Blog Posts Tagged ‘Entertainment Weekly’


September 26th, 2012

Cover of Just One Day revealed today!! Check out the Entertainment Weekly article to read an exclusive excerpt from the book! “A breathtaking journey toward self discovery and true love, from the author of If I Stay. When sheltered American good girl Allyson first encounters laid-back Dutch actor Willem at an underground performance of Twelfth […]

i’m practically on glee!

May 25th, 2010

I don’t know what I’m more excited about. This full-page ad in this week’s Entertainment Weekly: Or the fact that this is the cover of said issue of Entertainment Weekly: It’s not that I’m a huge Glee fan. I will be a huge Glee fan eventually, when I watch the whole season on DVD (I […]

are they serious?

June 9th, 2009

Okay, I love Entertainment Weekly and there is no such thing as bad press, but really, first the review of the book basically slams If I Stay for not being enough like Twilight when no one but EW (okay and The Daily Beast) ever said it was anything like the Vampiric love saga. Now, a […]

it was bound to happen

April 15th, 2009

A bad review. A few months ago I wrote about my iffy relationship with reviewers. Since then I had to eat those words as reviewers bestowed If I Stay with the kind of praise I could only dream of. Even today, I got my 5th starred review from School Library Journal (I’ll post that tomorrow). […]

the twilight effect?

March 30th, 2009

I’m not sure whether I’m flattered, amused, annoyed or a little bit of all three. When people first started comparing If I Stay to Twilight, I think it was pretty much magical thinking, in that the publishers, movie execs, and, let’s be honest, me, all hoped that it might have one-zillionth the impact of Stephenie […]

it’s like that game, operator

February 26th, 2009

I didn’t blog yesterday. I have a good excuse. I’ve been crazy busy these last few days, finishing up a draft of my new book, helping my  daughter select an outfit for Picture Day (yesterday) and Wacky Outfit Day (today), restocking the fridge, which is devoid of food (go out of town for a few […]

forgive them for they know not what they do

January 5th, 2009

A few weeks ago, I gave a friend of mine my new novel, If I Stay, to read. When she was done with it, she had lots of nice things to say. And then she said this: “It’s so good. You should write an adult novel one day.” Ouch. I love this friend, and if […]