Headed to Atlanta tomorrow morning to see my family! Very excited. Also excited about my lunch and reading at The Eagle Eye Bookshop in Decatur on Sunday!!! If you're in the area, please stop by. I'd love to seeeeee you.
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#1 BESTSELLER AT BOOK COURT!!!
Jumping for joy! March 22 – March 28, 2010 BOOKCOURT Best Sellers Paperback Fiction BALANCING ACTS.Zoe Fishman. HarperCollins. $13.99. Our Price $9.79. LET THE GREAT WORLD SPIN. Colum McCann. Random House. $15. Our Price $10.50. BROOKLYN. Colm Toibin. Simon & Schuster. $15. Our Price $10.50. GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO (Mass Market Edition).Steig Larsson. RandomContinue reading “#1 BESTSELLER AT BOOK COURT!!!”
Book Court Photos
Check me out in The Huffington Post!
Huge thanks to Jodi Lipper and Cerina Vincent, authors of the upcoming Live Like A Hot Chick (Avon A, September 2010)! http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jodi-lipper-and-cerina-vincent/friendships-help-women-do_b_500649.html
The final countdown…
doo dee doo doooooo, do dee dooo doo doo dooooooooooooo Man. I can't believe that the time has come. Tomorrow, my book goes on sale – to be either loved, hated, lukewarmed or disregarded by the reading public. A lifetime of dreaming and over a year of writing is finally culminated in one gorgeous book.Continue reading “The final countdown…”
The book looks and feels amazing! I love it so.
The eagle has landed!
My real live book, as displayed by international supermodel and one of my best friends in the whole wide world, Susan Phear. As I am in Chicago this week, I won't get my mitts on the book until Monday, so I am living through Susan. I can't wait to see them for myself!
Hello! Still getting the hang of this blogging thing. I know I should be writing about all things Brooklyn and yoga related, but since I am in Chicago spending a blissful week with my husband, whose work has relocated him here for the year, and working from home, I am forced to write about somethingContinue reading “Eyebrows”
Double Dare: The Brooklyn Version
Do you remember this show? I do, vaguely. Kids would compete for some kid-approved prize by completing grueling obstacle courses. Inevitably, if they did manage to finish, they would emerge from some sort of tunnel covered in egg yolk, slime, and limp noodles, victorious and eager to accept their booty. The reason I bring upContinue reading “Double Dare: The Brooklyn Version”
Balancing Acts: Reviews
“Anyone who has wondered, ‘Now what?’ about her life will relate to Zoe Fishman’s ebullient and wise novel Balancing Acts. The pages flew by and I was sad when my time with these great characters ended – but not too sad to try some yoga.” – Valerie Frankel, author of Thin Is theContinue reading “Balancing Acts: Reviews”