Selah March

August 1, 2007

Pimpery.

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Guess who was just invited to be a FEATURED AUTHOR at the St. Petersburg Times Festival of Reading? My brilliant and stylish crit partner, Barbara Caridad Ferrer, author of the 2007 RITA Award-winning ADIOS TO MY OLD LIFE, that’s who.

She told me about it, had two slices of pizza to celebrate, and got back to work. Because she’s a pro like that.

Says author Eva Gale:

“Daughter is praying to God that someone makes ADIOS into a movie. And she asks every week for the next one, IT’S NOT ABOUT THE ACCENT.

Every. Week.

This from a child who HATES to read.”

(IT’S NOT ABOUT THE ACCENT drops August 21 at a bookseller near you.)

SelahMarch.com – Romance of Dubious Virtue

4 Comments »

  1. Te felicito por tu blog. Gracias por darle tanta frescura y renovación a estos espacios.

    Te invito a visitar mi página personal en la que publico mis poemas y mis links (estos pueden interesarte mucho).

    Te envío un abrazo desde Argentina y te dejo mi dirección:
    http://pachakamakinartimago.blogspot.com

    Hasta pronto.
    Andrés G. Fernández

    Comment by Andrés Gustavo Fernández — August 1, 2007 @ 5:24 pm | Reply

  2. Christmas, baby, this is all yours.

    Really– ALLLLLL yours.

    Because you deserve the very best.

    *MWAH*

    Comment by Barb — August 1, 2007 @ 5:27 pm | Reply

  3. I may hold you to that. I want the hat, at the very least.

    Comment by Selah — August 1, 2007 @ 5:52 pm | Reply

  4. How cute is that? Animal skins are in. You’d be Hawt.

    Comment by Eva Gale — August 1, 2007 @ 7:34 pm | Reply


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