Mild mannered private school teacher by day, party queen and drug addict by night, Lisa Smith lived life on the knife’s edge for years before she was finally overcome by the debauchery. In Unschooled, my friend Lisa Smith talks ab out her descent into the party scene and her resulting battle with addiction, while trying to keep the facade and decorum of an elite private school teacher in NYC intact. When her two worlds did eventually collide, her real story began. Check it out, it’s a great read!
The Garden City Patch, the local website for de-facto up to the minute news in my area, has deigned to honor me with a post about the release of So Young – A Life Lived With Rheumatoid Arthritis. Now that The Holidays are over, we can ramp up the publicity campaign, so expect to see me in a lot more places over the coming year or so. You never know where I might pop up, so keep an eye out, and, as always, thanks to all of my supporters and readers, for, as Sully says, “I wouldn’t have nothin’ if I didn’t have you.”
Well, it took a few weeks, but Apple has finally gotten their act together and posted my book! This means So Young – A Life Lived With Rheumatoid Arthritis is now available in softcover and in all major eBook formats! Thanks to everyone who made this possible, and now it’s time to get the word out!
Frabjous day! My book is finally released! Until early December, my book is on sale for the Amazon Kindle for a special price for those who want to check it out! The softcover edition will be available soon, and So Young will be available in the rest of the e-book store (iBooks, Nook, etc.) in a few weeks as well! Please, spread the word, and let me know if you have any questions or comments!