Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Teaser Tuesday from Playing the Maestro

I don't usually post a Teaser Tuesday, because I'm not that organized to blog on certain days about certain topics. But, in honor of my new release, I've come up with one:

"Every one of the musicians she’d dated was the same as her: burned out from practicing to beat the chair ahead of him, teaching five million lessons a day to make ends meet, scrambling for gigs two hours away on the weekends, so involved in a dying art form that he didn’t even know the Bruins were an ice hockey team."

And I've got another one:

" “Why would a flute prodigy from Julliard want this little Civic Symphony seat anyway? Seems to me a girl who played the Mozart G Major concerto in front of the New York Phil at age seven could get a seat in any orchestra. Age seven. When I was seven, the only thing I was playing was pretend flute on my toothbrush.” "

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Theresa Milstein said...

Love the cover! Congratulations!

Carole Anne Carr said...

The second one intrigues me!

Cherie Reich said...

Love the teasers! And the cover!! Can't wait to read it! :D

Christine Rains said...

Awesome teasers!