We are excited about starting the 2nd draft of this final book in the Boy Crazy trilogy and hope that you will enjoy it when it’s in print! Love, Angela
Greetings! It’s been a wonderful gift for the upcoming birthday to receive feedback that readers are enjoying Boy Crazy 1960-1962: The High School Diary. Other readers have expressed eagerness to read Boy Crazy in College, which is progressing steadily! Have a healthy, joyous 2019 with heartwarming books to read! Love and smiles, Angela
Dear Readers, recent months have been busy: selling & distributing the enormous batch of “Boy Crazy 1960-1962: The High School Diary” Ingram Spark printed to satisfy demand during the launch sale.
We’re thankful for all the enthusiastic readers who…..
Dear Patient, Enthusiastic Readers! The sequel has gone to our talented professional for editing while I draft front covers. We welcome your input about color variations and title banner designs for the new cover which will include the diary image with a new dance photo! Love and smiles, Angela
Dear Loyal Readers and Fans,
We’re editing old photos and exploring publishing options for Boy Crazy 1960-1962: The High School Diary, after most of the writing has been completed! We are sure that you are savvy enough to know that finishing a book is a challenging endeavor. We’re grateful for your patience!
Love and smiles,
Working hard on the sequel, Boy Crazy 1960-1962: The High School Years, we are grateful for shared memories, e.g., from kind classmates and relatives of friends who inspired the book’s characters!
Love and hugs, Angela
In 1957, Angela was elected school president. In 1958, her classmates predicted that she’d be the first female President of the US.
She has always much preferred creative pursuits, like dancing and art, to politics and currently loves photography and writing, as well as dancing!
Love and smiles, Angela
We are grateful to reconnect with wonderful friends from past decades who are helping enormously in ensuring that the sequel to Boy Crazy: The Secret Life of a 1950s Girl is accurate! We are especially thankful to be in touch with the kind families of deceased friends who inspired characters in the book. Love and smiles, Angela
If you live in Los Angeles, you can find Boy Crazy: The Secret Life of a 1950s Girl in the public library!!
Thank you, dear readers, for the following positive feedback:
Several recent readers have reported shedding tears after reading certain touching scenes and laughing about and enjoying the many light-hearted parts of Boy Crazy: The Secret Life of a 1950s Girl. More than one reader loved the authenticity of the girl’s voice and convincing realism of the book. Another mentioned that young readers and fans of romance novels will go for Boy Crazy: The Secret Life of a 1950s Girl. We are grateful that…..