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  • Writer's pictureEvelyn H Lazare

Home for the holidays

After publishing two books within one week, it was time for a break. "The Ladies Who Do Dinner" and "Temple Sholom Sifrei Torah" were both hot off the press in late October. What did I do to celebrate? I took a six-week vacation, trying hard not to write! It's amazing how relaxing it can be without internet access for days on end. And when the conversations turned to my novels, people were eager to provide new title suggestions for continuations of the series. "The Ladies Who Do a Pub Crawl" was one; "The Ladies Who Tour Wine Country" was another. But my favorite was "The Ladies Who Drink Single Malt Scotch." Not that I'm ready to write another book, but just thinking about the research is appealing!

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