It isn’t every day…

It isn’t every day a writer gets to share space with one of her favorite writers, let alone with one of the biggest books out in years; color me thrilled.

Bookbub says, “If you liked [Fredrik Backman’s] A Man Called Ove, read The Bar Harbor Retirement Home for Famous Writers (and Their Muses) by Terri-Lynne DeFino.”

Well how about that, huh?

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21 responses to “It isn’t every day…

  1. Elizabeth Young

    In my book, that is possibly the greatest comparison you could ever get! WOW!!!!!

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    • Terri-Lynne DeFino

      I nearly swooned, and then I almost barfed, and then I jumped around and did a happy dance. 🙂
      Loved that book. Loved the movie. I love everything Backman writes.

      Thank you, darling!

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  2. Elizabeth Young

    Agreed!

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  3. Kelly Ramsdell

    OH MY GOD THIS IS WONDERFUL! YES I AM YELLING!!

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  4. GB

    Amazing! Congratulations Sparkle Queen!

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  5. OH MY GOD! ME, TOO!! LOTS AND LOTS OF LOUD YELLING! CONGRATULATIONS!! SO WELL DESERVED AND I AM SO HAPPY FOR YOU. 🍾🎈🎉😃😃😃😃

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  6. Fabulous! Dance some more!

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  7. Squeeeeee!!! Well deserved comparison! Congrats! ❤

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  8. MaryAnn Forbes

    I am so very happy for you! Dance, shout it from the mountains, celebrate…enjoy!

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  9. That is awesome!! And I can’t wait to read it! 🙂

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  10. Frances Hanenian

    Terri. When is it available ?

    Sent from my iPad. Fran

    >

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  11. LivRancourt

    Yay! That’s awfully cool!

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