Last weekend I presented Conjuring Casanova to all present at the Brooklyn Book Festival. This was my last publicity event for this book. In Brooklyn, just like all my other events, I met wonderfully interesting people and celebrated books. This publicity phase has come to an end and I am very grateful for all the good that has come from it.
Last evening I finished another draft of Nights of Alice, my latest novel. It is the story of a female CEO whose company is on the brink of introducing a groundbreaking medical device. By day, she relishes the challenge of the business world. When the sun sets, Alice Hightower escapes. She dresses in clothes that appear each evening in her closet, and slides open her balcony door to other times and places. Of course she must be loosing her mind like her mother before her. She would much rather spend time with the delicious men in her fantasies than deal with the real and very flawed men in her real life. Her handsome and dangerous Vice President of sales and her intriguing male administrative assistant have other plans for her. Doesn’t that sound like fun?
Today I sent this draft off to a wonderful copy editor who will remove all my mistakes. I am not sure where this road will lead, but I would be so happy to have you along for the ride.