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Alisa Steinberg is a novelist, poet, 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). Steinberg is a lover of great literature, good jokes, romantic movies, and the frequent shopping excursion for fabulous clothes at bargain prices (where she doesn't have to fist fight a fellow shopper for a Juicy Couture sweater). She's the author of "Text Me, a Tale of Love and Technology" and "Notes from Ellen Wasserfeldman" (a comedic novel, the first of a trilogy, due out in the Fall of 2010). Steinberg has...more


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As we approach a New Year, I sift through possible resolutions; what my first resolution would be is simple – I'd like to pass onto others who are not writers the knowledge on how to deal with those who live by the pen. Plainly stated, it would be How to Relate to the Writer in Your Life or, in my own personal case:No, I'm Not the Unabomber.


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Text Me, A Tale of Love and Technology (Literature & Fiction)
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Description: 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't a fruit stand and how to work an iPod and GPS locator when she can't even work a simple coffee machine, so she finds herself spending a majority of her afternoons and evenings with both men: Luke, the type of man she's always dreamt of, and Ted, the type of man she never desired ... But when Ted survives her knocking him unconscious with a Wii Remote, and endures her frantic, midnight phone calls when she can't turn on the HDTV, does Penelope have a change of heart? With a tie-in to the film "It's a Wonderful Life" and its main character, George Bailey, who Penelope shares similarities with in her yearning to start anew outside of a small-town, this is a humorous story of self-discovery and love.

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“Being an idealist is not being a simpleton; without idealists there would be no optimism and without optimism there would be no courage to achieve advances that so-called realists would have you believe could never come to fruition.”
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“There's a cover for every pot, but I've never seen so many mismatched pots and covers in all my life. - Ellen Wasserfeldman, from Notes from Ellen Wasserfeldman by Alisa Dana Steinberg”
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“Mental Note #50: The apple doesn't fall far from the tree, even though it most desperately wants to. - Notes from Ellen Wasserfeldman”
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message 28: by Alisa

Alisa Steinberg Hi Everyone!

My new eBook "Rantalicious: It's a Funky, Funky World" (Thrifty eBook Series) just came out and it cost only 99-cents! Right now it's available at Amazon.com and it'll soon be available at other major online book retailers. Take a look at the book on amazon.com at http://amzn.to/vkzz1J . - Alisa Steinberg


Rantalicious  It's a Funky, Funky World (Rantalicious, Thrifty eBook Series) by Alisa Steinberg


message 27: by Alisa

Alisa Steinberg Hey Everyone,

Just posted a new video trailer for my book "Notes from Ellen Wasserfeldman"! Go to:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=df9ovk...

Alisa Steinberg
Notes from Ellen Wasserfeldman


message 26: by Alisa

Alisa Steinberg Hey everyone! Just put out a new novel titled "Notes from Ellen Wasserfeldman!" Will post it on my profile page soon! - Alisa Steinberg

Notes from Ellen Wasserfeldman (Ellen Wasserfeldman Series) by Alisa Steinberg


message 25: by Alisa

Alisa Steinberg Everyone - Just came out with a new book! "Notes from Ellen Wasserfeldman." I will post it on my profile page soon! - Alisa Steinberg

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message 24: by Alisa

Alisa Steinberg Hi everyone! Take a look at my new website!

http://www.alisasteinberg.net/


message 23: by Pamela

Pamela Hey Alisa...Thanks for accepting my friend request.


message 22: by Alisa

Alisa Steinberg Hi everyone!

Just posted my new eBook - "Rantalicious: Spring has Sprung" (Rantalicious, 99-Cent Series; June 2011)!

Take a look ...

Rantalicious  Spring has Sprung (Rantalicious, 99-Cent Series) by Alisa Dana Steinberg

Alisa


message 21: by Alisa

Alisa Steinberg Get ready for my new Rantalicious 99-Cent Series, starting with "Rantalicious: Spring has Sprung"! ...

Rantalicious  Spring has Sprung (Rantalicious, 99-Cent Series, # 1)  by Alisa Dana Steinberg


message 20: by Alisa

Alisa Steinberg My novel "Text me, A Tale of Love and Technology" on "Indie Books List" - check it out at http://bit.ly/eM16Wu

Alisa Dana Steinberg


message 19: by Milton

Milton Esitubi Mary Anita And The Second Liberation In KenyaConsider getting entertained with this book full of African passion, culture, social life and politics.


message 18: by Ed

Ed Rambeau Thanks for accepting my friend request, Alisa. It's greatly appreciated. If you love a good mystery, and you have either a Kindle, Nook or iBooks, I encourage you to try a sample of my first novel. It's called FORBIDDEN STEPS and it's getting raves and 5 stars across the board. Check out what folks are saying by clicking on the link below, then scroll downward.

http://www.craftweb.org/web/ed/book.html

Also, here's the link to my YouTube promo vid.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4c21_S...

