|About the Book|
Loved the novel?And youve devoured the last morsel of your savory book. Now what?If you still have the stomach that yearns for more, Behind the Story will be a most delightful surprise for you.Enjoy this basket full of hand-picked treatsMoreLoved the novel?And youve devoured the last morsel of your savory book. Now what?If you still have the stomach that yearns for more, Behind the Story will be a most delightful surprise for you.Enjoy this basket full of hand-picked treats collected from various sources all over the internet, compiled as an easy, concise and info-rich serving just for you!Youll be on a VIP tour where youll get to discover in depth about the authors inspiration to create this story as well as their personal journey to bring this book to the readers.Heres a sneak peek of whats inside:-Whos the author anyways?-Authors inspiration to write the story-Creation process of the book-Publishing journey-Obstacles and setbacks-How it was received by the public and critics-Sales figures-Future ahead for the story-Memorable quotes...and more!Try your sample now!======================SAMPLE ENTRY:“What was the inspiration behind the creation of this book?”Some of Ann Patchett’s books are inspired while working on her previous books. While researching for Bel Canto, she was supposed to go to Manaus, capital of Amazonas State in Brazil, with celebrated soprano Renée Fleming to hear her sing there. But the event was cancelled and so was the trip. In Manaus, there was the Teatro Amazonas, an ornate opera house built in 1896 by a rubber baron, and “rubber barons” ended up as backgrounders in the State of Wonder book...======================First of all let me just say I LOVE YOUR idea of a book guide. Its so unique and informatively fun at the same time. Your idea of a book guide is really something else. More Power!-C. A. MargajaA perfect compliment to the orginal work!-S. WoodsI love this kind of stuff!-G. M. MandapatThis work is not meant to replace, but to complement the original work. It is a digestive work to stimulate the appetite and encourage readers to enjoy and appreciate the original work even further.