New York Reading Tonight!
March 2nd, 2009

Neither wind nor rain nor great heaping mounds of snow in the New York metro area shall keep these authors from their appointed readings! For those of you brave enough– and equipped with really strong snow boots– I’ll be reading from my latest book, The Temptation of the Night Jasmine, at seven o’clock at Madame X. Although the weather outside is frightful, the company and the drinks shall be delightful.

I’m consoling myself that the weather is all very appropriate for the book, since Night Jasmine opens on a snowy Christmas Eve. Clearly, Mother Nature just got a wee bit carried away while trying to help set the mood….

PRESS RELEASE — New Romance Fiction Reading Series “Shares the Love”

WHAT: “Lady Jane’s Salon: Romance Fiction Reading Series”

WHEN: Monday, March 2nd, 7-9 PM; monthly meet-ups to follow on the first Monday of every month

WHERE: Madame X, 94 Houston Street (btw LaGuardia and Thompson Streets), New York, NY 10012, 212.539.0808, www.madamex.com. Nearest subways: F,V,B,D at Lafayette, N, R at Prince Street.

FEATURED READERS: Lauren Willig and Jenna Petersen

Join romance authors Maya Rodale, Leanna Renee Hieber, and Hope Tarr for Manhattan’s first reading series devoted exclusively to romance fiction. Our featured speakers for March will be NY Times bestselling author Lauren Willig and romance author Jenna Petersen.

Admission is $5.00 or one gently used romance novel. Cash bar. Proceeds to benefit Share The Love (www.share-the-love.org), a nonprofit organization that provides gently used romance novels to groups helping women in transition establish independent lives. Co-sponsors: Share The Love and Ron
Hogan of Beatrice.com.

Join us in celebrating the first Manhattan-based reading series for romance fiction and share the love for a good cause!

For more information, email info@share-the-love.org or visit Lady Jane’s
Salon on Face Book at http://tinyurl.com/ladyjanefb.



3 Responses to “New York Reading Tonight!”

  1. Rebecca W. says:

    Why of all days does it snow today? It’s going to be near impossible to get to the reading tonight all the way from Queens, which makes me sad. I hate that I’ll have to miss it because Mother Nature decided to have a field day with the snow. I hope you do another reading or another event like this in NYC some time soon!

  2. Faith says:

    Ahhhh! If only I wasn’t snowed in on Long Island. So close! :-) Have fun!

  3. Mel says:

    I had to miss it too due to the snow. Now I’m sad. Hope there is another NYC reading soon.


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