I’m so pleased to have the opportunity to interview author Sammi Robin today at 3:30 PST on Blog Talk Radio.
Read on for details…
We’ve all grown up with the magical tales of Cinderella and Snow White. They’ve shaped our ideals, but with the exception of Kate Middleton, most of us must face the fact that princes only reside in the enchanted world of make-believe, and kissing frogs is an all too often occurrence.
“So Many Frogs…Not Enough Prozac” is for every girl who has fallen for a frog. Author Sammi Robin has been involved with actors, reality stars, identical twins and every guy in between. She’s bawled her eyes out in the self-help aisle of Barnes & Noble while searching for a book to ease her broken heart. While looking for a book that contained real stories of heartbreak, she came up empty-handed. At the urging of friends, who also needed to know they weren’t alone in their bad dating decisions, she decided to write that book.
Ever hear of creating a fake Facebook boyfriend just to make your guy jealous? Sammi’s done that and more. Within these pages, she’ll reveal her most embarrassing dating moments, biggest heartbreaks, cringe-worthy mistakes, and fortunately, the lessons learned.
Sammi is also a blogger writing about dating in Hollywood for “The Blow Off” blog as well as others. Her article, “No Contact Rule,” has had over 250,000 views and she is known as a girl about town having dated many an actor and model as well as having many friends who frequent the “movers and shakers” inner circles.
You can stay in contact with Sammi here…
Margery Walshaw works with writers to promote their projects to consumers and entertainment entities. Via Evatopia, she has created a networked world of creative, female entrepreneurs and markets them to a targeted audience of women. She has worked on publicity campaigns for internationally recognized companies and taught P.R. at Pepperdine University in Malibu, also providing private instruction to countless professionals. Margery holds a dual BA in Communications and Social Sciences, and a MA in Professional Writing from USC (go Trojans!). Stay in touch with Margery via Evatopia's social media links along with this site's newsletter.