Электронная книга: Sarah Mlynowski «Fishbowl»


Allison, Jodine and Emma set their apartment on fire. No, they didn't do it on purpose.What kind of lunatics do you think they are? And don't go worrying. No one got hurt, although they did go to the hospital. Unfortunately, there was no one in white yelling stat!, no one climbing aboard a gurney to thump life back into someone's heart and no hot paramedic performing artificial respiration.What they do have now is one giant repair bill and no money. Problem? No way! Not for three bright women with a great fund-raising idea–they'll organize swanky soirees and dating seminars. Perfect. How could this possibly go wrong…?

Издательство: "HarperCollins"

ISBN: 9781408955604

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Sarah Mlynowski

Sarah Mlynowski
Born January 4, 1977 (1977-01-04) (age 34)
Montreal (Canada)
Occupation Novelist
Nationality Canadian
Citizenship U.S.American
Period 2001-Present
Genres Romance
Spouse(s) Todd
Children Chloe
Relative(s) Elissa Ambrose (mother)


Sarah Mlynowski (b. January 4, 1977 in Montreal, Canada) is an editor and a writer of chick lit and young-adult fiction novels. In 2001, she published her first novel Milkrun, which has since been published in 16 countries, selling over 600,000 copies around the globe.[1]

Married, Sarah lives in New York City, United States.



Personal life

Sarah Mlynowski was born on January 4, 1977 in Montreal, Canada. She is the daughter of the romance writer Elissa Ambrose. Her parents are divorced, and she has one sister, Aviva Mlynowski, and an older stepsister.

Married since 2004 with Todd. She has a daughter named Chloe with him.


Milkrun, 2001/Dec

She graduated with an Honors degree in English literature from McGill University. Later, she moved to Toronto to work for Harlequin Enterprises Ltd. She used her romance publishing experiences to fuel her first novel "Milkrun", which has since been published in 16 countries, selling over 600,000 copies around the globe. When her second novel, "Fishbowl", received even more accolades, including a starred review from Booklist and being named one of Waldenbooks Best Women's Fiction novels of 2002, she moved to New York City to write full-time. She writes "chick lit" and "teen lit" novels, and she also co-wrote the first guide to writing chick lit: See Jane Write.[1]


As editor

Anthologies edited

As writer

Chick Lit

Single novels
  • Milkrun (2001)
  • Fishbowl (2002)
  • Monkey Business (2004)
  • As Seen on TV (2004)
  • Me Vs. Me (2006)
  • Gimme a Call (2010)
  • Ten Things We Did (and Probably Shouldn't Have) (2011)

Teen Lit

Sarah has written a YA Quartet known as the 'MAGIC IN MANHATTAN' (used to be called the 'ALL ABOUT RACHEL SERIES'). Rachel, the main character is an average 14 year old. Little does she know that her mom (and annoying sister) are witches. In the first book 'BRAS & BROOMSTICKS' Rachel falls head over heels for a boy, her dad decides to remarry and soon, instead of being jealous of her sister Miri she thinks about all the advantages instead...






Collaborative Efforts

Non fiction

  • See Jane Write (2006) (with Farrin Jacobs)


External links

Источник: Sarah Mlynowski

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  • Fishbowl — ist eine Methode der Diskussionsführung in großen Gruppen. Die Methode hat ihren Namen nach der Sitzordnung: sie gleicht einem Goldfischglas, um das die Teilnehmer im Kreis herumsitzen. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Ablauf eines Fishbowls 2 Regeln 3… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • fishbowl — [fish′bōl΄] n. 1. a glass bowl in which goldfish, snails, etc. are kept; small aquarium 2. any place where one s activities are open to public view …   English World dictionary

  • Fishbowl — A fishbowl is a container for fish. See aquarium.Fishbowl can also refer to: * Fishbowl (conversation), a debate format * My Fishbowl, an episode of the television show Scrubs * Amazon Fishbowl, a talk show on Amazon.com hosted by comedian Bill… …   Wikipedia

  • fishbowl — UK [ˈfɪʃˌbəʊl] / US [ˈfɪʃˌboʊl] noun [countable] Word forms fishbowl : singular fishbowl plural fishbowls 1) a glass bowl for keeping live fish as pets 2) mainly journalism a situation where nothing is private and people can see everything that… …   English dictionary

  • fishbowl — noun a) A small simple aquarium. b) A term describing a place or event of intense scrutiny. Enthusiastic sports cities are often said to place the players on their team in a fishbowl atmosphere …   Wiktionary

  • fishbowl — fish|bowl [ˈfıʃbəul US boul] n 1.) a glass bowl that you can keep fish in 2.) a place or situation in which you cannot do anything in private ▪ Being in a small town like this is like living in a fishbowl …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • fishbowl — /ˈfɪʃboʊl/ (say fishbohl) noun 1. a glass bowl in which an ornamental fish is kept. 2. any place or way of life which is open to the public gaze: to live in a fishbowl …   Australian English dictionary

  • fishbowl — noun Date: 1906 1. a bowl for the keeping of live fish 2. a place or condition that affords no privacy …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • fishbowl — 1) a round glass bowl used for keeping ornamental or pet fish 2) a situation where one s activities are constantly observed, scrutinised, commented on, etc 3) jail …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • fishbowl — /fish bohl /, n. 1. a glass bowl for goldfish, snails, etc. 2. a place, job, or condition in which one s activities are open to public view or scrutiny. Also, fish bowl. [1905 10; FISH + BOWL1] * * * …   Universalium

  • fishbowl — fish|bowl [ fıʃ,boul ] noun count 1. ) a glass bowl for keeping live fish as pets 2. ) MAINLY JOURNALISM a situation where nothing is private and people can see everything that happens …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English