You are cordially invited …
You are invited to join 5-Star Reviewed Author, Carol Malone on February 28th from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. PST to celebrate the launch of her FIGHT CARD ROMANCE: LADIES NIGHT! If you are a fan of pulp fiction, Los Angeles in the 1950s, boxing, or suspense with a healthy dash of sweet romance, then you don’t want to miss out on her launch party.
On this last day of the Month of Love, Carol requests the pleasure of your company. Because she adores her friends and fans, she wants you to come anytime during the hours of the party and hob-knob with celebrated authors, book mentors, and coaches who have influenced Carol’s writer’s journey. She too will celebrate them for their contribution to the publication of LADIES NIGHT.
Who are my biggest influencers?
If writing a book takes a village, I wish to express my gratitude to my little hamlet. Thanks to Tim Malone, husband and dearest critique- who’s writing his own sci-fi book. Thanks to Paul Bishop – the Co-Creator of the Fight Card Series and an author detective stories – my mentor and challenger. And thanks to Beth Barany – my kick-in-the-pants muse, mentor and book coach.
And … PLEASE, don’t forget about the giveaways – all right here on this FACEBOOK EVENT WALL.
What is “Fight Card Romance: Ladies Night” all about, you may ask?
Think Rocky meets the Untouchables …
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Los Angeles, 1954 … Gangsters, crime, boxing – and young love …
Jimmy Doherty, a hard-luck orphan from the south side of Chicago, was mentored in the sweet science of boxing by Father Tim Brophy, the Battling Priest of St. Vincent’s Asylum for Boys. Jimmy’s fists were good enough to take him to LA where he has begun his rise up the local fight-cards. He has big plans to be a contender and even bigger plans for Lindy – his trainer’s only daughter, who’s sweeter than apple pie and harder to resist.
But when Lindy is arrested for killing a boxer with ties to gangster Mickey Cohen, Jimmy is forced to join forces with the arresting detective – who would like to do much more with Lindy than put her in handcuffs – in a desperate search for the real killer.
Love can be murder – in or out of the ring …