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Torn between love for her two sons and a dying marriage, Alice Miller flings off the chains of submissive wife and abandons herself to unimagined freedoms—from a passionate affair with a younger man to erotic encounters with an assortment of unforgettable lovers.

At the same time Alice celebrates her independence days, her close friend Gwen is plagued by a series of obscene phone calls and frightening confrontations with an unknown assailant—events that shatter the carefully-constructed world she has struggled a lifetime to create.

In the end, the interwoven stories of Alice and Gwen collide in a shocking climax. But when it is over, Alice realizes she has never considered how life will be after Her Gentlemen Callers.




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"The essential guidebook for anyone who wants to write fiction." - Peter Guber, Chairman & CEO, Mandalay Entertainment Group
"I found in it not a book for the writing of children's literature, but perhaps the most lucid, accessible, well organized, relevant, complete and credible work on fiction writing in my entire collection of texts on writing." - Dr. Charles Connor, Director, Harriette Austin Writing Program at The University of Georgia
AVAILABLE ON KINDLE AND KINDLE APP FOR IPAD http://www.amazon.com/Her-Gentlemen-Callers-ebook/dp/B009VN3J50 #24 on SARAH TUTTLE-SINGER'S list of 50 BOOKS WITH SEX SCENES SEXIER THAN 50 SHADES OF GREY
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THE ART AND CRAFT OF STORYTELLING
"From the Book of Job to Harry Potter, this is the story of stories - and how to spin them with wit, grace and style, This could be the start of a beautiful relationship between your imagination and your pen." — John Harlow, The Sunday Times of London

"As a teacher of dramatic narrative technique at the Santa Barbara Writers Conference, I can say that this book is going on a 'must read' list for my students! The Art and Craft of Storytelling is articulate, cohesive, insightful and comprehensive. It takes every question I've been asked by a student or have discussed with fellow writers and answers it--not just summarily, but in depth and with valuable examples. All of this in a bright humorous style that makes the learning go down easy. A writing book of this caliber is a rare find, and I recommend it for all aspiring writers, as well as established writers looking for an excellent refresher course."
— Dale Griffiths Stamos, SBWC instructor and award-winning playwright

"I've written for television for many years, functioning like the piano player who can play anything but can't read music. Nancy Lamb's book taught me how read the music of writing. The Art and Craft of Storytelling takes you from plot to character, through writer's block, to the finale. If you want to write, read this book. If you already write but want to read the music, read this book--and keep it handy." — Joe Halderman, Producer/
Writer, CBS News, 48 Hours Mystery

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The Writer's Guide to Crafting Stories for Children
A Book Sense selection of independent American booksellers

"For four years, I have been searching for a book to use as a text . . . finally I have found one." — Ann Paul, children's writing instructor, UCLA Extension

"As a college English instructor, I've read a number of books on writing. None of them compare to Crafting Stories, and none of them have affected me so personally. I read Crafting Stories cover-to-cover twice, and both times something magical happened. . . . There's no way I could have gotten this far—that fast—without Lamb's uncanny ability to succinctly describe the intangible." — Jeff Stone Author of The Five Ancestors Series

". . . perhaps the most lucid, accessible, well organized, relevant, complete and credible work on fiction writing in my entire collection of texts on writing. . . . What is said in this book resonates with so much validity and clarity that I am sorry that I have wasted so much of my time and my students' time trying to teach without this text." — Charles Connor, Director: Harriette Austin Writing Program, The University of Georgia


Her Gentlemen Callers
AVAILABLE ON KINDLE AND KINDLE APP FOR IPAD
http://www.amazon.com/Her-Gentlemen-Callers-ebook/dp/B009VN3J50

#24 on SARAH TUTTLE-SINGER'S list of 50 BOOKS WITH SEX SCENES SEXIER THAN 50 SHADES OF GREY

OTHER PUBLISHED BOOKS
NON-FICTION:

The Creative Revolution and the Future of Japan(with Craig Brod, Phd)
Business-Sha (Tokyo)

FICTION:

Gentlemen Callers, Seaview Books
The End of Summer, Dell Publishing
Dakin Field, Pocket Books
Prism, Zebra

CHILDREN’S BOOKS
FICTION:

WHICH WAY BOOKS * ** Simon & Schuster

The Castle of No Return
Vampires, Spies and Alien Beings
Creatures of the Dark
The Spell of the Black Raven
Famous and Rich
Lost in a Strange Land
The Curse of the Sunken Treasure
Cosmic Encounters
Trapped in the Black Box
Poltergeists, Ghosts and Psychic Encounters
Islands of Terror
Ten-Ton Monster
Invasion of the Black Slime And Other Tales of Horror

SECRET DOOR BOOKS * ** Simon & Schuster

Wow! You Can Fly
Crazy Computers
The Monster Family
Brontosaurus Moves In
Giants, Elves and Scary Monsters
Happy Birthday to You
The Enchanted Forest
Visitor from Outer Space
The Inch-High Kid
The Magic Carpet
Crazy Computers
The Secret Life of Toys

*(Written under pseudonym R.G. Austin, with Rita Golden Gelman
**(Some editions in Hebrew and Portuguese)

RHYME AND REASON, Price Stern Sloan (with Muff Singer)

The Great Mosquito, Bull and Coffin Caper, Lothrop, Lee and
Shepard, Beech Tree Books

The World’s Greatest Toe Show, with Muff Singer, Bridgewater, Troll
The Vampires Went That-A-Way (with Muff Singer), Troll Books

Alison goes for the Gold
Alison Lost in the Woods
Alison Walks the Wire
Magic Attic Books (all books under pseudonym)

NON-FICTION:-

Vampires and Other Creatures of the Night (with Rita Gelman)
1991, Scholastic Books

ONE APRIL MORNING: Children Remember the Oklahoma City
Bombing *
by Nancy Lamb and Children of Oklahoma City
Lothrop, Lee & Shepard

* Selected by the National Council for the Social Studies as
one of the Notable Children’s Books in 1997.
* Finalist for the Oklahoma Book Award, 1997.