Spotlight On Indie Author Alisa Steinberg
Alisa Steinberg is a novelist, humorist, and blogger, and back in the day, she was a practicing psychotherapist (and now she frequently thinks she's the insane person in the room). She lives in Manhattan, but doesn't own a pair of Jimmy Choo shoes or hangout at Bungalow 8 like Carrie Bradshaw (although she wouldn't be adverse to either). She's the author of "Text Me, a Tale of Love and Technology," "Rantalicious: True Tirades from a Woman on the Edge," and the Rantalicious' (monthly) "Thrifty eBook Series," and has been a writer since the age she first played hopscotch (which wasn't yesterday). Steinberg has been a blogger for skirt.com, has been published at more.com (More magazine's web site), and has had her poetry published in the Literary & Arts Magazine "Children, Churches and Daddies," and "Poet's Haven."
For more on Alisa Dana Steinberg, including information on her upcoming books, blogs, articles, and how to join her on Facebook and Twitter, go to alisadanasteinberg.com
Here are my books
|Rantalicious: Spring has Sprung (Rantalicious, Thrifty eBook Series)|
To kick-off Rantalicious' monthly Thrifty eBook Series, Alisa Steinberg is celebrating the last month of Spring in "Rantalicious: Spring has Sprung" with three humorous and heartwarming true-life tales for the season and all-year-round.
Go back to childhood and Spring in the early 1970s with the first of these tales -"The Kissing Girls Club"; experience the enchantment of the season in "Behind the Magic Eight Ball"; and fly off to college in New York in "Birds of a Feather."
Read the Rantalicious series and "Rantalicious: True Tirades from a Woman on the Edge," and find out why Steinberg is the ultimate ranter.
|Notes from Ellen Wasserfeldman|
In the hysterically funny novel "Notes from Ellen Wasserfeldman," Ellen is a single, neurotic psychotherapist who's trying survive in New York City - an urban jungle filled with dysfunctional people. Navigating through the daily trials and tribulations of this jungle, she uses her "Mental Notes," which are Ellen's humorous reflections that are applicable to the lives of the modern, everyday woman.
Ellen's Mental Notes, one-hundred altogether, begin on the first page with "Mental Note #1: If it wasn't for the hopeful probability of sex, men and women would have nothing to do with one another. (Okay, so this may be truer for men.)" ... Truly believing in the theory of hopeful probability - that anything is possible if you just keep on trying - Ellen prepares to win the heart of her adolescent crush, who she'll be seeing at a wedding in two-months after not seeing him for seventeen years. But can she really concentrate on the wedding when her father decides to join a monastery in the Poconos, a full-time podiatrist turns into her part-time stalker, floating clergy begin to hover over her bed, and a best friend becomes infatuated with "Oliver," the personification of the female orgasm?
With all this insanity in her life, will Ellen and her psyche make it to the wedding in one piece?
Truly original, best selling author Alisa Steinberg takes fiction to all new heights in this much-anticipated novel.
|Rantalicious: True Tirades from a Woman on the Edge|
In Rantalicious: True Tirades from a Woman on the Edge, bestslling author and humorist Alisa Dana Steinberg delves into her off-the-wall life and mind to deliver these ultra-ranting and comedic tales that are signature Steinberg.
Explore Ambushed at work. Ambushed at Saks., Tales of Tirades, Discontinued Products and Sephora Lip Liner #133 , This Ranter's Guide to 1-2-3 Weight Loss, and much, much more in this funny and tantrum induced collection of real life stories.
|Rantalicious: It's a Funky, Funky World (Thrifty eBook Series)|
From the author of "Text Me, A Tale of Love and Technology," "Notes from Ellen Wasserfeldman," and "Rantalicious: True Tirades from a Woman on the Edge" comes the bold and hysterical "Rantalicious: It's a Funky, Funky World" (Thrifty eBook Series)!
Author and humorist Alisa Steinberg continues her long line of off-beat, comedic vignettes with essays concerning what it is to be a Funky, De-funked or Smooth Light woman in this upside down world!
Find out where you are on the "Funkometer" in "Are You A)Funky B) De-funked or C)Smooth Light?" Discover where the Funky Girl came from in "A Woman's Evolution: Homo habilis ... Neanderthal ... Funky Gal". See why we're all connected in "Honey, De-funking is Fun or The Tragic Comedy that Unites Us". And get down to Flower Power and the Disco Ball with "The Sisterhood: Peace, Love and All that Crap".
Read "Rantalicious: It's a Funky, Funky World" and find out why Steinberg is considered the Ultimate Ranter.
|Text Me, A Tale of Love and Technology|
Small-town girl Penelope McAdams has one huge problem - she doesn't know a thing about technology - and when she moves to the all-wired-up and wireless world of New York City, where she makes the mistake of buying her first Blackberry minus the text messaging service (the modus operandi of communications for the Manhattan social scene), she's in for trouble ... In the romantic comedy "Text Me, A Tale of Love and Technology," Penelope's failed love life causes her to go on a quest to recover lost and important texts sent from her male suitors, resulting in a series of mishaps with everything from MP3 players to gaming equipment and two very different men who compel her to choose between the truth and a lie.
Aspiring to become an upwardly-mobile Manhattan woman, Penelope receives technology lessons from Ted Hollis, the anti-social-techno-geek who retrieves her texts, and begins a relationship with Luke Carson, the handsome shipping entrepreneur who texts her for a night out on the town. All seems to be going well, but Ted needs more time than expected to teach her that an Apple Store isn
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