Love For Love Virtually

This, before we start, is the cover for the imminent paperback edition of Love Virtually, which was catapulted into the limelight when the BBC broadcast an abridged radio play last week, starring David Tennant and Emilia Fox. It was trailed on Radio Four for a whole week before it’s afternoon slot, and has been widely reviewed in the broadsheets. Here’s the pick of the reviews – but unfortunately it is …

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Love Virtually: Today’s The Day

If you are anywhere near a radio this afternoon, then please do make sure you tune into Radio 4′s Afternoon Play at 2.15pm, which is adapted from the novel, Love Virtually, by Austrian writer Daniel Glattauer. As the fab a-littlebird.com say, Daniel’s amazing novel was a “huge hit in Europe (the book sold 2 million copies in Germany alone), it is about a couple who conduct a love affair entirely …

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Leap Year Despatches

LOVE VIRTUALLY BBC RADIO PLAY STARS DAVID TENNANT Those likely to be most moved by the news (his legions of fans) will already know, but David Tennant will be starring alongside Emilia Fox in a BBC Four Radio Play of Love Virtually. The play, based on Daniel Glattauer’s internationally bestselling e-epistolary novel will be broadcast on the 8th of March at 2.15 post meridian. It has been adapted for radio …

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Now Love Virtually Crosses the Atlantic

Daniel Glattauer’s Love Virtually was released yesterday by SilverOak, Quercus’ joint publishing venture with Sterling. It received rave reviews in the U.K., both in newspapers and also on readers’ blogs including Vulpes Libris, Vishy’s Blog, and Book Monkey, and it looks like there will be more of the same from U.S. bloggers. Anita of the *I Loves to Read* blog writes: In the world of social networking, a book such …

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MacLehose Press Publicity: 28-03-11

The Folded Earth was Book of the Week on the For Book’s Sake website: “In the first few pages of the book, Maya exclaims that her husband’s need to visit the mountains made her see that ‘some people have the mountains in them while some have the sea’. It is this turn of phrase that is so utterly enrapturing and which really allows Roy to create a beautifully plaintive story …

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