Marlene Dietrich, “Mother Teresa with better legs,” (according to Billy Wilder) and me…

Dietrich Milton GreeneThis is just my ever-so-subtle way of asking those who picked up my book yesterday to please (You don’t really want to see a grown woman beg do you? Apart from anything else it bags my nylons!) take a few minutes to leave a review at Amazon.com once you have read It’s In His Kiss as this would be a huge help to me in getting the message about
the novel out there. I thank you and Marlene thanks you and Mother T. thanks you!

For those curious about those sort of things, Heather (!), this is a publicity still for Witness for the Prosecution shot by photographer Milton Greene.

You all know I don’t have a publisher standing behind me anymore, but I have the 1,198 of you who took up my offer of a free download. I have you standing behind me. It makes me so happy I feel like I’ve had three cups of coffee, when I haven’t. Thank you!

We’ll return to regular programing tomorrow 😉 .

4 comments

  1. Heather in Arles

    Why thank you for the sly wink, Ms. V! Because yes, I do tend to hound you about these fine photographs. I should have guessed the mystery within this iconic image was Mr. Greene’s doing. That well could have been Marilyn behind that blond curtain save that nobody and I do mean nobody has ever had a set of gams like the great Lili Marlene…it’s enough to leave one breathless on this Monday morning…

    And so is your incredible success with the Kindle download! Hoorah!!

    Folks, just trust me, once you read “It’s in His Kiss” you are going to WANT to shout about it so please do the right thing. It takes two minutes. 🙂
    *smiling with a little curtsy*

    • More impressive that those gams did several tours for the USO during WW11, she was something else.
      Ah, the Kindle… Still a mystery how that will influence the book!
      And thank you so much for leaving a review! I think you were among the first!

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