I’ve been asked many times what was the inspiration for Ten Fingers Touching.
As a child, I loved fairy tales and spent countless hours reading and dreaming. Fairy tales sweep you out of the present and transport you into magical worlds of fantasy and imagination.
As an adult, I wanted to write a multilayered romantic escape where grown-ups could lose themselves in an imaginary place with the same pleasure they derived from reading fairy tales in their youths. I also wanted to take a woman back to that special time in her life when she encountered her first romantic relationship.
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My next talk focuses on the resurgence of interest in fairy tales and their appeal for adults. Please join me at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh in Squirrel Hill on Thursday, May 7, 2015 from 6:00 pm – 7:45 pm.
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In anticipation of Mother’s Day, you might enjoy bringing your mother, daughter, aunt or a special friend!