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  • Journal

    Allen, T.

    Mystery and the Romance Reader

    2004 - Collection Management

    In-text: (Allen 161-178)

    Your Bibliography: Allen, Tracy. "Mystery And The Romance Reader." Collection Management 29.3-4 (2004): 161-178. Web.

  • Magazine

    Cochran, T.

    Jersey Janet Takes on the World

    2003 - Publishers Weekly

    I knew that I wanted to give people a sense of family and community."

    In-text: (Cochran)

    Your Bibliography: Cochran, Tracy. "Jersey Janet Takes On The World." Publishers Weekly 2003. Web. 17 Apr. 2017.

  • Book

    Evanovich, J.

    Ten big ones

    2005 - Headline Book Publishing - London

    p326 - poorer “he’s the father of your child, he’s a lawyer, sort of, he’s almost as tall as you

    In-text: (Evanovich)

    Your Bibliography: Evanovich, Janet. Ten Big Ones. 1st ed. London: Headline Book Publishing, 2005. Print.

  • Book

    Evanovich, J.

    Ten big ones

    2005 - Headline Book Publishing - London

    In-text: (Evanovich)

    Your Bibliography: Evanovich, Janet. Ten Big Ones. 1st ed. London: Headline Book Publishing, 2005. Print.

  • Book

    Evanovich, J.

    Three to get Deadly

    2017 - Penguin - London

    p171-"It's always nice to have a stud muffin at the table"

    In-text: (Evanovich)

    Your Bibliography: Evanovich, Janet. Three To Get Deadly. 1st ed. London: Penguin, 2017. Print.

  • Book

    Evanovich, J.

    To the nines

    2005 - Review - London

    “he was the best and possibly only, shot at getting me [ ] respectably married.” p114

    In-text: (Evanovich)

    Your Bibliography: Evanovich, Janet. To The Nines. 1st ed. London: Review, 2005. Print.

  • Book

    Evanovich, J.

    To the nines

    2005 - Review - London

    In-text: (Evanovich)

    Your Bibliography: Evanovich, Janet. To The Nines. London: Review, 2005. Print.

  • Book

    Fielding, H.

    Bridget Jones' Diary

    1997 - Picador - London

    'mummy' p39

    In-text: (Fielding)

    Your Bibliography: Fielding, Helen. Bridget Jones' Diary. 1st ed. London: Picador, 1997. Print.

  • Journal

    Garroway, K. H.

    Was Bathsheba the Original Bridget Jones? A New Look at Bathsheba on Screen and in Biblical Scholarship

    2013 - Nashim: A Journal of Jewish Women's Studies & Gender Issues

    In-text: (Garroway 53-73)

    Your Bibliography: Garroway, Kristine Henriksen. "Was Bathsheba The Original Bridget Jones? A New Look At Bathsheba On Screen And In Biblical Scholarship." Nashim: A Journal of Jewish Women's Studies & Gender Issues 24 (2013): 53-73. Web.

  • Journal

    GENZ, S.

    Singled Out: Postfeminism's “New Woman” and the Dilemma of Having It All

    2010 - The Journal of Popular Culture

    In-text: (GENZ 97-119)

    Your Bibliography: GENZ, STÉPHANIE. "Singled Out: Postfeminism's “New Woman” And The Dilemma Of Having It All." The Journal of Popular Culture 43.1 (2010): 97-119. Web.

  • Website

    Helen Fielding Is Not Bridget Jones by Dave

    2017

    In-text: ("Helen Fielding Is Not Bridget Jones By Dave")

    Your Bibliography: "Helen Fielding Is Not Bridget Jones By Dave." Powells.com. N.p., 2017. Web. 17 Apr. 2017.

  • Website

    Janet’s Bio

    2017

    When the box was full I burned the whole damn thing, crammed myself into pantyhose and went to work for a temp agency. Four months into my less than stellar secretarial career, I got a call from an editor offering to buy my last mailed (and heretofore forgotten) manuscript. It was a romance written for the now defunct Second Chance at Love line, and I was paid a staggering $2,000. With my head reeling from all this money, I plunged into writing romance novels full time, saying good-by, good riddance to pantyhose and office politics.

    In-text: ("Janet’S Bio")

    Your Bibliography: "Janet’S Bio." Evanovich.com. N.p., 2017. Web. 19 Apr. 2017.

  • Book

    Krajenbrink, M. and Quinn, K. M.

    Investigating identities

    2009 - Rodopi - Amsterdam

    Plum's the Girl! Janet Evanovich and the Empowerment of Ms Common America.by D'haen, Theo Investigating Identities: Questions of Identity in Contemporary International Crime Fiction

    In-text: (Krajenbrink and Quinn)

    Your Bibliography: Krajenbrink, Marieke, and Kate M Quinn. Investigating Identities. 1st ed. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2009. Print.

