Exclusive chapter, interviews on 'The Carrie Diaries' enhanced app
Wednesday 28 April 2010
The Carrie Diaries, a
Sex and the City prequel written for young adults, is out on April 27 in the US and April 29 in the UK. In addition to picking up a copy of the book, readers can download an enhanced app that includes interviews with Bushnell and a chapter from the next book in the series, or access as a website with additional free content.
The enhanced e-book, at $14.99, includes the full text of the book, plus a synchronized audio version read by Sarah Drew (Dr. April Kepner on Grey's Anatomy), as well as video interviews with Candace Bushnell and a chapter from her next young adult book.
A website created in support of the book features a Carrie Diaries playlist and a "Which Carrie Diaries character are you?" Facebook quiz. Also posted are the details of ten US appearances Bushnell will make in support of the book.
The Carrie Diaries tells the story of Carrie Bradshaw's small town beginnings and early friendships, how she finds her first love and her voice as a writer, and what leads her to Manhattan. The book is the first of two young adult books Bushnell is set to write.
The enhanced eBook app: itms://itunes.apple.com/us/app/the-carrie-diaries-by-candace/id368237590?mt=8
The Carrie Diaries website: http://www.harperteen.com/carriediaries
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