Author: Ava Zavora
Publication: September 16th, 2013 (First published August 31st, 2013)
Genre: Contemporary Romance
“You’re the more real to me than any man I’ve ever known …”
To book blogger Eden, Adam is the embodiment of every literary fantasy she’s ever had. Intelligent, wickedly funny, sexy, and attentive – he and his fascinating life seem right out of a novel. Their whirlwind relationship is so intense and all consuming that soon she can’t imagine being with anyone else.
But there’s one little thing that’s keeping Adam and Eden from their happily ever after.
In her childhood, Ava Zavora used to ride water buffaloes and wade in swamps. When she discovered books, she would go adventuring with Anne of Green Gables, the Pevensies, Bilbo Baggins, or Alanna of Trebond. She incurred her mother's displeasure for reading too many romance novels, so she learned to hide them and read underneath covers with a flashlight late at night. Now, she travels and write dark fairy tales and romantic novels about adventurous women. And she still stays up too late reading, even though she doesn't get in trouble for it anymore.Website | Facebook | Twitter | Google+ | Pinterest | Goodreads
Inspiration behind Dear Adam Movies and novels with a series of letters or emailsIn Dear Adam, book blogger Eden enters a passionate online relationship with a mysterious Englishman named Adam. Although they eventually talk over the phone, their communication begins with tweets, then progresses to e-mails, chats, and texts, the modern reincarnations of the old-fashioned love letter. Because they communicate this way, Dear Adam can be characterized as an epistolary novel (one written in the form of a series of letters).
Two of my favorite movies of all time are epistolary, involving real letters or e-mails. Who hasn't seen You've Got Mail, where two rival bookstore owners unknowingly send each other flirtatious e-mails under the Internet monikers of NY152 and shopgirl?
Which are your favorite movies or novels featuring letters/e-mails?