Getting It! - Jane Blanchard Reviews
Description:ISBN 0751533645 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Jane Blanchard / Paperback / 370 Pages / Book is published 2003-09-18 by Time Warner Paperbacks
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by - written on 10/10/08 (Very useful, 83 readings)
My dad gave me lots of books recently that he had picked up from charity shops and the like for me, one of which was 'Getting it!' by Jane Blanchard. I had never heard of either the author or the book, however when I read the back cover and realised it was about a shopping channel, I knew I wanted to read it. I've mentioned the products I've purchased from the shopping channels in a couple of previous reviews, and people I know are always taking the mick out of me for watching them so much! ~The Plot~ Fran is 42 and has been working for her local paper, The Hartford Echo, for over 20 years. She is a reporter, but also writes an outrageous horoscope ... Read the complete review
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