“Hazel Rowley, a biographer whose subjects ranged from a neglected Australian writer to a famous African-American one, and from a distinguished pair of French philosophers and their romantic entanglements to a distinguished American presidential couple and their (possible) romantic entanglements, died on March 1 in Manhattan. She was 59.”
Right-Sizing Your Home by Gale Steves got a great review on the Boston Globe’s web site. Reviewer, Tara-Nicholle Nelson, writes that the book is, “worth many times its cover price.” Here is the full review: Rethink, rearrange, but don’t relocate.
Great news: Hazel Rowley’s FRANKLIN AND ELEANOR has just hit the LA Times bestseller list at #18 in the nonfiction section.
Congrats to Alan Jacobson. His book, VELOCITY (Vanguard Press Hardcover, October 2010, $24.95) has been chosen as a top gift pick by the Los Angeles Times: Los Angeles Times 2010 Gift Guide