Tuesday, June 14, 2011

A Walk Down Memory Lane....

In setting up my new computer, I had to transfer a lot of files from my external hard drive.  While doing so, I sorted through some files--and found a few things I'm going to share here:




Berkley did a free copy promo for Angels at Midnight, as advertised in Redbook.



A Time for Legends was advertised in Good Housekeeping....



The ad Berkley placed for my first novel, Dance of the Gods--in Vogue!



A page from the publisher's catalog....




I'd use any excuse for a trip to Florida, and the Miami Book Fair was a good one!




This is an excerpt  from an article that appeared in Woman, Inc., a supplement of the St. Louis Business Journal, on local authors (it was a very long article, so I couldn't post all of it here)....

And this is my favorite of the sell pieces Berkley did for my books--for A Time for Legends....











13 comments:

  1. It's always fun and a good boost to the ego to have good reviews and publicity material close at hand!

    I do love the Angels at Midnight trade art.

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  2. There's more...a lot more...but it would have to be broken up into several image blogs!

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  3. What a fantastic Memory Lane, Norma! We're going on holiday June 28th - "Dance of the Gods" seems perfect. I hope you framed that Vogue piece - wow! Write on!

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  4. How wonderful and exciting to be able to see again what had to be a very special time in your life. Especially your first book ads.

    cheers, parsnip

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  5. The first book is always a real kick--the first time seeing in in print, seeing my name on the cover, getting the first advance check...I actually photocopied mine.

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  6. How fantastic that you are able to share these with us! I look forward to reading these books one day!! You are an inspiration to all of us newbies to the writing and publishing world!

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  7. Wonderful find!!! I spent a lot of time volunteering at the Miami Book Fair. Wonder if our paths crossed some time in the past.

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  8. Okay, that's fucking awesome!

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  9. Lol! Yeah...what Mike said.
    You really are inspiring, lady.:)

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  10. Since you all enjoyed this one, I'm doing another later today--reviews, including a few real stinkers (we all get them, so have a good laugh).

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  11. I agree with Christina. Very inspiring!

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  12. This is totally amazing, Norma. What a career!

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