J. Arlene Culiner
J. Arlene Culiner
Actress, photographer, social critical artist, musician and writer, J. Arlene Culiner, born in New York and raised in Toronto, has been living in England, Germany, Turkey, Greece, Holland and Hungary. She now resides in a 400-year-old former inn in a French village of no interest. Much to local dismay, she protects all creatures, especially spiders and snakes, and her wild garden is a bird and butterfly refuge. Her great passion is veering off the beaten track to discover forgotten communities with strange characters and very odd conversations, all of which she incorporates into short stories, mysteries, narrative non-fiction and romances.
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The man simply stared at her for a long minute, took her in with an uncompromising glance, noting her faded, shapeless, print dress that suggested anything but seduction, her very pale hazel eyes, and the light hair plaited into two, thick, old-fashioned braids. Not the sort of woman he was used to, she was sure of that. “You’re Ms. Alice Treem
#guestpost – Sad Summer in Biarritz by Jill Culiner @JArleneCuliner @CLPebooks Posted on 7th August 2017 By Nicola I’m very pleased to be sharing with you today a guest post from Jill Culiner, author of Sad Summer in Biarritz. First of all, here’s what the book is about. I have now started my new life with its positive dynamic; by recording a
Montagny in 1979
“Uh—Marek?” He turned, his eyes sweeping over her, taking in the thick, white towel fastened, sarong style, over her slender curves, and she felt her heartbeat increase again, sending tension along every single nerve. Cut this out. This is nothing but pure, potent sexuality. Which was difficult enough at the best of times. “Yes?” “I don