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>>By arny (Sunday, 26 Jan 2003 10:14)
I have recently been exposed to Elizabeth Berg and can't get enough of her stories. Does anyone else have any suggested authors that have similar writing form?
>>By Nealie (Tuesday, 22 Apr 2003 20:50)
I absolutely love Elizabeth Berg's books, I have read almost all of them and would love to be able to contact her somehow. Does anyone know if she has a website up or some sort of mailing contact address?
>>By Sarah (Thursday, 19 Jun 2003 23:46)
I have read all opf Elizabeth Berg's books. I am the same age and sex as her, and I feel like she is writing what I would say,if only I could. The best of all was JOy School. Such a true story of young love. tgh
>>By Jannie (Wednesday, 2 Jul 2003 03:18)
I have been HOOKED on Berg's novels since I first heard about Durable Goods (shortly after its release). I await each one eagerly and twice I've written to her. She responded with such warmth and intelligence and even helped me with a college writing program by agreeing to a mail interview! Of course that was shortly before she became one of the huge bestselling authors ;-) But she is hands-down in my favorite author list for life. Her books amaze me and make me remember things I have long forgotten.
>>By Angela (Sunday, 6 Jul 2003 01:04)
Absolutely love her. Every word is true. Anyone know others of the same genre I may not have heard of yet?
>>By Reader (Wednesday, 6 Aug 2003 18:35)
I would like to find out how to contact Elizabeth Berg. Can you please tell me where to write to her? Thank you!
>>By JennyC (Friday, 15 Aug 2003 09:12)
I was directed here because of the authors I like. Not that I am anti-chick-lit but all the comments here are from women. Is this a chick-lit author?
>>By citykid (Friday, 7 Sep 2007 16:17)
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