I BELIEVE IN ROMANCE AGAIN
This book will make you want to believe all over again: in Santa Claus, the Tooth Fairy, Easter Bunny, and above all....true love. The author turns the age-old dilemma of finding your soul mate into a truly magical, witty, and easy-to-read game plan.
So my therapist recommends I read this book "The Magical Man List." I'm skimming along, thinking "I don't really want to do this," when I come to page 35…and it turns out the characters are Buffett fans!
Well, there was little choice after that. Not only did I read the whole book, but I made the list, and I've shared the list-making practice AND the book with at least a half-a-dozen friends, gay and straight.
Thought you'd like to know. You never can tell what's going to hook the reader!
THE LASER-BEAM LIST OF KNOWING
I was single for 20 years and had done a lot of list-making of what I wanted in a man. After reading your book, I worked my list in more detail and when I had it where I wanted it, I put it into a metal bowl outside in my backyard and burned it to release my wants to the Universe.
I suggest your book to all my single clients and friends and friends’ kids. I am a strong believer in the power of intention along with the laser beam list of knowing what you want in a relationship. Your book makes it a lot of fun along with personal experience, which I believe helps people to relate as well as add credibility to the results.
Eileen Klein, Orange County, Calif.
FUN, SATISFYING, LOVE STORY
This book is a really enjoyable read, with an easy-to-relate-to main character, and interesting problems in the way of her finding love. In particular, the "bad guy"
is satisfyingly annoying and the confrontations between him and the "write" man for her are great.
DESTROYED HER PRODUCTIVE DAY
My plan was to get up at 9 am and be productive. After the alarm went off and after the usual couple snoozes, I picked up my new book The Write Man to read a chapter or two before getting on with my day. Two hours and 10 chapters later, I just got out of bed...but only because I had to pee. Your fantastic new book is destroying my productive day!
WHEELCHAIRS AND SEX CAN GO TOGETHER
I greatly enjoyed the book, especially the characters. After my injury, and divorce, I spent a long time rebuilding my sense of masculinity and identity, and more time hiding from life than I'd care to admit. Seeing those struggles and fears brought to life in your book made it special for me.
For someone who is female and able-bodied, you did a perfect job expressing how a man in a wheelchair can feel on the inside. You didn't shy away from the "juicy" parts, either. Society still has a hard time accepting that wheelchairs and sex can go together, but you didn't dodge the issue at all, and I applaud you for it!
A GROWNUP "SLEEPLESS IN SEATTLE
I love, love, love this book. It was a pleasure reading a Romantic Comedy featuring people over the age of 40 that are believable, funny, mostly realistic, who are flawed but have the courage to ultimately be open to trusting and learning to love again. Delaney McKenzie rediscovers her artistic gift, then risks following her dream to love and bliss. I want a leading man like "Tyler" too! Would be a fabulous movie...a mature-grownup "Sleepless in Seattle".
LIFE DOESN'T END AS WE AGE
Really enjoyed this book. Portrayed real-life and falling in love. Reminds us life doesn't end as we age, and love could be down the street, or right in front of us if we open our eyes and hearts.
RIGHT AMOUNT OF DRAMA AND HUMOR
Good story. I enjoyed this book, especially the old ladies, they were a hoot. Good plot and turnabout. Right amount of drama and humor to balance it out perfectly
BEST BOOK YOU HAVE WRITTEN
I just finished, “For the Love of Art” (Formerly "Getting Back to Delaney) and it was the best book you have written so far. The sex scenes were a little more than I wanted to read but, of course, I am your mother. At times, I forgot that this was your book and was just reading it. Loved the age of the characters, and also the three grandmother-types next door, which added to the humor of the book.
A coming-of-age story for four 58-year-old best friends dubbed The Fearless Foursome back in high school.
Cory, Kate, Trish, and Monica will have to be fearless once more as they support each other with humor and compassion while facing the joys, sorrows, and challenges of aging. The friends are reunited 40 years after graduation when successful journalist Cory Wells leaves her abusive husband and returns to California and the friends she left behind. Cory’s determination to rediscover who she is, inspires her three friends,
Kate, Trish, and Monica to evaluate
their own lives.
The Community Garden...More than the Tomatoes are Dying
A new novel in the works, coming soon.
A spin-off from The Community Garden, starring Lizzy and her dog.