Thank you so much for having me here FiFi. What fun and it’s such an honor.
K. M. Jackson is a writer of women's fiction, and a former fashion designer. She lives in the suburbs of NewYork with her husband, boy/girl twins, and her precocious terrier named Jack who keeps her on her toes.
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Have you ever listened to The Satellite Sisters, known as The Satellite Sisters for their fabulous broadcasts zapped all over the universe via satellite? They first started on NPR and then ABC radio back in 2001? Do you listen to them now on any of their podcasts? If not, you are missing out.
On top of that Lian Dolan, the youngest of the five Dolan sisters has come out with her second book, ELIZABETH the FIRST WIFE. It's about a 30-something divorced woman reinventing her life in unexpected ways. It's smart, clever, fun and it has pop culture references, which we love. It's the perfect novel to kick off your summer reading.
Have you ever thought about what you'd do for a brand new kitchen? We're talking about a new state-of-the-art kitchen with new shiny appliances including a stove that one won't have to manually lite the pilot with a long match, a darling breakfast nook, complete with a lovely new window that looks out on the garden that's constantly growing fresh veggies and flowers. Well, Elizabeth or Lizzie as we quickly come to know, her ends up doing just about anything, but she does it with class and in the name of Shakespearean education.
Elizabeth Lancaster is a single English Professor at Pasadena City College. Her famous movie star, ex-husband comes back into her life making her an offer she can't refuse. Soon she's on her way up to the summer Oregon Shakespeare Festival where she expects to be the creative director, write a book, keep an eye on the Aussie director, as well as her niece and she adopts a puppy.
Oregon sounds easy enough and the kitchen heaven until reality strikes! Summer fun has some lessons in store for Elizabeth, but lucky for her one comes in the form of a yummy guy worth cooking for in her new kitchen.
**FYI: I won this novel at Chick Lit Central! Thanks Melissa and the CLC Chickies! xocindy
P.S. You can read a Reading is Fashionable interview with Lian Dolan HERE
when she was promoting her Helen of Pasadena book.
British by birth, Pauline Wiles moved to California eight years ago and, apart from a yearning for afternoon tea and historic homes, has never looked back. Her work has been published by House of Fifty, Open Exchange and Alfie Dog Fiction. Saving Saffron Sweeting is her first novel.