Robin's Blue #8 on Kindle 100 Bestsellers List in Contemporary Fiction

Still two days to download your FREE Kindle version of Robin's Blue my debut novel. Getting 5-star reviews. Read it. Share it. Link below.“Robin’s Blue” is a brilliantly vivid time capsule of blank generation 80s decadence fused with a poignant and sensitive coming of age tale that’s totally timeless. - Erik Himmelsbach --Contributor, Los Angeles Times"Addictive Read.""Juicy page-turner."...more

FREE Kindle Download of Robin's Blue the Novel Nov. 5-9th

Free Kindle Download promo of Robin's Blue the Novel Nov. 5-9th!Robin’s Blue is an addictive read about a suburban girl turned high-class call girl, set against the backdrop of the Reagan-era 80’s.“Robin’s Blue” is a brilliantly vivid time capsule of blank generation 80s decadence fused with a poignant and sensitive coming of age tale that’s totally timeless. - Erik Himmelsbach --Contributor, Los Angeles Times...more

Excerpt Robin's Blue the Novel available November 1st

I don’t remember Mommy dying, only the finned taillights of my father’s car pulling away from Nana’s curb, the smell of skinless paprika chicken baking in the kitchen, the chime of a grandfather clock. Fragments: Up, Up and Away by the 5th Dimension, Chanel No. 5, a guitar. Mommy’s death marked the passing of my happiness but since I learned early that people didn’t respond well to gloom, I achieved an astounding ruse of lightheartedness. ...more

Is Edith Wharton the New Jane Austen?

Is Edith the new Jane? Going by the old feature writing rule -- twice can be coincidence but thrice is a trend -- Edith Wharton is posed to become the latest literary cottage industry a la Jane Austen. This summer, two first-time authors recast Wharton's novels in contemporary times, and in August there's a new novel starring Edith herself caught up in a passionate love affair. It's also the 150th anniversary of her birth as Edith Newbold Jones. "Keeping up with the Joneses'' supposedly refers to her father's aristocratic New York family, and, of course, it was her incisive novels and short stories of Gilded Age society that won her fame. ...more

Wicked Good - Introduction

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Variations on a Theme with Harmonica

Book Talk: *Every Last One*, by Anna Quindlen

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