Pink Diamondz Events (division of SPA-bulous!) Presents:
An Evening with Bay Area Author Maria Murnane
Saturday, August 28, 2010
Includes light refreshments, raffle, & goody bag.
Maria Murnane, author of Perfect on Paper, is a Cal Berkeley and Northwestern graduate who spent nearly 10 years climbing the career ladder in Silicon Valley before finally admitting to herself that she was miserable. What did she do about it? That's the story she'll share at this fun event. She hopes it will inspire you to find what makes you happy in life and GO FOR IT -- no matter what.
By the way, Perfect on Paper is a romantic comedy, and while many men have emailed Maria to tell her how much they enjoyed reading it, she has dedicated the book to any woman who has ever been on a really bad date or realized halfway through the workday that her skirt is on backward.
Maria Murnane, author of the award-winning romantic comedy Perfect on Paper!
“I wrote this book for any woman who has ever been on a really bad date or realized halfway through the workday that her skirt is on backward.” –Maria Murnane
What the press is saying about Perfect on Paper:
“A hilarious and addictive book. I guarantee you won’t be able to put it down.” – Book Bitch
“The book is hilarious, with a lot of misadventures. Waverly is a really likeable and relatable character, which will pull you into the story and will have you rooting for her.” – Bellas Novella
“Perfect to read in the pedicurist’s chair, this story will captivate you from the start.”
What those who have heard her speak are saying about Maria:
“Maria is a profound role model for women (and men) who wish to pursue their dream.”
– Max Chang, Cal (UC Berkeley) Alumni Association of Utah
“Our women gushed that Maria was an intelligent, strong self-starter with a developed character who exuded unusual optimism and perseverance.”
– Alex Kushman, VP of programming for Harvard University’s Delta Gamma chapter
The story behind the story!
Join us as Maria shares her inspiring story about ditching the rat race with no idea what to do other than not to go to work anymore, and how her adventures led her to write this award-winning and highly humorous novel.
Books will be available for $15 and personally signed by Maria. We hope you will join us!