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April 3rd, 2009
02:18 pm


Italian edition
Check out the cover for the ITALIAN release of Anatomy of a Boyfriend:

The title translates to "More Than a Kiss." Indeed!
September 22nd, 2008
07:20 am


Paperback and ebook editions
Today Anatomy of a Boyfriend get re-released as a paperback and as an ebook and as a kindle.

What’s nice about the paperback edition (besides the far more manageable price tag) is that it includes a special Q&A with me called “Anatomy of an Author!” In it I answer all the faqs readers have emailed me over the past several months, such as, “Were you embarrassed to show the book to your family because of the sex scenes?”
April 2nd, 2008
08:05 pm


Czech edition

Here's the link to the Czech publisher's page for the book: Jak holky přicházej o iluze

The title literally translates to: "How Girls Lose Their Illusions: Anatomy of My First Boyfriend" Apparently, there's a Czech film called "How Poets Lose Their Illusions.")
January 9th, 2007
12:01 am


A young adult novel, to be precise.

Name: Anatomy of a Boyfriend

Parent: Me

Godparent: Random House (Delacorte imprint)

Weight: 12 oz. and 259 pages of hardcover

Hours of labor: You don’t want to know

The elders have weighed in:

--Booklist says, "Snadowsky’s debut novel is an unusually honest portrayal of a teen girl’s sexual discovery . . . Like Forever, this sensitive, candid novel is sure to find a wide audience among curious teens."

--Kirkus Reviews says, "Snadowsky's narrative easily holds the reader's interest with well-drawn, realistic characters, flowing prose, dialogue and emails."

--Publishers Weekly says, “First-time novelist Snadowsky confidently marches where few YA writers have dared to tread."

And I say, “Thank you all so so much for your inspiration and support!” ~D

P.S. Both Daria and the bouncing baby book are doing fine.
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