A pur-fect opportunity to remind
my blog visitors and readers that
all my author profits
from my Kindle Short Story
will go to
Second Chance Sheltering Network, Inc., a wonderful animal rescue organization through which I adopted my kitty-boys, Yoshi and Kenji last year.
The story is only
$.99 on amazon.com
(I will also donate $1 – $5 for every review
posted on amazon and/Goodreads)
also available at
Available in other countries, too
For Kindle devices
The fingering and pedaling of the Mozart piece required her absolute attention. What could be more important than effecting the appoggiaturas, the upper half of her torso leaning and lifting like a dancer, her elbows slightly bent, her wrists almost imperceptibly rolling side to side, her fingers always in touch with the keys and lightly en pointe?
Irene had been a little unnerved by the Italian’s ice-blue eyes, but how could he compete with the possibility of her following in the footsteps of Lillian Lorraine, the Dolly sisters, Marilyn Miller and Fanny Brice?
This short story, inspired by my maternal grandmother, Marion Allers DiCesare, has been ruminating in my imagination for a long time.
Read more here: Picking Flowers off Wallpaper.
Yoshi and Kenji thank you!
Thank you to Deborah Bennison of Bennison Books for offering her editing expertise and refined literary eye and sensibilities towards the publication of Escaping Ziegfeld.
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