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The Deflowering of Rhona Lipshitz

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Author: Lisa Lieberman Doctor

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"A truly unique and perceptive voice. It touched my heart-so real and beautiful." Lesli Linka Glatter, director, ER, and West Wing. Rhona Lipshitz of Queens, New York is eleven days away from becoming Mrs. Stuart Martin Weiner. The Temple has been booked, gowns have been fitted and beauty parlor appointments have been made. Only one small problem stands in the way of this perfect marriage: Rhona doesn't love Stuie, and she knows she never will. With no way out, Rhona gamely counts down the days to the dreaded event...and finds herself falling madly, hopelessly in love with a wonderful man. Too bad it's not Stuie.

booklover

Good story,I liked the characters but wished Rhona would have ended up with Jeffrey.


Kary Davis

I felt like I knew the characters personally....enjoyed this story immensley..


ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Lisa Lieberman Doctor

Born and raised in Queens, New York, Lisa Lieberman Doctor enjoyed a sixteen-year carer as a development and production executive in Los Angeles at such companies as Universal Pictures, Warner Brothers and Tristar Pictures. In 1980 she was profiled in the Los Angeles Times Sunday Calendar cover story as one of six enterprising young Hollywood executives. She was the only woman profiled in the article. Her last executive position was Vice President of Robin Williams’ company, Blue Wolf Productions, where she oversaw production of “Mrs.Doubtfire.” In 1995 she switched gears to become a staff writer on ABC’s “General Hospital” and its spin-off, “Port Charles,” and was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award and Writers Guild Award for her work as part of the “General Hospital” team. After several years writing daytime drama, she refined her focus to writing fiction and coaching other writers. She currently leads weekly writing workshops in Los Angeles, and also teaches at the UCLA Extension Writer’s Program. Twice yearly she leads writing workshops at the Esalen Institute in Big Sur, California. She has taught writing at Cal State Northridge Adult Learning, The University of The Balearic Islands in Mallorca, Spain, and Rancho La Puerta in Tecate, Mexico. Her first novel, “The Deflowering of Rhona Lipshitz,” was published by Elderberry Press in 2003. She has also served as an expert witness in motion picture copyright infringement law. She lives in Los Angeles, California with her husband, clinical psychologist Ron Doctor.

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