Friday, July 3, 2009

You Make Me Feel Like Dancing

In Her Latest Novel, Queen of Boomer Lit Allison Bottke Offers Mature Women Contemporary Fiction with an Attitude!

This summer, Allison will launch her new Va-Va-Va Boom series, published by David C Cook with You Make Me Feel Like Dancing.

About the book: Brought together in an online community known as Boomer Babes Rock, Susan, Patricia and Mary form a fast friendship, even though they live in different parts of the country and lead completely different lives. These vibrant, successful fiftysomethings share laughter, tears, and advice as they pop into one another’s’ lives via the Internet—and the airlines.

Susan owns and operates a hip hair salon on the Las Vegas strip, decorated with her collection of world-class disco memorabilia accumulated decades ago when she was one of the beautiful people on New York’s disco scene. She’s come a long way. Now happily married, Susan is known for her business savvy, her fabulous vintage ensembles, her faith, her big heart—and the impromptu disco dance numbers salon staff and clients join in when the spirit moves. If life is a dance, Susan’s mastered all the moves.

But an exciting business opportunity, a fiftieth birthday, and her husband’s impending retirement rock Susan’s world—now she’ll have to face down her past and reinvent her marriage if she wants to keep dancing.

Author Bio: Allison Bottke spent 17 years as a professional fund-raiser before her personal journey prompted her to create the best-selling God Allows U-Turns anthologies. Now a popular speaker and author of hip-lit fiction as well as nonfiction, Allison was one of the first plus-size models with the Wilhelmina agency. Today, she has created a place where fun, fashion, food, family, and faith merge to empower and inspire boomer women all around the world. That place is www.BoomerBabesRock.com.

A blogger review of You Make Me Feel Like Dancing: “Allison does a great job of bringing you into the Disco era and just about everything the seventies had to offer. Her characters are believable and through them, Allison delves into friendships, marriage relationships and what true love is. This book is fun to read, funny and it surprisingly touched my heart deeply.” – Nora St. Laurent, Finding Hope Through Christian Fiction

You Make Me Feel Like Dancing by Allison Bottke

1 comment:

Nora St. Laurent said...

Hi, Tara~!

I've just posted a very up-close and very personal interview with Allison Bottke on my blog today.


http://psalm516.blogspot.com/2009/07/nora-interviews-allison-bottke.html

I thought you might want to check it out. She is so honest, and open its really refreshing to get to know the women behind her book.

Nora :D

www.psalm516.blogspot.com

 
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