Title: The Gorgeous Girls
Author: Marie Wilson
Publication Date: May 1, 2013 by HarperCollins, a Patrick Crean Editions Imprint
Event organized by: Literati Author Services, Inc.
Erotica for the thinking woman, this well-written novel interlaces the lives of three women in search of love, sex and adventure. Rose, Con, and Wanda, all disciples of the legendary Dorothy Parker, meet regularly for drinks to share laughter and tears as they recount their romantic and sexual escapades. From Toronto to Vancouver to Paris, these three jump in and out of bed with an collection of interesting men, discovering along the way some of life’s hard truths, but never without a dash of humour. Featuring shoes, martinis, clothes, champagne, and of course sex, The Gorgeous Girls is a smart, playful and delicious sexual extravaganza from start to finish.
Ten pieces of advice you would tell the “teen”you
Keep on doing what you love to do
Don’t let others bring you down; walk away from negativity
Be serious in your play and playful in your seriousness
If you want to do the seemingly impossible – find a way, for there is a way
Cultivate your originality
Celebrate your uniqueness
Do not give up
Marie Wilson was born to a paint merchant and an Olympic runner in Vancouver, BC. After studying painting and theatre at UBC and SFU, she moved to Toronto to put herself on the boards. Following appearances on some of Toronto’s best stages, she turned her attention to writing. Marie has published work in a number of magazines and newspapers, including NOW magazine and The Globe and Mail, had a handful of good reviews, met some great people, found love, and birthed a trio geniuses along the way.