Friday Feature and Giveaway – A Novel of Hollywood in the 1930s
Girl of My Dreams by Peter Davis
Today I have a special feature and the opportunity for one of my readers to win a copy of the just released debut novel Girl of My Dreams by Peter Davis; a sweeping novel of the 1930s that captures the essence of a golden, lurid era when Hollywood became the fantasy capital of the world.
About the Book
by Peter Davis
Publisher: Open Road
Publication Date: May 2015
Format: Paperback | 482 pages
Girl of My Dreams follows a wide-eyed young screenwriter in the 1930s when Hollywood, the Depression, and the Communist Party intersected powerfully in the American psyche. From the glamorous and mysterious star Palmyra Millevoix to the ruthless studio mogul Mossy Zangwill, protagonist Owen Jant struggles to navigate a world that is as seductive as it is toxic. Filled with scandal, romance, murder, riots, and celebrities of the day, Girl of My Dreams shines a spotlight on an American moment in all its magic and malice, glory and greed.
About the Author
Peter Davis is an author and Academy Award-winning documentary filmmaker (Hearts and Minds). The son of screenwriters, he grew up in Los Angeles. Girl of My Dreams is his fourth book and first novel.
Connect with Peter
Courtesy of the publicist, I have one copy of Girl of My Dreams to give away to a reader with a mailing address in the continental US. To enter, fill out the form below on or before midnight, Saturday, June 13th. For an extra entry, tweet or blog about the giveaway. The winner will be contacted by email and have 48 hours to respond.
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Source: Giveaway provided by Tandem Literary.
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