Friday, January 15, 2010

The Lonely Hearts Club Blog Tour!

Welcome to the next stop on The Lonely Hearts Club Blog Tour! To start of with here is a bit about the book if you are not familiar with it!

Penny is sick of boys and sick of dating. So she vows: no more. It's a personal choice. . .and, of course, soon everyone wants to know about it. And a few other girls are inspired. A movement is born: The Lonely Hearts Club (named after the band from Sgt. Pepper). Penny is suddenly known for her nondating ways . . . which is too bad, because there's this certain boy she can't help but like. . . .

Now for something really exciting, and exclusive video from author Elizabeth Eulberg!

Check out the next stop of the tour, Stop 9 hosted by The Story Siren on January 18th that will feature a Q & A with Elizabeth! And to see the full tour schedule visit Elizabeth's blog!


  1. How cool is it that the author made a video just for you!! I love it and I thought the book was great too!

  2. Anonymous10:56 AM

    She seems nice. Awesome!

  3. awesome vlog by Elizabeth!
    I'm jealous at all the ARCs she gets! =) I have Markus Zusak's book in my wishlist right now and oh! I would love to read the other book by the daughter of Regis!
    Many thanks for sharing!

  4. Wow!!!! What a super vlog and how cool that you got an exclusive!

  5. What a fun video. I loved it! I am going to be blogging about it on my teaching blog because pretty soon a group of my girls will be reading Pride and Prejudice for a book club. I hadn't heard that she was working on her adaptation of this book until I saw the video. I can't wait. I am also looking forward to getting a copy of Scones and Sensibility to read sometime soon.

  6. I just realized my mix up in the last comment. I had seen that you are reading Scones and Sensibility right now on your side bar. Then, even though I started watching the video knowing Elizabeth wrote the Lonely Heart's Club, as soon as she started talking about Prom and Prejudice in my mind I was thinking she wrote Scones and Sensibility - haha. Either way both The Lonely Hearts Club and Scones and Sensibility look like they will be fun books. Once Prom and Prejudice is out it will be a fun book to match with Scones and Sensibility I assume.

    When I was in high school/college, I loved studying Shakespeare in class and then noticing different ways they are adapted/pop up in current publications. I am excited that now there are books coming out where my students can read a classic and then have examples of modern pairings.


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