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  • Indigo Sea Press 7:54 pm on July 12, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Dancing at all the WeddingsFeatured Author of the Day: Susan Surman

    Vivacious and talented Elaine Richman is faced with choices: A risky life in the New York theatre; an exciting life with college sweetheart, actor/director Jake Applebaum in Hollywood; a secure life in Boston with predictable lawyer David Alter, the match anointed by her domineering mother because ‘he’s the kind you marry.’ On the way to a dream, it is possible to collide with another dream’s seduction, only to learn there is no fulfillment on the path to safety. Elaine goes through the wringer to meet herself, proving there is no expiration date on talent or true love.

    Click here to read the first chapter of DANCING AT ALL THE WEDDINGS: http://secondwindbooks.wordpress.com/2011/08/27/dancing-at-all-the-weddings-by-susan-surman/

     
  • Indigo Sea Press 7:51 pm on July 12, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Mini Interview with Susan Surman, Author of DANCING AT ALL THE WEDDINGS

    Second Wind: What did you do for research?

    Susan Surman: I use a lot of the places I’ve been, but to be sure I had updated information, I had to research – online; magazines; talking to people. For example, I don’t know anything about small private aircraft, so I found the person online who owns and sells what I was writing about. We communicated and I had my answers. Mostly, I was really writing what I knew about and one of the main male characters is based solely on a real person. Perhaps the novel depicts the way I would have liked it to turn out with him. That’s why it’s called ‘romance.’ It can be anything you like. Romance, I mean.

     
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