Saturday, January 23, 2010

Christine Trent Makes it big in The Washington Post!

Christine has made quite an impression on the world lately and I am ecstatic to see that one of my favorite reads has become WILDLY popular. The Washington Post did an interview with Christine speaking about the release of The Queen's Dollmaker.

The most interesting part is that it covers just how Christine went from book enthusiast to author of her own historical fiction novel. Click anyone of the links to get to the interview and enjoy it because it really is interesting.
"A signing for Christine Trent's book, "The Queen's Dollmaker," will be held from 1 to 3 p.m. Jan. 23 at Bay Books in the Wildewood shopping center in California. Trent will participate in a discussion about her book at 7 p.m. March 1 at the Calvert Library in Prince Frederick, where she will also make an appearance dressed as Marie Antoinette at 7 p.m. March 22. Trent will also speak at the Friends of the Library annual dinner May 10 at Cafe des Artistes in Leonardtown."
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  1. That is what I though WOO-HOO is right. It was a good interview too. Christine's story is really quite amazing how she got her book published.

    Glad you enjoyed.

  2. I saw this the other day and thought it was a fantastic article! Anything HF genre specific in the news is great and the fact that it's an author we know, is super fun!

    Congrats Christine!

  3. I know right Amy it is not everyday that the new paper put anything in related to HF. I am super proud that is Christine, I just love her to pieces.


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