Breakfast: The Talking Box [NOOK Book]

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Diane Meier's first novel, The Season of Second Chances was Henry Holt’s lead book for Spring, an Independent bookstore choice (Indie-Bound) top choice and noted as a top Summer Reading Choice by The New York Times.

Stylish, witty and sometimes wicked, Diane's new short story, The Talking Box, is an informed insider’s glimpse into the world of marketing and fashion.

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Breakfast: The Talking Box

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Overview

Diane Meier's first novel, The Season of Second Chances was Henry Holt’s lead book for Spring, an Independent bookstore choice (Indie-Bound) top choice and noted as a top Summer Reading Choice by The New York Times.

Stylish, witty and sometimes wicked, Diane's new short story, The Talking Box, is an informed insider’s glimpse into the world of marketing and fashion.

This short story, the first of a series of three (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner), takes you behind the scenes in the lives of characters who create the images we come to recognize as Status and Style.

Author, Diane Meier, has run her own luxury marketing firm for decades, with clients like Neiman Marcus, Elizabeth Arden and DeBeers in her portfolio. Her first book, The New American Wedding; Ritual and Style in a Changing Culture, explored the many stylish options available in creating authentic ceremony and celebration.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012598721
  • Publisher: MEIER
  • Publication date: 5/16/2011
  • Series: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Diane Meier, founder and owner of Meier Inc., a New York City marketing firm, and wife of bestselling novelist Frank Delaney, speaks to women of all ages in this tale of one woman's unexpected encounter with her true self.

www.dianemeier.com
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