The Big Tease

vintage silhouette

 

So, I had planned to show you guys something today…

something pretty amazing…

awesome, if you will.

BUT…

you’ll just have to wait a bit longer for…

the big book cover reveal for “Nola Fran Evie“.

(If you’re new here and wondering what the hell I’m talking about, you can go right here and here to catch up.)

Yep, the cover is still in the shop and the official book release is two weeks from today. That’s the lovely thing about being Indie—I can fiddle with things until the last minute and leave you all hanging.

(Insert evil laugh here.)

In the meantime I’ve got a whole social media extravaganza happening if you want to get teased daily with bits and pieces from the book. I got a little misty-eyed when I started tweeting #NolaFranEvie. I never thought a hashtag would give me warm fuzzies, but dammit, it happened.

I’m assuming most of us are already connected, but if we’re not, you know the drill.

Twitter Tweeps

Facebook Faces

Currently in social media land, I’m sharing my favorite retro lines for each of the characters. Yesterday Nola, my Grace Kelly doppelgänger, sassed it up with this vintage-esque stinger…

“Listen pal, I’m nobody’s sweetheart.”

(Ouch!)

Photo Credit: Wikimedia Commons

Photo Credit: Wikimedia Commons

Up today from the trio is Fran. As her nickname in the All-American Girls Baseball League happened to be Lippy, you can imagine that she has some colorful remarks.

Stay tuned for the cover reveal next week and another exciting edition of The Life Enthusiast Chronicles on Thursday.

And while we’re on the subject of retro lines, what are your favorite sayings from another era? Ready, set, go!

 

 

21 thoughts on “The Big Tease

  1. Carrie Rubin says:

    I don’t watch enough old movies to have any favorite sayings from a bygone era. Well, unless I use something from the 80s, and that would just be cruel. 😉

    Looking forward to seeing the cover!

  2. heylookawriterfellow says:

    Congrats!

    As for my favorite retro lines, I always love it when tough guys or gals put the word “see” at the end of a sentence.

    “I’m gonna walk right out that door, see? And there ain’t nothin’ you can do about it, see?”

  3. 4amWriter says:

    I’m sure I know some fun lines, but I’m the type of person who completely blanks out when I’m asked on the spot. I only know them when I’m pouring breakfast cereal or brushing the dog or weeding the garden. You know. Useful times.

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