  • Journal

    Leyden, K. M., Goldberg, A. and Michelbach, P.

    Understanding the Pursuit of Happiness in Ten Major Cities

    2011 - Urban Affairs Review

    Cities "foster the types of social connections that improve happiness and ultimately enhance the attractiveness of living in the city."

    In-text: (Leyden, Goldberg and Michelbach 861-888)

    Your Bibliography: Leyden, K. M., A. Goldberg, and P. Michelbach. "Understanding The Pursuit Of Happiness In Ten Major Cities." Urban Affairs Review 47.6 (2011): 861-888. Web.

  • Journal

    Marsh, K. A.

    Contextualizing Bridget Jones

    2004 - College Literature

    In-text: (Marsh 52-72)

    Your Bibliography: Marsh, Kelly A. "Contextualizing Bridget Jones." College Literature 31.1 (2004): 52-72. Web.

  • Website

    Mcleod, D.

    Interview: Helen Fielding

    2017

    Bridget is the ultimate everywoman. And so is Fielding. Like all good speakers, she’s an extremely likable woman. One of the first questions from the floor is ‘Are you Bridget Jones?’. ‘I used to feel like I was carrying a sign around my neck saying ‘I’m not Bridget Jones’. Everyone asked that. Although actually it is quite autobiographical!

    In-text: (Mcleod)

    Your Bibliography: Mcleod, Dave. "Interview: Helen Fielding." Cherwell.org. N.p., 2017. Web. 17 Apr. 2017.

  • Journal

    McRobbie, A.

    Post‐feminism and popular culture

    2004 - Feminist Media Studies

    In-text: (McRobbie 255-264)

    Your Bibliography: McRobbie, Angela. "Post‐Feminism And Popular Culture." Feminist Media Studies 4.3 (2004): 255-264. Web.

  • Newspaper

    NUSSBAUMNOV, D.

    IN PERSON; Imagine Trenton. One Author Did.

    2002 - The New York Times

    ''In Jersey we have a sense of humor about ourselves,'' she said. ''I love the attitude and the energy. I think it's obvious I love Jersey, and so I poke fun at it. Everyone is willing to smile and enjoy it.'' Grandma Mazur, who gets her kicks by going to viewings and funerals and knows the hot gossip in town -- is woven from her Aunt Lena and Grandmother Fanny. Stephanie Plum's mother, who always has a roast in the oven and expects to eat at 6 sharp, is not unlike her own mother. the Chambersburg neighborhood as the setting since it reminded her of the area in which she grew up in South River -

    In-text: (NUSSBAUMNOV)

    Your Bibliography: NUSSBAUMNOV, DEBRA. "IN PERSON; Imagine Trenton. One Author Did.." The New York Times 2002. Web. 17 Apr. 2017.

  • Journal

    Robson, G. and Butler, T.

    Coming to Terms with London: Middle-class Communities in a Global City

    2001 - International Journal of Urban and Regional Research

    In-text: (Robson and Butler 70-86)

    Your Bibliography: Robson, Garry, and Tim Butler. "Coming To Terms With London: Middle-Class Communities In A Global City." International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 25.1 (2001): 70-86. Web.

  • Journal

    Sies, M. C.

    North American Suburbs, 1880-1950: Cultural and Social Reconsiderations

    2001 - Journal of Urban History

    "This "vigorous intensity" of community life, the broad based commitment on the part of community members to the local place, and willingness of neighbours to band together to fight local battles have been commonly observed in most case studies of North American suburbs."

    In-text: (Sies 313-346)

    Your Bibliography: Sies, M. C. "North American Suburbs, 1880-1950: Cultural And Social Reconsiderations." Journal of Urban History 27.3 (2001): 313-346. Web. 29 Apr. 2017.

  • Journal

    Turnbull, S.

    `Nice dress, take it off': Crime, romance and the pleasure of the text

    2002 - International Journal of Cultural Studies

    In-text: (Turnbull 67-82)

    Your Bibliography: Turnbull, S. "`Nice Dress, Take It Off': Crime, Romance And The Pleasure Of The Text." International Journal of Cultural Studies 5.1 (2002): 67-82. Web.

  • Journal

    White diaspora: the suburb and the twentieth-century American novel

    2002 - Choice Reviews Online

    In-text: ("White Diaspora: The Suburb And The Twentieth-Century American Novel" 39-3252-39-3252)

    Your Bibliography: "White Diaspora: The Suburb And The Twentieth-Century American Novel." Choice Reviews Online 39.06 (2002): 39-3252-39-3252. Web.

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