruby Fugi Halliwell Cullen said...

I loved this book, I thought it was GREAT.
But I got a little confused towards the end and can't write what I think went on, of course for spoiler purposes...
Hmm. I just want to know if I'm right in saying that the ghosts where the ghosts. I hope that's vague enough but also clear enough to answer.
Thanks for a FABULOUS read!
From Ruby

6:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Please write more books about Seb, Lyd, Em, Cassie and Charlie! They are my favourite characters ever. I really hope that you will send them to university. Or you could write like a prequel or about year 11 or something! No matter what, your books are awesome! Every single one of them!

11:16 PM  
Blogger Ruby Fugi Halliwell Cullen said...

Oh and when reading the character's 'My Journey Home' blogs. I did try and find their blogs on ''. Sad to not find them...

6:47 PM  
Anonymous Emilie said...

Hi again :)

I just saw your reply. I will so get the book when it's out, and it doesnt matter if it's not swedish (books written origionally in english are better not translated) it's more a shame cos I have friends who has no energy to read in english and I want them to discover your books as well :P

Take care

7:42 AM  
Blogger Jaclyn Moriarty said...

Thanks again for everybody's comments, and I'm sorry it takes me so long to respond.

Iris,I think you should be able to order the UK edition online after it comes out this April?

Elena, thank you for looking forward to June, and Megan, thank you for getting two of your friends to read my books, and for telling the story of how you saw it in Sydney. I like stories.

Anon, thanks for your support, and it IS spooky that you were writing to an Emily at the same time as you were reading Emily's letters in Year of Secret Assignments. Spooky's good because the new book is a ghost story.

Vanessa, you are very kind, and yes, the new book is going to be in the Ashbury series.

Julia, thank you for YOUR story of Christmas Day, and I am honoured that my book gave you a sleepless night and purple bags under your eyes.

Ruby, thank you for your kind words, and hmm, I don't know how to answer the question about whether the ghosts were the ghosts. Tricky. But that's funny that you looked up the glasshouse blogs. I'll tell you a secret, I looked them up once too, when I was writing the book. I didn't know what should happen next and was hoping it might all be there -online- already written.

And Anonymous, thank you, and a PREQUEL, now that's a good idea. I like prequels. I will think about it all...

Thanks again to everyone, I love your comments. Jx

4:02 PM  
Anonymous Nelson said...

I follow your blog for a long time and must tell you that your posts always prove to be of a high value and quality for readers. Keep it up.

12:28 AM  
Anonymous Aini said...

I first saw Becoming Bindy Mackenzie in the library and read it. My mum was very worried while I read it because I'd laugh out loud or just come down in tears sometimes and she thought I should put it away. So I read it in the night instead. :]
I told my sister what I read in the review of the book: I WISH I HAD WRITTEN THIS BOOK!

And it was at about 2 am and my sister was not pleased. But she did read the book and loved it!

Now I'm looking for more of your books, haha! Thank you for writing them!

1:41 AM  
Blogger Caitlin said...

I absolutely loved loved loved! Dreaming of Amelia. I've been a massive fan of yours ever since I received The Betrayal of Bindy Mackenzie for Christmas, after which I immediately rushed out and bought all your other books. My favourite book of all time is Finding Cassie Crazy, which I love to bits. When I heard you were coming out with a new book I think I actually squealed! Anyway, I wanted to tell you how absolutely freaking brilliant I thought Dreaming of Amelia was. I can't wait for your next book! In the meantime, I'm rereading Dreaming of Amelia. Thank you for writing such brilliant books!

6:17 PM  
Blogger LOUD? said...

Heyyyyyyyy :)

I'm chiming in a little late here to say: Dreaming of Amelia is my fave book! I read it back to back over 4 days, and keep it on my bedside table for when I'm feeling a little low - I flip through the pages and end up maniacally smiling away to myself. Very therapeutic.
I cant pick a favourite character. Toby's grand, to be sure. And I feel like Emily's one of my best friends. Of course, Seb is completely hot. Lydia's got a crazy brilliance and wit and... I could go on. I also love the staff @ Ashbury. I am a teacher and you had me in stitches.
x Nomes

11:54 AM  
Anonymous Kelsey said...

I can't wait to read this book! I've read all of the others about a gazillion times. I have to cover the other half of the screen with my hand so I don't accidentally see any spoilers.
Anyways, I'm jealous of everyone who lives in Australia, because I am a US citizen living in Tokyo and probably won't get it until this summer.
You're an amazing author; please keep writing!

10:35 PM  
Blogger Abby said...

HURRAH! i got home yesterday after an unpleasant experience with an unhinged dentist to find my mother had bought me Dreaming For Amelia.
I had a conniption fit on the floor and had to have my heart pumped till i regained consciousness.
I am reading it as we speak. Well I'm not actually reading it seeing as I am typing this. And that's another thing. We're not actually speaking, are we? But it's been plopped daintily in my lap until I stop writing this.
Oh! Wait, my mum's just stolen it from me. I got her hooked on your books too. You see, your writing is infectious...

5:14 PM  
Blogger Jaclyn Moriarty said...

Hi Aini, thanks for your comment, and I'm sorry that your reading of my book was disruptive to your mother and sister: at the same time, though, I'm glad of it. Caitlin and Nomes, your very generous praise made my heart sing - (and Nomes, you are a teacher! Get all your classes buying my books! Thanks.) Kelsey, thank you for your kind words, and that sounds pretty cool to me, an American in Tokyo. I hope it's fun. And Abby, your comment made me laugh a lot, and I'd like to hear more about the unhinged dentist. Thanks to everyone for making my day, Jx

4:58 PM  
Anonymous Valz said...

Hey Jaclyn, first I pay you a sweet compliment! Your books are all great! I love them.
I have two little questions: I come from Austria. When will your book be reliefed here? And do you know how it will be called in German?

9:17 AM  
Blogger Jaclyn Moriarty said...

Hi Valz - thank you for your sweet compliment! And I don't know the answers to your other questions! Sorry about that - I will let you know as soon as I find out.

4:20 PM  
Blogger Lucy.W said...

I just finished Dreaming of Amelia and I adored it. Me and my friends are into theses types of books so now all of my friend s are reading it.
Best Regards
Lucy Wheeler

9:45 PM  

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