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In the True Spirit of Halloween

In the True Spirit of Halloween

What comes to mind when you think of Halloween? Costumes, candy, cats that are black? Well here’s another “C” word — creativity — that applies in a most wondrous way. But first let’s return to the end of August when, on The Red Carpet of The Debutante Ball, The Divining Wand introduced you to Sarah Pekkanen whose novel, The Opposite of Me, debuts March 9, 2010. What wasn’t mentioned then, but will be now, is that Sarah honed her writing…

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Revisiting Tish Cohen’s Town House

Revisiting Tish Cohen’s Town House

While not based on absolute fact one of the joys for any author has to be having your first novel discovered long after its debut…particularly when found, read, and enjoyed by another author. And that is exactly what Tish Cohen (Inside Out Girl, The Invisible Rules of The Zoe Lama, The One and Only Zoe Lama) experienced a few weeks ago when Randy Susan Meyers posted on her RedRoom blog, Summer Satisfaction Read This Week: “Fourth of July weekend and…

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Presenting Debutante Tish Cohen with Town House

Presenting Debutante Tish Cohen with Town House

Advance Praise for Town House “An agoraphobe fights to save his house, his son and his sanity in Cohen’s comic, big screen–ready debut. ” — Publisher’s Weekly
 “A constellation of characters whose idiosyncrasies make the family of Little Miss Sunshine look like Ozzie and Harriet.” —Kirkus review “For someone who can’t leave the house, Jack Madigan is a heck of a guy. Town House is everything you could ask for in a novel: touching, wry, bewitching, eccentric, and riveting to…

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