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Oprah says the minute she finished The Story of Edgar Sawtelle, she was dying to talk to David Wroblewski. "It's one of those books that when you're done, you just want to talk to the author and say, 'How did you do that?'" 

David's Skyping in to the Oprah Show studio from his home office in Colorado and says he worked on this novel for an entire decade. "My earliest memories have to do with dogs," David says. "So I've been working actively on the novel for about 10 years, but the thoughts that I've had about telling the story of people's relationship with dogs go back almost as long as I can remember."

Watch Oprah's entire conversation with David Wroblewski, the author of The Story of Edgar Sawtelle Watch

Check out Oprah and David's webcast and get everything you need to start reading The Story of Edgar Sawtelle today!
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FROM: Charice and Celine, Plus Oprah's Book Club Pick
Published on September 19, 2008

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