REAL MEN READ NORAH!

I spent over two hours writing a blog and then hit “Post a Photo” and lost my blog. I am pissed! I can’t retrieve the Muse to write the blog again. What is wrong with Word Press??

However, I will post my new poster for my book campaign: “Real Men Read Norah!”

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About cynthianeale

My fourth novel in The Irish Dresser Series, The Irish Milliner, is being released by Fireship Press on June 2, 2017. The third book in the series is 'Norah, The Making of an Irish-American Woman in 19th Century New York,' (Fireship Press)) and two young adult historical fiction novels, 'The Irish Dresser' and 'Hope in New York City.' I have also written plays, essays, and short stories. I am a native of the Finger Lakes region in New York and now reside in New Hampshire. What do I especially enjoy? Reading, writing, Irish set dancing, waltzing, walking, learning about nature, some traveling, Irish sean nos dancing, art classes and painting, baking fanciful desserts, kayaking, growing flowers, creating events for food, dance, and fund raising, laughing until it hurts, and dreaming about possibilities.
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5 Responses to REAL MEN READ NORAH!

  1. Nancy Kelley says:

    So sorry about the lost blog, Cynthia. But love the poster! These strong, unequivocally positive reviews need to be out there.

  2. Just a suggestion that might help. Maybe you should write your blog into your word program and then copy and paste. I often have problems with posting on internet sites so while I usually don’t follow my own advice on this, it might help — if it works to do that.

  3. Kenya says:

    I really like your blog! Is there anyway I can contact you about possible review titles. Please email me kenya(dot)walker@us(dot)penguingroup(dot)com

  4. Awesome info and interestingly written. Keep up the superb stuff!

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