Jessica Rohm (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Jessica Rohm writes: "It is with great pleasure and excitement that I can finally announce the arrival of my third novel, Sugar Tower. The professional reviews have been terrific, calling it a "crackling thriller," a "masterful mystery," and a "great story that will get you hooked from beginning to end," and, from the New York Daily News, "Sex and the City with a real estate angle and a murder twist." You can read the reviews by visiting my website: http://www.jessicadeerohm.com . The book is available globally on amazon.com , in print and Kindle versions, as an eBook on B&N Nook, Apple iPad, and every other eBook format available. In the US, ask for it at your bookstore."
Dahong Zhang (email@example.com)
DAHONG ZHANG finished a book on wealth management for women. In the book, which is written for a Chinese audience, Dahong writes about lessons learned from personal experience and offers an introduction to the concepts of modern portfolio management, personal balance sheets, and human capital. The central message of her book is that women should think about wealth beyond material and monetary terms and that they can become the portfolio managers of their own lives. The book is published by CITIC Press, one of China's leading publishing houses. Dahong works for a private bank in New York and lives with her husband and son in New Jersey. She can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Susannah Flanagan Auby (email@example.com)
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Susannah Flanagan Auby and her husband, Jase, are delighted to announce that they have "increased their offspring population by 100 percent with the addition of two daughters, Olive, born September 25, 2006 and Juliet, born March 7, 2008." The girls join big brothers Walter and Calvin in Austin, Tex.