West Boca Branch Library presents
Boca Raton Branch National League of American Pen Women
So You Want to be a Writer
Book Talk Including Q & A and Sale
JANUARY 29, 2014 2:30PM
18685 State Road 7 Boca Raton, Florida 33498 Phone: (561) 470-1600
Lea Becker “Children, I'm Home!” A humorous memoir of my struggle to become a lawyer while working full-time, going to night school and managing a household of 3 kids as a single mother.
Elaine Bossik “The Last Victim” Sophie Rothman is a Jewish-American mother obsessed with hoarding money. Her obsession punishes everyone in her family. But it is the shocking secret she harbors that sets in motion a tragedy that follows her youngest daughter, Jeanie, through Brooklyn, the Catskills, Israel and Masada. A fast-paced story!
Jo Jo Harder Known for her successful America's Top Dog Model (R) Contest, has penned the "first" guide to help Fifi become a superstar, "How to Become a Top Dog Model." Celebrating "top dogs that make a difference" this informative book filled with amazing, color photos will keep readers entertained for many days to come!
Marta Luzim "The Calling - Out of Her Mind" Book One in the trilogy Book of Generations Groomed to be the perfect 50s Brooklyn Jewish girl, but hiding the painful effects of family abuse, six-year-old Ruby Goldsmith experiences mystical visions connecting her to the spirits of her female ancestors, including the earthy, spiritual Marianne. As she gets older, the visions hold the key to understanding her family’s dark history, ancient lineage and her ability to love and be loved.
Mary Twitty “Hannah's Progeny” The last in this exciting trilogy: Hannah's life was spent. She held the photograph of her large family then caressed each face, before lowering her head. Preceding books are:
Hannah's Journey and Hannah, the Journey Continues. This odyssey is about Hannah and her Irish family immigrating to America in 1840. Hannah, a strong-willed, determined woman, and her husband Seamus, the gentle rock of the family, settle in Boston and become outstanding citizens and pillars of the community.
Carol White: “Sitting Pretty” From rural areas of the country to Park Avenue and Delray Beach, enjoy twenty tales of romance, mystery, suspense, friendship, betrayal, family, and fantasy. The award-winning title story, Sitting Pretty, is a coming of age narrative about a Chinese girl, and how she champions through an unspeakable trauma. The bonus novella, Reptilian, is creepy, dark, and satisfying.