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SAVING GRACE in stores now!

January 1st, 2015

Jane Green - Saving Grace - USMy sixteenth novel, Saving Grace, is now in stores in the US. If you haven’t already pre-ordered, it would mean the world to me if you would dash out to your local bookstore or go online and order it.

People calls Saving Grace a “page-turner,” Library Journal calls it “fast-paced and emotionally satisfying,” and RT Book Reviews calls it “an artfully written adventure.” The novel was also named an Amazon “Best Book of the Month.”

Sending big love and thanks for all your support!

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From Instagram: Just finished. Absolutely loved.

March 3rd, 2015

From Instagram: Just finished. Absolutely loved.

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From Instagram: If these eggs weren't from my own chickens I would swear that gigantic one at the bottom was genetically modified…

March 2nd, 2015

From Instagram: If these eggs weren't from my own chickens I would swear that gigantic one at the bottom was genetically modified...

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From Instagram: First fire in the new house. And already, it feels like home.

February 24th, 2015

From Instagram: First fire in the new house. And already, it feels like home.

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From Instagram: A port in the storm – what else could you possibly need, in a snow storm, surrounded by boxes and dust, other than a big, squishy sofa and a blanket that feels like a giant (fake) cat. The real cats are coming back to their new home on Monday, when the contractors will be gone, and doors will be closed, and there is less risk of them escaping outdoors in a panic, not knowing how to find their way back.Taking a break from unpacking to curl up and feel so much gratitude for this house, this life, and a room of my own.

February 21st, 2015

From Instagram: A port in the storm - what else could you possibly need, in a snow storm, surrounded by boxes and dust, other than a big, squishy sofa and a blanket that feels like a giant (fake) cat. The real cats are coming back to their new home on Monday, when the contractors will be gone, and doors will be closed, and there is less risk of them escaping outdoors in a panic, not knowing how to find their way back.Taking a break from unpacking to curl up and feel so much gratitude for this house, this life, and a room of my own.

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From Instagram: A kitchen transformed in three days, courtesy of #HomeDepot for brackets and shelves, the cheapest subway tile for the walls, a stainless steel work table from a restaurant supply store, and some fantastic builders. There are still some changes I would love to make in the future but look at the transformation!! We had coffee sitting at the island this morning, and couldn't wipe the grin off our faces. Now I can't wait to start cooking…

February 21st, 2015

From Instagram: A kitchen transformed in three days, courtesy of #HomeDepot for brackets and shelves, the cheapest subway tile for the walls, a stainless steel work table from a restaurant supply store, and some fantastic builders. There are still some changes I would love to make in the future but look at the transformation!! We had coffee sitting at the island this morning, and couldn't wipe the grin off our faces. Now I can't wait to start cooking...

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From Instagram: We fell in love with the location, the water views, the potential of restoring an old house to a charm and glory it may not have ever seen before. We fell in love, and now we’re here, and in my romanticizing, I hadn’t thought about practical matters like storage, or furniture arrangements, or what to do with all your stuff when you are moving to a house just over half the size. Of course we have had construction creep. We started by pulling off one row of cabinets in the kitchen, and tiling the wall with subway tile. I had a vision of open shelves, our white plates and bowls piled high. My husband went away, and said, don’t do anything else, Jane. Let’s just move in and live with it for a while. I kept looking at the newly-tiled wall, how fantastic it looked, how it immediately updated the somewhat dated kitchen, and made the rest of the kitchen look even worse by comparison; it seemed obvious to keep going. More cabinets came off. More tiles were bought. One wall has turned into an entire kitchen. Bookshelves have been swiftly built, but not nearly enough. Boxes and boxes of books, and decorative accessories, and stuff, are piled up, with nowhere to go. There are swarms of people helping, and I keep walking round and round, looking at the boxes, desperate to unpack, but I can’t until the shelves are painted. Patience has never been my strong point. Half our furniture is missing, off to be re-upholstered in beachy blues and whites, and the living room is filled with disparate furniture that doesn’t belong. Every time I have moved in the past, the house has looked like a home within two days. This one will take a while longer, and the magnitude of what we have to do is so overwhelming, I am slightly paralyzed. Thank God for waking up every morning to the gorgeous views, to the fact that as I sit here now, at my desk, in my office, I am glancing out the window to see the sun glinting off Long Island Sound. It makes me happy to be here, willing to look beyond the chaos to the calm. Look out for before and after photos of the kitchen, coming as soon as I have unpacked. Grateful for all of it. So grateful.

February 20th, 2015

From Instagram: We fell in love with the location, the water views, the potential of restoring an old house to a charm and glory it may not have ever seen before. We fell in love, and now we’re here, and in my romanticizing, I hadn’t thought about practical matters like storage, or furniture arrangements, or what to do with all your stuff when you are moving to a house just over half the size. Of course we have had construction creep. We started by pulling off one row of cabinets in the kitchen, and tiling the wall with subway tile. I had a vision of open shelves, our white plates and bowls piled high. My husband went away, and said, don’t do anything else, Jane. Let’s just move in and live with it for a while. I kept looking at the newly-tiled wall, how fantastic it looked, how it immediately updated the somewhat dated kitchen, and made the rest of the kitchen look even worse by comparison; it seemed obvious to keep going. More cabinets came off. More tiles were bought. One wall has turned into an entire kitchen. Bookshelves have been swiftly built, but not nearly enough. Boxes and boxes of books, and decorative accessories, and stuff, are piled up, with nowhere to go. There are swarms of people helping, and I keep walking round and round, looking at the boxes, desperate to unpack, but I can’t until the shelves are painted. Patience has never been my strong point. Half our furniture is missing, off to be re-upholstered in beachy blues and whites, and the living room is filled with disparate furniture that doesn’t belong. Every time I have moved in the past, the house has looked like a home within two days. This one will take a while longer, and the magnitude of what we have to do is so overwhelming, I am slightly paralyzed. Thank God for waking up every morning to the gorgeous views, to the fact that as I sit here now, at my desk, in my office, I am glancing out the window to see the sun glinting off Long Island Sound. It makes me happy to be here, willing to look beyond the chaos to the calm. Look out for before and after photos of the kitchen, coming as soon as I have unpacked. Grateful for all of it. So grateful.

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From Instagram: Oh, okay then. Here it is in Summer!

February 18th, 2015

From Instagram: Oh, okay then. Here it is in Summer!

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From Instagram: Goodbye Figless Manor, welcome, gorgeous water views that put a smile on my face every time I look out the window. Any window. This is, as you can see, a magical spot, and today is moving day. Wish me luck, people!!

February 18th, 2015

From Instagram: Goodbye Figless Manor, welcome, gorgeous water views that put a smile on my face every time I look out the window. Any window. This is, as you can see, a magical spot, and today is moving day. Wish me luck, people!!

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Jane Green

Jane Green’s sixteenth novel, SAVING GRACE, is in stores now; she is the author of fifteen previous New York Times bestselling novels.

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