POTLUCK

Of course, I’d love to come to your holiday dinner. What can I bring? Wine? A box of candy? No. You want a vegetable dish. What about green beans in mushroom soup with fried onions on top? Oh, Debbie’s bringing that. She does every year. What about a Kale salad that I can buy at…

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Interview at Beach Bound Books

Join me for my interview at Beach Bound Books. I’m answering a number of questions about my book and me. Here’s one of the questions; BBB: What inspired your book, Confessions of Geriatric Prom Queen? LLS: I was surprised to learn that my young audiences were delighted with her seven minute, ribald stories about seniors…

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Meet the Author Party

Sometimes the hard work of writing a book might be the easy part. The networking part, connecting with your readers might be a little trickier and require some savvy conversation. Find out what happens during a “Meet the Author” party in the home of a good friend of mine at Reading…Dreaming…

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Virtual Book Tour Begins!

My virtual book tour for Confessions of a Geriatric Prom Queen starts today and I’m featured at #FeedArt – The Dangerous Lee Network with my book excerpt Take Two – a Movie Shoot with an Amateur Director.   Take Two – A Movie Shoot with an Amateur Director Milton called from Best Buy, all exited,…

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Dear Friends

April 14, 2015 If you’re worried that you might have missed seeing me on Ellen’s show or that you didn’t stay up late enough to catch me being interviewed by one of those younger Jimmy fellows, stop fretting! When a personal appearance on nation-wide TV is imminent, you’ll be notified. One of my senior girlfriends…

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Who Would Believe?

January 15, 2015   Something magical has been happening since I got up the nerve to publish my book, “Confessions of a Geriatric Prom Queen”. I present it at readings. I carry it with me everywhere and expose it at every opportunity. I don’t care if people laugh and are shocked and embarrassed and even…

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Prom Queen sited at Crown Books

  January 1, 2015   Sue, the Manager at Crown Books in Woodland Hills, was very helpful. She displayed my poster, ordered coffee, set up tables and brought out chairs on a chilly December 14 afternoon. The only problem was that she was setting up my book reading in a corner of the Children’s Book…

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