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Book Club Contest: Be my guests at dinner!

“Full of deceit, scandal, and guilt . . . the consequence will leave readers reeling” — Library Journal


AND THE WINNER IS: Dallas, Texas!

Simple Rules: Book clubs pre-ordering 5 or more copies of The Widow of Wall Street can enter the drawing to be my guests at a restaurant in their town. After pre-ordering, email  randy@randysusanmeyers.com with the subject line: Dinner: The Widow of Wall Street.” Include your name, hometown, and the number of books you pre-ordered.

Entries will be accepted until April 10th at midnight. The winner will be announced on April 11th on randysusanmeyers.com.


“Compelling. An engrossing emotional journey.”Kirkus Reviews

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Celebrate Valentine’s Day by Giving to These Kids!!!

 

My husband brings me roses every Valentine’s Day, which I love for more than one reason—along with the sentiment and that I adore flowers, it speaks to the lack of tradition I had growing up and feeds my need for the sweetness of security.

But this year I’m asking him for something in place of flowers—sharing our love and happiness. I gathered a list of books and games needed by The Home for Little Wanderer’s Roxbury House. There are many in need (and sometimes I think I, like you, can suffer from compassion fatigue)—plus, during this season of political fear, many of us are giving everything we can to groups that protect our rights. But I worry about forgetting the most forgotten.

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“Ask The Author” for Independent Bookstore Day at Papercuts

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Have a question—about anything?
Publishing? Love? Finding an Agent? Best Mascara? What Tie to Wear?
I’m yours for an hour
And the questions can be anonymous!

I must give out the whiff of “yes, let me tell you what to do!” each time I leave the house. Or even when I don’t. (My daughters will attest to this.) That must be why Papercuts, the newest Independent Bookstore in town, right here in my Jamaica Plain, Boston neighborhood asked me to be their anonymous (you, not me) “Dear Abby” for Indie Bookstore day.

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