2019 North San Diego Latino Book & Family Festival, Author & Musician Dan McNay, Blogger Larry “Dutch” Woller On the Path Least Traveled, Gloria’s Café / West Los Angeles, Iranian Canadian Author Laleh Chini, Raw Silk Suture by Lisa Alvarado
Since entering the world of book publishing, marketing and sales, I’m now engaged in a daily battle of juggling priorities. My focus has become so scattered that I’ve fallen behind with my writing projects. Hopefully, I’ll come up soon with a new working schedule that would provide some balance and reduce my stress.
It’s not all bad, though. At our writers’ critique group meeting on September 4th, I presented a copy of my novel to the owner of Gloria’s Café. For the past five years, our group has been meeting once monthly at Gloria’s where we enjoy their Mexican and Salvadoran cuisine.
Rosaliene presenting copy of novel to Gloria, owner of Gloria’s Café
West Los Angeles – Southern California – September 4, 2019
My thanks go out to blogger, Larry “Dutch” Woller On The Path Least Traveled, for purchasing my novel.
Blogger Larry “Dutch” Woller
Photo Credit: On The Path Least Traveled Blog
More thanks go to the Iranian Canadian, award-winning author, Laleh Chini, for her five-star rating and review of my novel. Here’s her praise for Under the Tamarind Tree: A Novel on Amazon:
5.0 out of 5 stars What a great read.
October 1, 2019
Format: Kindle Edition
What a great read dear Rosaline, well, of course, I wasn’t surprised after being your blog’s fan. You deserve the five stars indeed.
The eBook version of my novel, Under the Tamarind Tree, is now available at the following distribution outlets:
I’m awaiting news from my publisher about the resolution of an issue preventing distribution to Apple’s iBookstore. Continue reading