Taking Flight-This Week!

Published November 14, 2016 by rochellewisoff

Reservations are made. Packing soon to begin. California here I come…this week! the-writers-block-mug

I’m looking forward to meeting Bobbi Bell and Jim Christina in person. http://latalkradio.com/content/writers-block Thursday night, 7:00PM Pacific time. It will be archived for those who aren’t able to catch it live. 

What does one wear for a radio interview? Whatever goes with:

the-shoes

While I wasn’t able to schedule any book signings, one Barnes & Noble manager said she’d order in two copies of PLEASE SAY KADDISH FOR ME and FROM SILT AND ASHES. She invited me to come in and sign them. Being Judaica they’re just in time for Hanukkah. If you’re in the area the store is at 12136 Ventura Blvd. in Studio City.

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 Th-that’s all for now, Folks. 

29 comments on “Taking Flight-This Week!

  • I remember that first time you introduced a speaker for me at OWL. So nervous you were shaking, and you did the intro with flying colors. You will do fine this time, too. If only I could be there to see you take wings on this journey with your writing. Luv U bunches.

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    • Dear Jeanie,

      What would I have done without OWL and people like you who have mentored me along the way? I learned so much and have been blessed with so many opportunities.

      As for the shoes, I’ve been told that I must wear them since they’re my trademark. Thank you for the encouraging words.

      Shalom,

      Rochelle

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  • I’ve finally had a chance to watch the video (my husband Donn and I have season tickets to the Whatcom Symphony – we love classical music, jazz . . . ) Thanks for adding the vid to your post. It really brought your story home. Her face, tranquil and almost “who gives a damn” reminds of one of my beautiful nieces.

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