Theresa Scott reading February 24
Join us for an evening with Theresa Scott on February 24 at 6pm at Orca Books. Theresa will be discussing and signing copies of her 2015 book Happiness, Inc.
About Happiness, Inc.:
A fable for our times... With their reality show headed for certain disaster, can their relationship be far behind? Jen-Jen Puffney is done with quietly fading into the background on the movie set of the barely functioning Lucky Plucky Reality Show. Desperate to help the failing show succeed, she seizes her one chance to lead the crew to success. If only that arrogant Dawson Burke would get out of her way. Dawson Burke plans to make the Lucky Plucky Reality Show the best in L.A. despite recent sabotage and the fact that the Star of the show is a big fake. The one glimmer of light in this rolling disaster is Jen-Jen Puffney. If only she'd notice he existed. By the time an old enemy from Dawson’s past catches up with him, the audience is fleeing faster than you can say ‘faux reality show.’ If Dawson can’t stop the show from tanking, then he, the beauteous Jen-Jen, and the Lucky Plucky crew of Happiness, Inc. will never work in Tinsel Town again... *The Lucky Plucky Reality Show™ is a production of Happiness, Inc. The show is a three-time winner of the ‘Grand Damn Award for Serious Mischief,’ the ‘Golden Palm Award’ for lowest number of audience members snoring in their seats, and that much sought after, rarely bestowed ‘Cleaning Up the Planet—One Person at a Time Award.’
About the author:
Theresa Scott’s 13 historical romance novels, published in print, have sold over 600,000 copies in the markets of the U.S., Canada, Australia, and Britain. Several of her books have been sold to publishers in Germany, Holland and Taiwan. Naturally, her writing is influenced by topics she is deeply interested in. She especially loves to write about human relationships gone terribly awry before being set to rights. The topic of dawning awareness, of suddenly recognizing epiphanies in our individual lives, also intrigues her and she likes to weave such epiphanies into her stories. She continues to feel hopeful that individuals, through loving relationships, can find the capacity to transform their lives, and the world, for the better.