The book is here!

Have you read “Crash Into Me” yet? Available at Amazon.com, bn.com, borders.com and most independent bookstores. Feel free to leave a comment/review here or on the sites. Thank you to ICM, Bloomsbury, my great team and my family. We’ll be posting appearances and signing as we merge this blog into a new one soon.

Comments

  1. Congratulations.

    I hope it becomes a best seller.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Why thank you! I forgot to hyperlink to the Amazon site for purchase:

    http://www.amazon.com/Crash-Into-Me-Survivors-Justice/dp/1596915854/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1296690769&sr=1-1

    Enjoy!

  3. Hi. I just picked it up today from a library here in Vancouver, BC, Canada. I read it all tonight – well-written and of course horrifying. I hope the media you get is positive. Honestly though, I hope you don't go on Oprah – nothing seems very genuine on there and I don't think Oprah really cares about her guests – it's all about rating.
    – Karen

  4. Is it true that our planet will be renamed “Oprah?”

  5. Picked it up after your appearance on Today. Just finished it this morning. I cried….I am the mother of a teen survivor….I just wish I knew how to help her heal. Thank you for sharing your story…I still am not sure if it is best ro me to encourage her to read it or not.

    • Give it some time – then hand her the book. In the meantime, just listen, hold her hand, keep the lines of communication open and offer her all of your unconditional love and acceptance. She is a survivor! And so are you – a secondary one. Keep self-care in mind for both of you!

  6. Hi Liz,
    I also saw you on “Today” and I was also “First year” at UVA in 1984. I think I may have known you. Did you live in “Courtney Dorm”? My name is Tim. I was a basketball player that lived upstairs from a girl named Liz in Courtney.

    Anyway, you are an inspiration and you should be very proud that you have used something so horrible to help others. God Bless You.

    • Hi, Tim! I am a little behind on the transfer of my blog here! I didn’t live in Courtney dorm – lived in Gwathmey first year. And yay, UVA basketball! I hate when folks lump all fraternity guys or athletes in with rapists, so I treasure your comment. I’m trying to think of the other Liz’s I knew there.

      Many thanks for your sweet comment. Go ‘Hoos! Hope you are doing well in life and that your dreams have come true! God Bless.

  7. liz, at the booksigning you said that you understood the reasons or rationale for having a statute of limitations for felony rape that the majority of states have.

    what specifically are those reasons or rationale?

    COLA

  8. Hi Liz, I am almost finished with your book. I applaud your courage to come forward. You are helping many people (men and women) who are raped each year. The book is refreshingly honest and authentic and I respect you for speaking the truth and not backing down.
    Jen

  9. I read your book in a day. My daughter is a sexual assault survivor. She, too, was assaulted on a college campus. She's moved on, but I struggle with a need for justice. She is in law school–and, I believe that education is her way of dealing with the injustice of society's attitudes towards women who are raped.
    Thank you for sharing your story. You are making a difference.

    • Thank you, Laurel. I went to school with a wonderful girl named Laurel. I am sorry, but not surprised, to hear of what happened to your daughter. Help her stay strong – she sounds like she has great attitude (and a wonderful Mom!).

      Many thanks! xoxo

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