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Diane Meier Delaney is the author of The Season of Second Chances and The New American Wedding. She is the founder and president of MEIER, a full service marketing firm in Manhattan.

Here's a blog entry I wrote a couple days ago for E-Junkie:

"E-Junkie has asked if I’d discuss my feelings about having a book produced in an e-book format. But I have to admit, at least for me, it’s kind of a non-issue. I am a marketer and as such, schooled to never confuse content with delivery system. I’m keenly aware of the fact that the Internet brings all kinds of opportunities to amplify... Read more of this blog post »
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Average rating: 3.57 · 2,003 ratings · 404 reviews · 9 distinct works · Similar authors
The Season of Second Chances

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Breakfast: The Talking Box

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Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

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Lunch: Tap or Toe

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Cocktails & Advertising

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All the Stars in the Heavens by Adriana Trigiani
All the Stars in the Heavens
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All the Stars in the Heavens. A brave and beautiful move forward for Adrianna Trigiani.

For many years I was close to elderly neighbors here in New York. Decades before I knew them Eleanor had been Loretta Young’s press secretary. Keith had been one
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Howards End by E.M. Forster
Howards End
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This had been a favorite book years and years ago, but reading it again, v recently, made me wonder what I was looking at back then. This time around, I found Howards End shallow, far too easy in its targets and cartoon-like in its aim.
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"* An advance copy of Everybody Rise was provided to me by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

Though I enjoyed parts of this book, I cannot say that it is worthy of the seven-figure book deal (oh, the irony!), potential film, or praise..." Read more of this review »
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"Thanks to Goodreads First Reads and St. Martin's Press - and to my kind, giveaway-winning Goodreads friend who shared her copy with me - for the opportunity to read an advance copy of this novel!

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" Folks who haven't gotten through Ulysses? Well -I have a treat for you: "re;Joyce" – The brilliant weekly podcast series by Frank Delaney, that decons ...more "
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Fosse by Sam Wasson
Fosse
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At first you think - my god - this tome is the size of a NYC phone book! How could there possibly be that much to say about Bob Fosse. But - there is.

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The Season of Second Chances by Diane Meier
"I recently finished The Season of Second Chances, by Diane Meier and liked it so much that I didn’t want to write about it!

I do that sometimes after experiencing a great movie, opera, musical or book. When something touches me profoundly, I want i..." Read more of this review »
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All That Is by James Salter
All That Is
by James Salter
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The people who review 'All That Is' as though they expect to find "all things fair and proper," are missing the point about Salter. Think of hims as a painter - Like Degas or Vermeer - and you'll find the path.

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“But for a long time, and probably far too long, I had a secret wish: the adolescently romantic idea that there was someone out there for me; someone I hadn't met yet who would ask me on a date and make sense of my life. I harbored the hope, I'm now embarrassed to admit, that like a girl in a Lifetime movie, I would look into someone's eyes and find a reflection of my inner life. But sometime between my teenage years and the first years in New York, that idea had pretty well evaporated. I'd grown up.”
Diane Meier, The Season of Second Chances

“Change rarely happens in doses large enough to choke you. Everyday you swallow a little more and expect a little less.”
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“But I remember the place with fondness ... not perfect but, all in all, not a bad memory.”
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