Free signed copy of "A Farewell in Paris," my new historical novel set in the Jazz Age of 1920s Paris. I will send to the first 20 people who email me their name and mailing address a free signed paperback copy of my new novel. The catch? I hope you will post a review of the book after reading it (skimming it or putting coffee cups on it or whatever you do with books!). Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org .
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Farewell in Paris.
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Thursday, November 29, 2012
My new historical novel A Farewell in Paris is now for sale on Amazon for print at $10.99 a copy and Kindle at $2.99. The ebook is also available as of today at Smashwords at $2.99 and will be available at all the other etailers in the coming weeks (iPad, Kobo, BN, Sony, Diesel, etc).
A brave war…a failed peace…a story set in the Jazz Age in Paris of the 1920s with a look back to the war and the peace that came afterward. Two American veterans of the 1918 battle at Chateau Thierry meet in Paris in 1928. Kurt, now a Berlin correspondent, is writing the great American novel about the grinding end to the war, the desolation of the peace in Germany, and a doomed romance with a German nurse. Bill, a literary agent living on Ile St.-Louis in Paris, plans to publish the novel at the same time as Hemingway’s war novel debuts. Left Bank writer Kate edits the novel, quietly remembering her own long-lost love affair in the war. There is a star turn for true-life character Djuna Barnes and cameos with Janet Flanner, Solita Solano, Margaret Anderson, Man Ray, Andre Breton, Sylvia Beach, Natalie Barney, and John Maynard Keynes.