Emily Frankel Releases Six Romantic Fiction Works, Launches New Website
Once celebrated as a modern dancer, who dazzled audiences at New York’s Lincoln Center with a 70-minute, virtuoso performance of Mahler's "Fifth Symphony," Emily Frankel continues to explore
new life arenas and reinvent herself. On stage and off -- as a dancer, choreographer, director, playwright (seven plays), and the writer of the provocative daily blog, Em’s Talkery (www.emtalkery.blogspot.com) -- Emily Frankel has known success.
And now, as a novelist, she's fired a shot across the bow of the romantic novel genre with the publication of six dramatic, romantic, suspenseful works of fiction: "Circle of Ivy," "Heart City," "Karen of Troy," "Splintered Heart, "Three Miles East of Rose," and "Somebody: Woman of the Century."
The books, which feature strong, complex heroines who deal -- sometimes gracefully, sometimes not -- with the vagaries of life, from love and betrayal to ambition, loss, and redemption, have been published as e-books through Amazon.com, Smashwords.com and available on Overdrive.com, Barnes and Noble and other e-book outlets.
To celebrate their publication, Frankel has just gone live with www.EmilyFrankel.com, a new Website dedicated to her books.
In tandem with the books' release, television and film actor John Cullum -- who also happens to be Frankel's husband -- has recorded dramatic readings from each of Emily’s books. The videos are available on the couple's Youtube channel, Airbroadcasting.
Emily Frankel's daily blog, "Em's Talkery", offers her candid and frank take on what's happening in the world today -- from politics and pop culture to art and entertainment. She and husband John Cullum are the proud parents of actor JD Cullum. Together, each week, Emily Frankel and John Cullum record a videocast, from their home in New York City, on their Youtube channel, Airbroadcasting.