Even if you missed the live video chat today yesterday, you can still use the link to order a signed, personalized copy of FAREWELL, DOROTHY PARKER, sent right to your home from Dolphin Books after I write the inscription. But hurry--the offer ends in 24 hours 12 hours.
Where: YOUR HOUSE(or office or wherever you connect online)
Exciting news! I'm partnering with Booktalk Nation and Shindig for a live video chat to discuss Farewell, Dorothy Parker. To attend, all you need is an Internet connection.
My interviewer is historian/author Kevin Fitzpatrick, who founded the Dorothy Parker Society. You're free to sit and watch anonymously just like any online show ... or, you can join via Skype and ask your own live questions.
To sign up for this event, click here. You'll receive an e-mail with the URL. It's all surprisingly easy. The event also offers you the chance to purchase a copy of Farewell, Dorothy Parker personally inscribed to you (or to a gift recipient). You can place an order for yours here. The Dolphin Bookshop will ship the book directly to your door.
2. The address I should send the bookplate to. (One small favor--please type the address exactly as it should appear on the envelope, including line breaks. I'm doing this independent of my publisher, and there's no staff here but little old me, copying and pasting.)
FYI, bookplates are self-adhesive stickers that go right into the front of the book.
FAREWELL, DOROTHY PARKER has been a true labor of love--almost a lifetime in the making--and if your mother likes a witty, poignant and engaging read, I think this will be a great gift for her. Visit ellenmeister.com for more information.
Talking about FAREWELL, DOROTHY PARKER on NPR:
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I'm thrilled to announce that my publisher has asked me to resurrect Dorothy Parker again for a brand new novel! I can't give away too much, but it will be a contemporary story that takes place at the Algonquin Hotel. Here's the announcement as it appeared in Publishers Marketplace:
I loved the challenge of capturing the voice and the spirit of America's most audacious wit in FAREWELL, DOROTHY PARKER, and I'm thrilled that I have the opportunity to do it again ... a dream come true times two!
Unless you tell me otherwise, I'll automatically personalize it for you. (If it's a gift for someone, that's fine--just tell me who to make it out to.)
FYI, bookplates are self-adhesive and can go right into your copy of Farewell, Dorothy Parker, which is now available at your local bookstore. You can also order it online from any cyber bookseller, including: