Tuesday, November 11, 2014

'Lilian's Last Dance' on Amazon soon! Hope you enjoy it -- we had fun!

NOVEL TELLS STORY OF EARLY AMERICAN FILM, STAGE STUCK PERFORMERS, LOVE, REVENGE, WITH WORLD TRAVEL AND MORE -- Montana outlaws, California connections, actors, painters, bank robbers  

Lively characters from France, England, Hawaii, Australia and the U.S.
are featured in "Lilian's Last Dance," on its way to eBooks Wednesday!

"Lilian's Last Dance'' is coming your way via Amazon!
It's a story of a traveling rep company enroute to Hollywood!
WE ARE still waiting for the publication of the novel, "Lilian's Last Dance." The cyber elves are apparently working overtime in the print shop. We have our copyright, ISBN number, publishing ducks in a row, final edit approved by Amazon. It should be "out there" for all of you later today.
The eBook will soon be in Kindle format at Amazon. But you need not have a Kindle to enjoy it. 
Keller uses an LG tablet to read e-books.  It's not a Kindle but works fine. When the book is "up" at last, search Amazon for the application appropriate for your device, download it, install it, and you'll have a new icon with which you can read Kindle e-books and "Lilian's Last Dance." Stay tuned, and e-mail us if you need additional advice or coaching:
Eiffel Tower -- Paris plays an important role in the novel.
MEANWHILE, HERE'S the novel's skinny: War threatens to rearrange the world’s boundaries as an unlikely trio discovers love crossing all lines. A dashing bi-sexual American bank robber, beautiful French sharpshooter and pioneering British film maker star in a tale of passion, vengeance and honor. “Lilian’s Last Dance,” spans eleven action-packed years, beginning in 1907, unfolding with a radical art movement, developing film industry and the Great War.
Gertrude Stein, Alice B. Toklas
have cameos in the new novel.

Here they're on an Atlantic crossing.
                           --archival art
Outlaws, reporters, ranchers, actors, artists and ex-patriots converge, do battle, and occasionally break the law in settings ranging from New York, France and England to Texas, rural Montana and Hollywood. Real-life cameos include Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks, D.W. Griffith, Conrad Hilton, Ty Cobb, Pablo Picasso, Charlie Chaplin, Edith Wharton, “Buffalo Bill” Cody, Gertrude Stein and many others celebrities of the day.
AUTHORS BILL Jones and Cookie crossed the Atlantic, tramped around London, Paris and Provence, and visited many U.S. states and five countries for inspiration on their characters' lives and haunts. Bruce Keller and Cookie returned to those places in editing and refining the original writing.
Please check back here for updates.....at 7:30 a.m. Thursday, PST the novel was in cyber limbo, enroute to the "page" on eBooks. The book is $7.99. As we wait impatiently for the Amazon book to "appear"..... please be patience with us.  Last word is "Friday at latest...." We share your frustration and thank you for more than 100 e-mails and texts asking "when, when, when???"
Soon as we know, we'll follow up to you with a link to meet and read "Lilian..."  Future blogs will tell the circuitous, lively, sometimes bittersweet tale of the novel's beginnings, sidetracks and completion.
Remember, carpe diem.  Explore, learn, live and visit us Wednesdays, weekends and as the spirit moves at: www.whereiscookie.com

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