Paullina Simons Message Board
Patrice posts on 10/18/2007 7:54:01 PM
I love all of her books. i read Eleven Hours when i about 12 and can't get enough of her books
nikohl posts on 12/6/2006 7:59:35 PM
I am in love with the bronze horseman story. i am paullina simmons biggest fan. i am currently writing a novel myself. i am having a little trouble with it and would love to have paullina's advice. is it possible to email her? what is her email? i would be so grateful to have her help. she is an amazing writer.
Lois posts on 11/24/2006 5:45:03 PM
Where can I purchase a copy of the above mentioned book?
posts on 9/11/2006 2:25:25 PM
I am having my book club this Thursday and I cannot find any questions for my group to discuss. What a great book. I hope you can help
posts on 5/12/2006 1:52:37 AM
Alguien sabe donde puedo conseguir T y A? y si tiene la primer parte en espaņo se la compro, por favor estoy muy interesada
posts on 4/10/2006 11:59:41 PM
i have to say that her novels are not only passionate, unique and captivating, but i also found as a tennage girl that they also taught me things about myself that i had never known existed and allowed me to further understand the way in which life can take a turn, at the most unexpected of times. i see myself as a terminally ill lily, a suffocating in love Tatiana and even a torn and worn Detective Omalley.
Jade Marchant posts on 3/21/2006 3:17:40 PM
The Bronze Horseman trilogy changed my life. Tatiana is exactly the sort of woman I admire and look up to. I am in love with both her and Alexander!
Kristen Paulson posts on 3/16/2006 12:19:15 PM
I am a Social Work student at Washburn University in Topeka,KS. This book is amazing. Every location mentioned in the book is a real location described just as in the book. Is there any truth to this story? Maybe based upon a real "Tully?"
Sheri posts on 3/10/2006 9:35:51 AM
Here is the information I found on the cook book. It sounds exciting. Paullina is currently working on a cookbook of Tatiana's recipes which is to be released in Australia and New Zealand in December 2006 before Christmas. The cookbook will feature recipes from the Tatiana and Alexander trilogy of novels.
Paullina is also working on her next novel which is to be titled The Bartered Bride. Furthermore, she plans to move to Australia for one of her future novels. For more info read the latest interview with Paullina Paullina's Oz Idyll
Sheri posts on 3/9/2006 8:49:30 PM
80 Albert St
Brisbane Q 4000
Ph:+61 7 3221 1368
Fax: +61 7 3220 0098
Folio at folio books . c o m . au
Had to type it that way or it won't post.
I live in Florida in the USA and I have been purchasing from them for years. They are wonderful and they always get Paullina's books faster than anyone.
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