Afternoon Delight

  December 16, 2014   I’m still spinning two weeks after my Sunday reading to Deborah Finley’s friends in San Diego. The setting on her lovely deck, featured a table set with champagne and wine, elegant crystal flutes and an assortment of the finest cheeses and pastries. Central casting couldn’t have chosen a better audience…

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My First Interview

Marketing my book, “Confessions of a Geriatric Prom Queen” has been as great a challenge as mastering the computer code of self-publishing. The skill that has helped me overcome my lack of skill in many areas is my openness to suggestions from people I meet in unexpected places. I made a wonderful contact on the…

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Into The Woods

  Rosie Borsay worked very hard to make the Laguna Woods Book Reading a very successful event October 22. She was able to reserve a room at Clubhouse 3 that easily accommodated the 26 guests who showed up even before we had finished arranging the cheese, crackers and cookies on beautiful silver platters and uncorked…

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Reading and Book Signing

      We had a delightful time during our most recent afternoon reading and book signing. If you are interested in hosting a small gathering for a reading and book signing event with Lila, please contact us using the form on the site’s Contact page…

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The Rabbi’s Words

  (Confessions Blog 1)   In observance of Yom Kippur, the day of atonement, forgiveness, and honoring those who have died, I arranged to read a story at Story Salon to commemorate the holiday and maybe get some extra chuckles because it took place in a San Francisco saloon. “I Left My Heart at the…

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Online, a poem

  Online   I’d love to tell my friends I’m dating Mark Twain. They’d admire my high-tech ingenuity when I tell them I met him online. A Silicon Valley dude clones history’s most dateable men for discriminating women. I pressed the app for Sam Clemens, sent him my resume, bio, and photos, cropped and artfully…

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