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Live interview with Jean Hanff Korelitz, & a surprise!

April 13, 2009
Mark your calendars, everyone. Jean Hanff Korelitz, author of Admission, will be interviewed live on Hachette Book Group Radio on Wednesday, April 15 at 2:00 pm EST. Check it out! My review of Admission is here.




Want a copy? Then leave a comment here about Jean, Admission, her other books, or anything about college admissions, by 2:00 pm EST Wednesday, April 15. Thanks to Miriam at Hachette, I have two copies of Admission for you. US & Canada residents only, and no P.O. Boxes, please. Usual extra entries apply - +1 for following, +2 for sharing. Hurry! You have two days! =D

26 comments:

shelburns said...

I have heard so much about this one that I feel I must read it! I haven't read any of her others, so I'll comment on college admissions. I only applied to one college for my bachelors, and was so excited when I received my admission letter that I saved it in my Senior scrapbook!

shelcows AT gmail DOT com

shelburns said...

I am a follower!

drey said...

Wow, shelburns! I know I said to hurry, but you're totally on top of things this Monday morning, huh? =P I still need to wake up!

shelburns said...

Tweeted here!

http://twitter.com/writereader/status/1508962770

Dina said...

As a parent, I am not looking forward to college admissions for my kids - I'd read this to start preparing myself.

Dina said...

Follow you on blogger.

nfmgirl said...

I still haven't made it to college, but I still have hopes that I will make it someday, even if part time only.

I've heard good things about this book. I've love a chance to win it. Please count me in. Thank you!

nfmgirl AT gmail DOT com

nfmgirl said...

I'm a follower

MJ said...

My oldest son just went thru med school admissions...interviews, applications etc...very stressful for him and me!!!!

mj.coward AT gmail.com

MJ said...

I follow.

mj.coward AT gmail.com

NotNessie said...

I still have residual stress from college applications. I was homeschooled, so the whole process was a bit more confusing and complicated for me.

gypsyrover21(at)yahoo(dot)ca

NotNessie said...

I'm a follower.

gypsyrover21(at)yahoo(dot)ca

scottsgal said...

I just remember writing the essays and the long forms. My son is at a junior college so we haven't had to fill these out yet.

msboatgal at aol.com

scottsgal said...

I'm also a follower via email

mindy said...

i have heard nothing but wonderful things about this book thanks for the giveaway minsthins (at)optonline (dot) net

Teddy Rose said...

I went to 2 universities for my BA. They were a peice of cake to get into but they were not top 20. I had a tougher time with getting accepted for my masters. The essay could't be my normal B.S. It had to be first rate and many drafts. However, I did get accepted. I don't think that I would have been able to get into a top school and didn't have the money for it either. I miss school!

I blogged about your giveaway Here:

http://teddyrose.blogspot.com/2009/04/giveaways-galore_10.html

I follow via Google Reader.

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Terri said...

I'd LOVE of a copy! I'm a high school librarian and am always looking for titles like this for our seniors!

liane66 said...

My son is graduating college, but this book looks like it could help him with Grad School Admissions.
Thanks for the giveaway!
kimspam66(at) yahoo(dot)com

BUSY BEE said...

I have went through the college application process too many times to count!! Ugh graduate school!!

I would love to have a chance to read about the "other side"...
Thanks!

rlgrady said...

My kids are in high school. I would love to read this for any hints. Thanks!
rlgrady[at]yahoo[dot]com

olympianlady said...

I applied to six schools. I was accepted to four, wait-listed at one, and rejected from Yale (that was my reach school). I had been home-schooled for most of High School, so it was a lot of extra work and confusion for me, but I got accepted into some very good schools. Too bad I ended up unable to afford to stay in any of them, so now I'm doing correspondence courses. :-( NYU especially would have been nice to be able to attend.

I would love to read this book to learn about things from the other side of the situation. Please enter me. Thanks!

tiffanyak1986(at)hotmail(dot)com

mommyjen99 said...

My son will be a senior in September and I am so lost in how to pick/apply for college!
Would love to win this book.
jen62728@aol.com

mommyjen99 said...

Just subscribed via email
jen62728@aol.com

Sandra K321 said...

My son is a junior in high school so we are just starting the process of looking at schools and thinking about which ones to apply to. It would be interesting to read this so I could have a look at it from the other side.

tatertot374 said...

Thank you for a great giveaway! I would love to win. Thank you!
tatertot374@sbcglobal.net

wendy said...

I've got my daughter hopefully going to college in a few years so I hope that " College Admissions" will be a phrase that becomes very familar to her.

madamerkf at aol dot com

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