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  • What the Fortune Teller Knew

    5 posts, 5 voices, 706 views, started Jun 16, 2010

    Posted on Wednesday, June 16, 2010 by Suzann




    • Carnelian
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      pic          Hi FabSisters,

      I have a new book out, it’s on Amazon - but it’s in desperate need of some reviews.

      Would any of our network of book lovers be interested in writing a review of my book? The review could be 2 sentences or 2 pages - whatever you feel like.

      What the Fortune Knew is about a contemporary Rom (Gypsy) family. Their base is in Manhattan, but they travel all over the world. It's the story of the family's star fortune teller, the gorgeous Sapphire - and how she manages to break free from her family's superstitions about her fate.

      I studied Gypsy life, custom, lore, spirituality, and language for about 2 years as I was researching this book. So while (I hope) it’s a page-turning story, it’s also accurate in its details about the Romany culture.

      If anyone would like to write a review, please message me here on Fab40, and let me know how I can snail mail a promotional copy of the book to you.

      Anything you write would remain your property, but I could post it on my author’s website with a link back to you and/or your website, so you could get traffic from it.

      On Amazon, it’s at
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      and on my website it’s at
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      Thanks in advance!


      Suzann, Your links have been removed, please consider upgrading to premium membership.






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