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Monday, June 3, 2019

THIS WEEKEND, JUNE 8 and 9...
"PARIS ONCE UPON A TIME"   
FREE!! on AMAZON BOOKS!!!


  THEY will be given away on AMAZON BOOKS,  YES!  A FREE BOOK PROMOTION. 

Go to Amazon Books, Enter Paris once upon a time...  and then get yours!

IT CAN BE READ ON ANY DEVICE IF YOU HAVE THE FREE KINDLE APP>

Saturday, June 1, 2019

Berlioz, the Unknown Isle where Love lives Forever!  Marisol...!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sqtgWifOojU
Welcome viewers in Colombia, the UAE, Germany, Portugal, Canada and the USA!  Is the novel available on AMAZON for you?   Let me know. 

I answer ALL emails!!!

Greetings from Medellin, Colombia!!!





Friday, May 31, 2019

BOOK CLUB>>> Spread the Buzz!

Is there anyone who is in a BOOKCLUB who could serve as a Beta Reader and perhaps recommend my novel to your members... if you think they will like it?
I will offer the book free to your members on a certain date, you name it... free from Amazon in E- Book or Paperback. And of course you will receive a copy for free. As a gift!
I will also be available online to discuss the book with your club! Let me know, and thanks! Larry Rose
My hope of course is to "create buzz" and generate some more 5 STAR reviews!

Paperback!

Now available from AMAZON BOOKS, "Paris Once Upon a Time" is in Paperback.  For $9.99. 
OR Ebook for $2.99.

BUY THE PAPERBACK AND WE THROW IN THE Ebook FREE!


Thursday, May 30, 2019

Review... Daniel Pope


FIVE STARS!!!



"Paris Once Upon a Time" is a voyage through luxurious settings in France and
beyond, a life of private planes, yachts, boutique hotels and
Michelin-starred restaurants. At the same time, it's a story of
head-over-heels love (accompanied by some daring sex scenes) between Steven
and Marisol-an American musician and a French/Spanish beauty with an
aristocratic background and a dazzling array of talents and accomplishments.
Add to this knowing commentary on music, art, European history and class and
cultural differences (and even observations on geopolitics and French
imperialism in West Africa). 

With Steven's first-person narration, the character of Marisol assumes
almost divine status. Throughout, there is a sense that the fortuitous
intersection of Steven and Marisol's lives marks a special kind of giddy
romantic bliss, but at the same time there's an intimation of tragedy as a
counterpoint to their happiness. Marisol is quite a woman, and this is quite
a story!

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07RYNQ3R6?ref=cm_sw_em_r_rw_dp_r0mFYZj3V9GEF