THE REVOLUTION OF MARINA M. NEW WEBPAGE IS LIVE!

My shiny new webpage, at www.janetfitchwrites.com is live! It’s all about THE REVOLUTION OF MARINA M. and it’s a beauty.  Step into the world of the Russian Revolution and my adventurous young heroine.  It’s a work in progress but it certainly gives you a sense of the book. There’ll be excerpts, more photo galleries, but you’ll get a taste.

I’ll continue to blog here about writing and life, and the writing life, putting up my stories and observations, but the website will be all about the books.

Stop by, tell me what you think of it!

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11 Responses to “THE REVOLUTION OF MARINA M. NEW WEBPAGE IS LIVE!”

  1. trade989 Says:

    Hi Janet —

    So excited for the book and film. I’m unable to see your page. I get this:

    Best,

    Tracy

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  2. Linda Harrison Says:

    Janet Fitch lives in Los Angeles…with her new hubby! XOXO

  3. Judy Reeves Says:

    Congratulations, Janet. The new website is gorgeous. Looking forward to the tease of a read, too. And the entire book this fall.
    xoxo

  4. thedayjobsofwriters Says:

    Hi Janet,

    The new webpage looks amazing, as does the novel. I hope you are having an amazing time at BEA and I cannot wait to read THE REVOLUTION OF MARINA M.

    Best, Liz Silver

    *Elizabeth L. Silver* Author of the memoir, *The Tincture of Time *(Penguin Press) and the novel, *The Execution of Noa P Singleton* (Crown) http://www.ElizabethLSilver.com ~ @ElizLSilver

    On Wed, May 31, 2017 at 9:59 PM, Janet Fitch’s Blog wrote:

    > Janet Fitch posted: “My shiny new webpage, at http://www.janetfitchwrites.com is > live! It’s all about THE REVOLUTION OF MARINA M. and it’s a beauty. Step > into the world of the Russian Revolution and my adventurous young heroine. > It’s a work in progress but it certainly gives you a” >

  5. Hi Janet, huge fan of White Oleander. May have read it 4, 5 times. I really like Starr, what a character. Although nothing compares, was wondering if there might be any novels of similar story line or genre that you recommend? Or some romantic novels that aren’t cliche and sappy? (Maybe something like Carmen, the ballet)

    • Hi Lieslee, you’re my reader for Marina M., check out the excerpt at janetfitchwrites.com. Who else? Try Marguerite Duras’ The Lover, and Graham Greene The Quiet American. sorry it’s taken me so long to get back to you! With best wishes, Janet

  6. P.S. Feel free to check out my blog, it was from my adolescent years of 14 to 17. Coincidentally, it was after I started reading White Oleander that I started the blog. Most of it’s in Chinese, but I hope you might still enjoy it 🙂

  7. The site looks amazing on mobile. It has a great “scroll.”

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