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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780671678517
  • Publisher: Touchstone
  • Publication date: 1/5/1993
  • Pages: 304

Meet the Author

Elizabeth Noble
Elizabeth Noble
A former British publishing exec, Elizabeth Noble took a hiatus from the corporate world to have children, and while she was at it penned The Reading Group -- an instant bestseller about the trials and tribulations of a group of women who meet regularly to read and discuss books.

Biography

Elizabeth Noble was born in December 1968, in Buckinghamshire, England. She was educated in England and Canada, where the family lived for several years in Toronto.

In 1990 she graduated from St. Edmund Hall, Oxford University, with a B.A. (Honors) in English language and literature. But it was the diploma (Intensive Secretarial) that she was awarded by the typing school above the Italian café in Covent Garden that got her into her chosen career -- publishing. Over a six year period she worked in the editorial, marketing, publicity, and sales departments of several big publishing houses -- moving every couple of years, once she had made a big enough mess in the filing (note to bewildered successors: check under "m" for miscellaneous). This makes her a tricky author. She speaks fluent publishing.

She took a career break -- she called it "retired" -- to have her two daughters, after her marriage in 1996. When her youngest daughter was ready to go to nursery school, and real work beckoned, she decided to try what she had been threatening to do for years, and wrote a hundred pages of The Reading Group.

Then it took her nine months to work up the courage to send it to an agent. The Reading Group was published in the UK in January 2004 and went straight to the number-one position in The Sunday Times's Fiction Bestseller list. She was supposed to be signing stock in London bookshops the day the chart was announced, but she had grown bored and was trying on trousers -- they didn't fit -- in a ladies' clothing store when the call came. So she was literally caught with her pants down.

The book has since sold almost a quarter of a million copies in the UK. But the other day her elder daughter, Tallulah, told her she would rather she got a job in a chicken plucking factory because then she would be at home more, so she doesn't think there is much danger of her getting conceited.

She has recently finished her second novel -- there were no vacancies at the chicken plucking factory -- and begun her third.

She lives with her husband and their ungrateful children in a haunted vicarage in "the safest village in Surrey," England. They obviously don't know about the ghost.

Biography courtesy of the author's official web site.

Good To Know

Some outtakes from our interview with Elizabeth Noble:

"Researching my novels has changed my life. This year alone, in the name of research, I have abseiled 100 feet off of a viaduct, learnt how to gamble, and danced on stage in a Las Vegas show. At the ripe old age of 36, I've finally realized that you are only here once, and I'm never going to say no to a new experience again (so long as its legal!)."

"I am perpetually engaged in a quest to be thinner, fitter, have better hair, and look more stylish. I'm usually losing."

"Each morning, I pump up the volume on the stereo and dance about the living room with my five- and seven-year-old daughters. It's the best ten minutes of every day."

"I am incredibly close to my parents and siblings. We have gone in very different directions -- my brother teaches mathematics in France, and my sister is a midwife -- but we all have a strong sense of family."

"My friends are hugely important to me, and spending time with them is a precious part of my life."

"I like chocolate, floral white wines, cinema, and being lazy. I love U.S. import TV -- Sex and the City, The West Wing, Desperate Housewives, and Six Feet Under (God bless HBO!)."

"I dislike almost all politicians, pushy parents, and bad manners. And I hate, hate, hate cell phones, and the fact that they mean you can never be ‘unavailable.' "

"I unwind in a hot bath with a big glass of wine, and my ultimate luxury would be 12 hours sleep a night (but my children do not agree)."

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    1. Hometown:
      Wonersh, Guildford, Surrey, England
    1. Date of Birth:
      December 22, 1968
    2. Place of Birth:
      High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England
    1. Education:
      B.A., St. Edmund Hall, Oxford University, 1990
    2. Website:

Table of Contents

Foreword 13
Introduction 15
Ch. 1 The Renaissance of Prenatal Psychology 25
Ch. 2 The Catalyst for My Inner Journey 43
Ch. 3 The Links Between Brain, Mind, and Memory 53
Ch. 4 Birth and Prenatal Symbolism in Dreams and Myths 69
Ch. 5 Accessing Prenatal Events and Preverbal Memories 89
Ch. 6 A Turning Point: My Inner Journey Begins 111
Ch. 7 The Light at the End of the Tunnel: Making Connections 120
Ch. 8 Conception Revisited 141
Ch. 9 Prenatal Dynamics, Generational Patterns, and Life Scripts 155
Ch. 10 Womb View: My Uterine Influences 175
Ch. 11 Birth Burdens and Unkind Cuts 190
Ch. 12 Double Realities: Adoption and Twins 206
Ch. 13 Prenatal Bonding: Children of the Future 227
Ch. 14 Toward Social Transformation 244
Afterword 261
Appendix 1. Guided Visualizations for Pre- and Perinatal Experiences 269
Appendix 2. Questionnaire and Genogram for Expectant Parents 285
Glossary 289
Resources 291
Bibliography and Further Reading 305
Index 321
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