Pride, Prejudice and Popcorn: Announcing Carrie’s First Book!

For the past few years, Carrie has been writing up her impressions of various movie interpretations, including miniature reviews of all the Prides & Prejudices, a righteous smackdown in Jane Eyre vs. Wuthering Heights, and a round up of all the Jane Eyres. Or Janes Eyres? Anyway. Carrie has been looking for awhile at the intersection of popular culture and classic literature, especially in terms of adaptations, and now, y'll, have a look at THIS :

Book Pride, Prejudice and Popcorn by Carrie Sessarego - a box of popcorn with a silhouette of a woman in a bonnet on the popcorn box - very cute design

 

Y'ALL. THAT IS A BOOK! With Carrie's name on it! And the words she wrote inside it! Pride, Prejudice and Popcorn by Carrie Sessarego is on sale now at AmazonBNSonyKoboiBooks and All Romance eBooks

Beg pardon, this calls for some applause: 

Standing ovation on repeat

 

 

And some CONFETTI:
 

Confetti from supernatural stars

 

And, some additional Fabio because reasons:

Fabio in the water shaking his hair over and over and over and over

 

Yay, Carrie! 

This is one of two debut titles in the Harlequin POP! series, which are popular culture/nonfiction ebooks about the things we tend to talk about round these here internet parts. 

Want to see the other one? OF COURSE YOU DO: 

 

Book Heidi Rice: Movie Bliss: A Hopeless Romantic Seeks Movies to Love

 

How cool is that? Congratulations to Ms. Rice as well! 

To celebrate, I'm giving away 5 sets of both ebooks in the winner's choice of format. Yay! You can enter below. Standard disclaimers apply: open to international residents where permitted by applicable law. Void where prohibited. Must be over 18 and entirely bedecked in sneak preview green to win. If you are selected as a winner, Mr. Movifone will probably not call but I could prank call you with movie reviews at 2am if you wanted. I suspect you do not. Contest ends 8:00 am ET 9 January 2014. 

Congratulations to Heidi Rice on her new book – and to Carrie on her very *first* book, and good luck! 

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  1. 1
    Chris Z says:

    Congrats to CarrieS!  That is awesome.

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    Lisa says:

    Awesome! Congrats to Carrie. I love P&P adaptations, I will watch any of them. Including the Mormon one (yes, it exists).

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    Heather S says:

    Awesome! Congrats! :D The world needs us to talk more about “Pride and Prejudice”. It just does.

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    MarieC says:

    Congrats! I love some of the P&P adaptations (others…not so much), but am always on the look out for more!

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    Lady T says:

    Congrats,Carrie-just downloaded the book to my Nook!

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    Way to go, CarrieS!

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    Krista says:

    Congrats CarrieS! Just downloaded the book!

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    laj says:

    Terrific! Sold…on my way to 1-Click!

  10. 10

    Hurrah, Carrie! That’s awesome news!

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    CarrieS says:

    Aww thanks everybody!

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    Dread Pirate Rachel says:

    Congratulations, Carrie! Well done!

    Off topic, that Supernatural gif is my everything.

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    DonnaMarie says:

    As someone who barely knows where to put her commas, I bow to you Carrie. Congrats!

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    Catherine says:

    Well done, Carrie!

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    chacha1 says:

    Congratulations Carrie!  If I don’t win the giveaway, I will buy it my own self.  ;-)

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    CarrieS says:

    @DonnaMarie – I can safely say that proper comma use is not the high point of the book.  Thank God for copy editors!

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    Sarita says:

    Sweet! And I second @Dread Pirate Rachel on the gif.

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    Heidi Rice says:

    Adding my congrats to Carrie for an awesome book. Finished reading it last night and LOVED it!

    Anyone who’s ever watched an adaptation of Jane Eyre, P & P or WH and thought WTF? Or, like me, devoured WH at 14 while high on adolescent hormones and has mistakenly thought Heathcliff was a romantic hero ever since NEEDS to read Pride, Prejudice & Popcorn. This book also gives due reverence to Colin Firth’s tousled locks and wet shirt without becoming completely transfixed (no small feat IMHO).

    Cheers too, to Smart Bitches for inviting my book to the party, although not sure I should thank you for that gif of Fabio’s glistening man boobs which now has me in its thrall (and not in a good way!)

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    SB Sarah says:

    @Heidi: Congrats on your new book! Fabio is here to congratulate you. Slowly. Over and over. With hair.

    Seriously, I think you could meditate to that image. Swing, swing….swing, swing….

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    Heidi Rice says:

    Seriously, I think you could meditate to that image. Swing, swing….swing, swing….

    I went past meditation hours ago and entered a Fabio fugue state… But at least now I know why men have nipples!

    Swing, swing… pucker, pucker…swing, swing

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    DarthClavie says:

    Aww, I guess i saw this too late for the giveaway.
    But no matter!!

    Congrats Carrie and Heidi, both books look terrific

  22. 22

    Congrats on the new releases to Carrie and Heidi! :)

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    CarrieS says:

    I just finished Heidi’s book – so funny and insightful!  Her book made me rethink some movies I previously disliked and I was thrilled that she included some of my favorites.  I love a read that makes me laugh and think!

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    CarrieS says:

    @LadyT:  My first review!  Thank you so much!

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    Lady T says:

    You’re very welcome,Carrie-just added that Toby Stephens version of Jane Eyre and the Orla Brady WH to my Netflix list with high hopes for both,indeed:)

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    Ken Houghton says:

    Congratulations to both authors, and thanks to Carrie S. for taking Pride and Prejudice and Popcorn out of contention for the scariest modernization.

    And now, the question to which we all want the answer:  why are you (Sarah) up at 2am?

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    heidi rice says:

    Hey Carrie, thanks so much for the thumbs up!  And cheers everyone for the congrats.

    BTW went to see 12 Years a Slave on Saturday and was in floods of tears by the end of it… Don’t think I’ve ever seen a more harrowing film – and that includes getting taken to see Death Wish 4 on a first date (needless to say that bozo never got another date!). That’s my tip for the Best Film Oscar this year. Just in case anyone’s planning to bet on it.

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