Jennifer Gilby Roberts

Women's Fiction/Chick Lit Author

The Pitfalls of Dismissing a Book by its Cover

on March 14, 2014

A good article I came across on Twitter on the importance of not judging a book by its cover.

Having Read The Book

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This is SO far and away NOT a book I would usually have picked up: there is pink swirly writing and a cartoon woman winking on the cover. But Bolouri is hella funny on twitter, so I thought, what the hell! I CAN read a book with pink swirly writing and a cartoon woman winking on the cover. So I paid my electronic money and downloaded it.

Ever since I discovered Adrian Mole I have been a sucker for calendar based writing, so once I saw “Saturday January 1st” introducing the first page, I was in.

Phoebe Henderson is a woman scorned, still reeling from discovering her ex in bed with another women she is seeing in a new year in a mess. Stuck in a job she hates, with no new relationship, and nothing else on the horizon to keep her chin up (other than being totally happy for…

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2 responses to “The Pitfalls of Dismissing a Book by its Cover

  1. Hannah Renowden says:

    Hey Jennifer! Thanks so much for the reblog! xx

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