Enjoy and have a wonderful day, Ed


message 17: by Alisa

Alisa Steinberg Just wanted to share - my novel "Text Me, A Tale of Love and Technology" is now #6 on the Amazon.com Bestseller list for Women's Fiction: Single and #35 in Women's Fiction (General)! So excited! :-)

Alisa Dana Steinberg

Text Me, A Tale of Love and Technology by Alisa Dana Steinberg


Penelope Marzec Thanks for the friendship. :^)


message 15: by Jonas

Jonas Saul Thanks for the add. Happy reading...

Daryl Sedore

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Christina Westover Lovely to meet you, Alisa: )


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Alisa Steinberg FYI - My comical, nonfiction essay book "Rantalicious: True Tirades from a Woman on the Edge" will be out in print edition within the next few weeks. The eBook edition is now out on Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com. ("Notes from Ellen Wasserfeldman" will be republished in both eBook and print edition in February/March 2011.)

- Alisa

Rantalicious  True Tirades from a Woman on the Edge by Alisa Dana Steinberg


message 12: by Alisa

Alisa Steinberg Hey, everyone! Just busy writing the second half of my third novel.(Oh my, many of you know how time consuming that is!)And I'm always busy writing my blog "Today's Rant."

Thanks to so many of you for accepting my friend requests. Greatly appreciated!

Please feel free to send me messages/questions, and I will get back to you as soon as possible. (I will, I promise.)

Good reading and writing to you all!

Cheers :-)

Alisa


message 11: by Cheryl

Cheryl Thanks for the friend request!


Amy Louise Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!


message 9: by Jesse

Jesse Hanson I really like your Woody Allen quote about speed reading but i didn't know how to "like" it.


message 8: by Jesse

Jesse Hanson Sure do appreciate your adding me to your friends, Alisa. jesse


message 7: by Alisa

Alisa Steinberg Another day and tonight, another dialy pick for Chick Lit Shorties' Technology Twist!:-) Join in at http://bit.ly/de7JSL! ... And remember, the Technology Twist contest wraps up tomorrow at 11 pm EST, so get your entries in soon!

Alisa Dana Steinberg
Text Me, A Tale of Love and Technology


message 6: by Alisa

Alisa Steinberg Don't forget to enter the Technology Twist writing contest at www.chicklitshorties.com! Needed: an imagination and 500 words! http://bit.ly/de7JSL

Alisa Dana Steinberg
Text Me, A Tale of Love and Technology


message 5: by Alisa

Alisa Steinberg HEY EVERYONE! THE CONTEST "TECHNOLOGY TWIST" FOR MY DEBUT NOVEL "TEXT ME, A TALE OF LOVE AND TECHNOLOGY" IS NOW ON WITH CHICKLITSHORTIES.COM! TO ENTER just go to CHICKLIT SHORTIES at http://bit.ly/de7JSL and win a FAB PRIZE and join in on the fun!

Happy reading and writing to all! :-)

Text Me, A Tale of Love and Technology
Alisa Dana Steinberg


message 4: by Alisa

Alisa Steinberg HEY GOODREADS PEEPS! Get ready for a surprise tomorrow! Stay tuned ...


message 3: by Alisa

Alisa Steinberg Hi everyone! Just wanted you all to know that my comically quirky novel "Notes from Ellen Wasserfeldman" is now officially out in eBook format at Amazon.com at Notes from Ellen Wasserfeldman Take a look at the book's synopsis ...

One neurotic therapist, her two crazy friends, and one-hundred mental notes ... Oh - and an orgasm named "Oliver" ...

Get ready for the utterly unique "Notes from Ellen Wasserfeldman," - the first book of a comically quirky trilogy with Ellen, a single, neurotic psychotherapist, who's trying survive in New York City - an urban jungle filled with dysfunctional people. Trying to navigate through the daily trials and tribulations of this jungle, she uses "Mental Notes," which are her humorous quotes and 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 herself 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?

If you have any questions about "Notes from Ellen Wasserfeldman" or my debut book "Text Me, A Tale of Technology," just shoot me a message!

Cheers to all of you,
Alisa


message 2: by Alisa

Alisa Steinberg Hi everyone - I'm new to this site, so would anyone know where an author would post a new review, such as the one that just came out about my debut novel "Text Me, A Tale of Love and Technology?" http://amzn.to/90Lzmj


message 1: by Alisa

Alisa Steinberg Oh my, bear with me; I'm new to this site :-)


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