Today, I'm thrilled to share Lizzie Harwood's memoir, XAMNESIA, with you. I've known Lizzie 'virtually' for quite some time now, seeing that we're both members of Paris Authors Group – comprised of writers who live or have lived in France who support one another. A few weeks ago, I finally met dynamic Lizzie –author and book editor extraordinaire–in person at a bar in Paris, along with two other writers from PAG (Vicki Lesage and Janina Rossiter). I hadn't read XAMNESIA prior to our meet-up. And I can assure you the conversation would have taken a different turn.
Lizzie's life was wild! Really wild. I thought my life was an adventure...
|ABOUT THE BOOK|
Welcome to Xamnesia... where you forget who you were when you landed.
At twenty-three, Lizzie leaves her native New Zealand to work for VIP billionaires in a remote Asian oasis. Legally forbidden to talk about her employers, she starts to call her new life Xamnesia. It's not all bad living in Xamnesia -- she gets a hug from Michael Jackson and diamond watches as tips. But the servitude and secrecy of her new life destroys her self-confidence.
Even transferred to Paris, she depends on champagne, cigarettes, and hotel concierges on speed dial to help fulfill all VIP requests. Will smuggling a million dollars be what snaps her out of her fog? And can she forge a real life after so many years in 'Xamnesia'?
An illuminating, no-holds-barred travel memoir about money, myopia and men.
HERE'S WHAT I SAID ABOUT XAMNESIA...
"When Lizzie Harwood blindly accepts a job to work for a billionaire family on a remote island in Asia, she jumps at the opportunity, taking a risk not many of us would dare to think of attempting. XAMNESIA is intense, unapologetic, and gripping. From page one, I was swept into Harwood's wild adventure and found myself devouring her tale in one sitting. Wow! What a story! And it's true!!!"
Seriously, it's a must read!
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