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EXCLUSIVE PODCAST 10pm 7-13-08 World Famous Author Jackie Collins "1-on-1" With Tom Pace
Sunday, Jul 13, 2008 8:13pm

BOSSIER CITY, LA (By: Tom Pace, Executive Editor, Talk of the Town) HOLLYWOOD EXCLUSIVE: 10pm 7-13-08  Sunday, July 13th, 2008 turned out to be a very lucky number for hundreds of Jackie Collins fans, as well as Tom Pace from "The Talk of the Town."  

Jackie Collins is beautiful, charming, witty, eloquent, and smart.  Very smart.  Make no mistake about it.  Beneath that captivating smile and the polished look of a Hollywood starlet, beats a heart of pure gold…that loves to entertain and inspire: a most-refreshing persona, in this day of pseudo-intellect and pop-culture society.  (www.JackieCollins.com

Today was a 5-Star Day for Tom Pace and his “The Talk of the Town” website (www.ShreveTalk.com).  It was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to interview Jackie Collins: one of the most renown authors in the world (with 26 best-selling novels to her credit). Click here for Tom's EXCLUSIVE podcast interview with Ms. Collins.   

Ms. Collins was making a rare appearance in Bossier City, Louisiana at Harrah’s Louisiana Downs…all part of her “MARRIED LOVERS” book tour crossing the United States by bus. 

Now this is the “business side” of Jackie C.  Not only self-promotion, but cross-promotion with one of the largest chain of casinos in the United States: Harrah’s Entertainment, along with her book publisher, St. Martin's Press. 

In her “One-on-One” interview with the radio host of “The Talk of the Town” on SuperTalk 1340, KRMD, Jackie Collins revealed to Tom, a very personal side not always seen by the general public.  She’s not kiss-and-tell, but kiss-and-wonder!

Jackie Collins looked like she stepped out a Vogue fashion shoot.  Dressed smartly in black slacks and top with a beige jacket (she tells me, she LOVES black.)  The outfit was accentuated with beautiful marching earrings and necklace of aquamarine stones.

Writing since she was eight, Jackie C. was expelled from school when she was 15.  “Follow your dreams,”  that’s what she tells the women out there.

And the rest, as they say, is history.

 


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