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There are some very special people in this book, and I think it is a rich, interesting story.I learned a lot by writing it, and hope you will by reading it too. If youd like to know more about this book, and my other work, published by Random House/Delacorte Press, please see my publishers web site for me at
And in the contemporary books, we research locations, cities, industries, legal and medical details, and all the elements that go into the books. And Victoria looks nothing like her handsome parents, which can be unsettling for any child.The research is as accurate as humanly possible, and literally years of work go into the research for each book. In Big Girl, a plain little girl is told by her father that she looks like Queen Victoria (how cool!!! At 7, her perfect, and gorgeous sister Grace is born, and their father starts referring to Victoria as their tester cake, the one you use to check the heat of the oven, and the value of the recipe, and throw away until, you get it right.The research extended into two areas that were fascinating for me, the intricate mechanisms of the judicial system in New York, and the workings of a murder trial.And for the first time, I wrote about the American South, which has always intrigued me.
"Big Girl" Delacorte Press Hardcover, due out in February, 2010. Not all women are a perfect size or look like models (except for the 14 year old supermodels they put in fashion magazines), just about none of us look like movie stars (even the movie stars dont look like them in real life!! And of course, baby sister Grace is perfect, a golden child. But their parents cruelty to her is a constant disappointment and blow to Victoria.
), and most women have some kind of issue with their weight. And in books, movies, and a lot of fantasies, the gorgeous girl always gets the perfect guy. And she is heavy even as a young child and everyone refers to her as a Big Girl, and among the beautiful people in her family, Victoria is either criticized or ignored.