A recent Boston Sun mention about my “Lady in the Window” Book Signing at Barnes & Noble Booksellers Prudential Center, 800 Boylston Street, Boston, on September 21, 5:30pm. 🙂
Maryann’s Press Interviews (Print)
On Sunday, September 24, 1:00 PM at the Barnes & Noble Booksellers, 1542 Northern Blvd, Manhasset, NY, I’ll be signing “Lady in the Window” and answering questions. I hope to see you!
JOIN US as author Maryann Ridini Spencer, an award-winning screenwriter, and producer, noted for co-producing/writing the classic Hallmark Hall of Fame movie, The Lost Valentine (starring Betty White and Jennifer Love Hewitt), signs her new novel, Lady in the Window. The author will be available for conversation and questions discussing her novel as well as writing for TV, Film & Print. Drawing from personal experiences and her home in Hawaii, Spencer weaves a universal work for women who have undergone similar events we all face at one time or another — the death of a loved one, the breakup of a romantic relationship, and the desire to find one’s authentic place in the world. Set in stunning Hanalei, and weaved with touches of angelic magic, Spencer’s novel serves to inspire hope, healing and celebrate the infinite bond between mother and daughter.
Friends in Boston, hope you can make this event — Thursday, Sept. 21, 5:30 pm, Barnes & Noble Prudential Center, 800 Boylston Street, Ste. 179, Boston, MA — Please SHARE with friends and family!
This past weekend I had the pleasure and privilege of speaking about and signing my novel, “Lady in the Window,” at the Barnes & Noble Booksellers on Telephone Road in Ventura (Saturday, July 15) and on Westlake Boulevard in Thousand Oaks (Sunday, July 16).
The events were well attended, and I had the opportunity to speak to so many interesting people about the book, as well as writing for TV, Film, and Print. It was also a joy to have attendees share their personal stories with me.
Below, please watch (and share!) my Facebook LIVE Event (also found on my Facebook Page VIDEOS) from Saturday in Ventura.
“Lady in the Window” captures Aloha Magic, Karmic Romance, and the Infinite Mother-Daughter Bond. Hardcover and eBook available at Barnes & Noble: http://bit.ly/2lOIotS
Award-Winning Screenwriter, Producer and Author Maryann Ridini Spencer Discusses and Signs her new novel "Lady in the Window," which captures Aloha Magic, Karmic Romance and the Infinite Mother-Daughter Bond at Barnes and Noble on July 15. Hardcover and eBook at Barnes & Noble: http://bit.ly/2lOIotS & Amazon: http://amzn.to/2qD4YVO
Posted by Maryann Ridini Spencer on Saturday, July 15, 2017
Join Maryann Saturday, July 15 & Sunday, July 16, 2017 at Barnes & Noble Booksellers in Ventura (July 15) and Thousand Oaks/Westlake (July 16). Check out the mention below in the Print & Online Version of Valley Scene Magazine’s Calendar (for The San Fernando & Conejo Valleys)
This light, sweet and crunchy salad works fantastic as an appetizer, side salad, or as a main course (served with a protein of your choice). The salad dressing, made with fresh lemon and lime juice, a dash of garlic salt, honey, and a tad of extra virgin olive oil, provides a slight tang when mixed with the sweet fruit. Flavors from the fresh dill sprigs and red onion also blend harmoniously with the fresh strawberries and Mandarin oranges. For more fresh & delicious recipes, visit The Plumeria Café,™ a charming eatery featured in “Lady in the Window,” (Hardcover & eBook @Barnes and Noble and Amazon), Maryann’s new novel from SelectBooks, which captures the Aloha Spirit, hope, healing, karmic romance, and the infinite mother-daughter bond. The café features a menu of eclectic dishes from blissful breakfasts to luscious lunches and delicious dinners to delectable baked goods, all developed with aloha by Maryann and made with fresh, organic ingredients.
WATCH Simply Delicious Living with Maryann® on Television (PBS-TV in Southern California, DirecTV and Dish Network), Online at Ventura County Star (Search: “Simply Delicious”) and LISTEN to Maryann’s PODCASTS on the Simply Delicious Living PODCAST Channel or in iTunes. Find out more, here.
- quinoa (cooked to package instructions, ½ c. per person per serving)
- 2 c. butter lettuce (or 1 c. per person)
- red onion, diced
- candied walnuts
- fresh dill sprigs
- fresh strawberries, sliced
- Mandarin orange slices
- 1 T. fresh lemon juice
- 1 T. fresh lime juice
- dash garlic salt
- extra virgin olive oil
- 1 T. honey
- Mix the above ingredients in a large salad bowl.
- Plate ½ c. quinoa.
- Add salad mix on top of quinoa.
- Garnish the salad with extra strawberries, Mandarin orange slices, and dill sprigs.
©2017, Maryann Ridini Spencer, SimplyDeliciousLiving.com
“Lady in the Window” Author Maryann Ridini Spencer to speak at Barnes & Noble Stores July 15 & 16, 2017
Join us as author Maryann Ridini Spencer, an award-winning screenwriter and producer discusses and signs her new novel Drawing from personal experiences and her home in Hawaii, Spencer weaves a universal work for women who have undergone the death of a loved one, the breakup of a romantic relationship, and the desire to find one’s authentic place in the world.
Saturday, July 16, 1:00 pm
Barnes & Noble Booksellers
4820 Telephone Road
Ventura, CA 93003
Sunday, July 16, 1:00 pm
Barnes & Noble Booksellers
160 S Westlake Blvd, Thousand Oaks, CA 91362
Find out more about “Lady in the Window,” click here.
Hardcopy and eBook available, click here for more information.
Photos from some recent Barnes & Noble Signings. To view other photos & Event VIDEOS, visit: Facebook.com/MaryannRidiniSpencer
I was given such a warm ALOHA at my “Lady in the Window” speaking engagement at the Barnes & Noble in Lahaina on Saturday, June 17, 2-4:00 p.m.! Once again the staff was amazing and all the attendees were so interesting, open, and enthusiastic.
It was so much fun passing out leis and greeting folks with Aloha, hearing their stories and answering their questions about the book.
I truly met some wonderful people that really touched my heart and I’m looking forward to more speaking opportunities in the area.
Under the photo below is an article that appeared in the Lahaina News paper (and online) on June 15. Also search artilces in Maui Now and Maui News in: “Lady in the Window Press”