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I always try to keep all you members apprised of special prices and deals. This week Amazon is featuring my World War ll Time Travel Romance, IF ONLY MY DREAMS, at their Kindle Love Stories blog. They've also lowered the price to $1.99 so if you haven't had the chance to read it yet, this week may be a good time!
Here's the Amazon Kindle Love Stories Blog: IF ONLY IN MY DREAMS at Kindle Love Stories
We also created a wonderful "Hallmark movie" video book trailer which you can watch here:
or by going to THE WRITER'S ROOM PROJECT at YouTube: IF ONLY IN MY DREAMS Video Book Trailer
Don't forget that IF ONLY IN DREAMS has a sequel titled…Continue
My publisher, HarperCollins, is giving away 20 copies of my upcoming thriller, THE BLACK WIDOW, at their Goodreads Giveaway! Just follow this link to enter to win... THE BLACK WIDOW Goodreads Giveaway
On December 12, 1988, I was in my early twenties and had been working at Backer Spielvogel Bates, one of New York’s biggest advertising agencies, for a few months. That was the tail end of the industry’s boom era: bottomless expense accounts, margarita lunches, lavish events, perks galore. The agency went all out for the annual holiday party that year, renting out an entire Manhattan nightclub for an evening of open bar and dancing.
My friend Jennie and I had recently read a magazine article about how to be a “Do” and a “Don’t” at the office Christmas party, and that night, we fell squarely into the “Don’t” category. We arrived early, stayed till the end, drank cocktails without alternating a glass of seltzer between each one, danced, gossiped, and dressed provocatively (On me: big earrings, big hair, dramatic makeup, heels, a black spandex mini skirt, and some kind of bizarre majorette-meets-Madonna off-the-shoulder red top–it was the ‘80s, after all).
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a familiar name on the cover and a nice article inside.