Sarahbeth Purcell

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Sarahbeth Purcell

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in Nashville, The United States
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Bret Easton Ellis, Douglas Coupland, Chuck Palahniuk

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August 2007

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Sarahbeth Purcell was born in Nashville, Tennessee, where she still resides.

Sarahbeth's novel, LOVE IS THE DRUG, was released by Atria/Simon and Schuster in hardback in 2004 and paperback in April 2005, with congratulatory review from publisher's bible "Booklist", among others.

Sarahbeth's second book, THIS IS NOT A LOVE SONG, was released in stores Nationwide by Simon and Schuster / Washington Square Press, April 11, 2006 as well as for download on ebook format via Simon and Schuster's website.

After her second book was published, Sarahbeth concentrated again on her visual art and photography hobby, with gallery exhibitions and sales nationwide.
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Average rating: 3.32 · 277 ratings · 34 reviews · 2 distinct worksSimilar authors
Love Is the Drug

3.46 avg rating — 142 ratings — published 2004 — 7 editions
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This Is Not a Love Song

3.18 avg rating — 135 ratings — published 2006 — 7 editions
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“You hold substance in my psyche”
Sarahbeth Purcell

“Mental imbalance is about as acceptable as herpes. It’s never going to be accepted. But really, it’s a disease just like cancer. It just happens, and eats away all the good parts of your brain, like judgment and happiness and perception and memory and life. And you can die from depression just like any other disease. And it’s not as if people choose it. So why is it still a joke of medicine? “She died of cancer.” is a lot more socially acceptable to people than “She committed suicide.”
Sarahbeth Purcell, Love Is the Drug

“I have to stop being young. I have to get jaded. I have to be cynical. I have to stop speaking. I have to be invisible. He likes things that don't really exist.”
Sarahbeth Purcell, Love Is the Drug




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TyCobbsTeeth TyCobbsTeeth Hi Sarahbeth, thanks for connecting with me on GR.
It's great meeting you.
-Rob
https://www.facebook.com/Robert.Smith...


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Jaree Francis Twilight fanfiction is up. 'No Apologies' edition >
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Harlequin Books Hi Sarahbeth, it's a pleasure to meet you.


message 6: by J

J Hey! Thanks for the friend add! Your picture is stunning-I absolutely love any photo with a camera or a typewriter:) We have a lot of the same favorite books and I can't wait to read yours.

Cheers!


message 5: by Med

Med .....viva forever....
.....live forever....


message 4: by Nathan (last edited Aug 25, 2016 02:15PM)

Nathan If you can promise me your novel is named after a Roxy Music song, I will read your book.

NC


message 3: by Jeremy (last edited Aug 25, 2016 02:08PM)

Jeremy Hi Sarahbeth!

If you don't mind sharing--I was wondering, what's your favorite novel of all time? Or novels?

Here’s wishing you a fantastic day filled with fabulous friendships, fanciful festivities, and frolicking phantom footstools.

-Jeremy :)


message 2: by Rosemary (last edited Aug 25, 2016 01:17PM)

Rosemary Sarahbeth, thank you for the invitation. Super congratulations on your books! They look marvelous--like novels I should share with my daughters.


message 1: by Daniel (last edited Aug 25, 2016 01:08PM)

Daniel Keep writing and writing and writing, Sarabeth . You may become another Margaret Mitchel; never can tell.


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