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Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Guest Author Cynthia Polansky Coming Tomorrow - Thursday

See I told you there might be a guest author here this week.:) In fact, this author contacted me to remind me she was coming. This promises to be a very good interview with an author who writes both fiction and non-fiction.

It's very interesting how I met Cynthia. We were both at BEA two years ago and we were both on a line to get a book signed by another author. She gave up her spot in line for me, because she had somewhere else to go. I was grateful to her for doing it, so we exchanged emails. Then I began receiving her newsletters every month and soon I realized that we knew each other but from where? Then I received her book, Far Above Rubies, in the mail to review and I read it. I still didn't put the pieces together until I saw her picture and realized it was the same Cynthia Polansky.:) If you have never read it, go to amazon and get a copy. After this interview you will want to read it. For those who don't like reading long books this will take you only a day or a few days to read. Just click on the amazon banner to get there fast.

Here is a little bit about Cynthia Polansky:

She lives in Annapolis, Maryland, United States
Cynthia Polansky is the author of two novels, Far Above Rubies and Remote Control and four nonfiction books (written as Cynthia P. Gallagher). She has terrific friends who continue to provide support while she works on her next book,WHIFF: Human Aroma Through the Ages. She writes a blog, Crossing Polansky where you will find the longest list of homophones I've ever seen.:) Visit her website at

Come back tomorrow to find out more about this amazing and fascinating author, Cynthia Polansky. We will be having a drawing for a free book. If you leave a comment you will be in the drawing. This will start on Thursday and Cynthia will be here to answer any questions you may have. Hope to see a lot of you here and commenting. Remember, you can't be in the drawing unless you leave a comment or question.:)


  1. Hi dear Barbara Your blog is really rock! I just want to advice you to use more professional theme in your blog!

  2. Hi Sade,
    Thank you for visiting and the nice words! I have thought about changing it, but haven't decided to what. Thanks for the advice. I will think about it. Glad you enjoyed reading it.:)

  3. Thanks for dropping by my blogs.:D


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