Thursday, November 13, 2014

JUST PUBLISHED: 'Lilian's Last Dance' available NOW

 

AUTHOR THANKS READERS FOR PATIENCE, LOVE, SUPPORT!


 Extra: "Something in addition to what is due, expected, or customary"


Roll 'em, friends! "Lilian's Last Dance"
is on Amazon eBooks today!!! Hooray.
 HERE'S A brief "extra."
We are thrilled to tell you that "Lilian's Last Dance" is finally up on Amazon eBooks.
This has been the longest 20 hours of my life, since we received Amazon's "thumbs up" on the final edit at 9:11 a.m. Wednesday.

Here's the link:
Click Here ==> Lilian's Last Dance
Writers Bill Jones, Christene Meyers
 on the Queen Elizabeth II, researching
"Lilian's Last Dance" in 1998.

Hope you have as much fun reading it as we've had writing it, designing it, following its characters around the world, editing it with painstaking persistence and getting it properly formatted for publication.
As our agent/guru says, "It's like giving birth.  And we're the midwives."
 I'm recalling Butterfly McQueen's famous line in "Gone with the Wind":
"Miss Scarlet, I don't know nothin' 'bout birthin' babies! ......
Christene Meyers (Cookie) and Bruce Keller in the Hollywood
Hills, on the trail of the characters in the just out novel.
But I do know plenty about performance, anticipation, waiting in the wings, stealing that extra bow.
Very happy at this moment, and grateful for all the support and encouragement.  "Lilian" has been a long time coming! Let's hope readers believe it worth the wait and share their comments on Amazon!
So happy reading. We'll be blogging about the ups and downs of writing, researching and getting the novel into print -- from its 1997 inception to its completion last week.
COMING SATURDAY: Where we went, how we crafted the characters in "Lilian's Last Dance." We followed the action from the rain forests of Peru to the Hollywood Hills, Gertrude Stein's art salon in Paris and more. Remember to explore, learn and live. Carpe diem! Tell your friends about www.whereiscookie.com

2 comments:

  1. Just started to read... I can not put the book down! Stuart

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