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  • Lori, congratulations on your new book! I will be rushing to Amazon to pre-order Substitute Me. Your post came at a valuable time for me. My first book (non-fiction) B...
  • Maria, I like that headshot you traded your editing skills to get. And getting free wine and snacks and the views of Manhattan from the penthouse roof-deck - you are i...
  • Thanks SO MUCH for all the feedback on what I've written about self-publishing my own memoir, "Cheap Cabernet: A Friendship" -- and just for your WONDERFUL support in...
  • Update: I'm now on Week 3, in Portland, and things are still going great!  Reasonably...store events (and then mailing the leftovers home). Ah the glamorous life of a modern author...
  • Yes, mountains of oyster shells and empty bottles of fine wine -- the telling detail that seems to signal the rich, sophisticated life of American expatriates in Franc...
  • Hi Juliet, thank you for your comment. I didn't like the idea of having just me and a bunch of books with food and wine. Too much focus just on me. This way it has a lively feel and people are having fun while hopefully getting the word out about the book and selling! 
  • Gina, Thank you so much for your comments. This would be so much better over a cup of.... While Harlequin does post guidelines, their writers are not sending away for model kits and simply applying glu...
  • Fabulous story, Bella. I'm going to go LIKE your book page :) It's good to know that sharing your personal stories were what attracted your fans.  Sometimes I fear sha...
  • I couldn't agree more. Just sit yourself down with a bottle of good red wine and a simply prepared meal and a handful of warm-hearted guests, and toast to the possibility of inner peace.
  • Interesting article. I had a writer's dream life too - slightly debauched and dog-eared - most of the debauchery was of the red wine and silk pyjamas variety. The real...