I am thrilled to share with you all that my latest book PRIME TIME which was released on August 9th spent several weeks on the NYTimes Bestseller List! I am so grateful to everyone who has been a part of this. Some of you have been following along on my blog, Facebook and Twitter. Others purchased a book, downloaded an enhanced ebook, or came out to a book signing. All of you have been a part of the success, and hopefully we are all feeling a little wiser about the aging process. I hope you will continue to share your thoughts and feelings, as I value them so much.

Now its time to celebrate and have some PRIME TIME FUN! Visit my Facebook fan page for an opportunity to win an autographed copy of PRIME TIME. The copy will be personally signed to you from me! To read the official rules and enter, please visit:

Good luck to all of you!


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  1. Hi Jane,

    Once again can’t enter because I live in Europe. What a pity! Never mind. I already bought a copy. A brilliant read. Would have loved an autographed copy though.

    Maybe you’ll do a competition one day for your international fans ๐Ÿ™‚

    Take care from Hamburg

  2. Hi Jane,

    What a pity! I’m not a member with Facebook. Never mind. I won an autographed copy on eBay last August. I really enjoyed reading it.


  3. I signed up just in case. ๐Ÿ™‚

    From Ellen: “Jesus’ mission was “to preach good news to the poor”, “proclaim freedom for the prisoners, recovery of sight for the blind, and to release the oppressed” (Luke 4:18). Jesus went about doing good and healing all that were oppressed by Satan. There were whole villages where there was not a moan of sickness in any house, for Jesus had healed them all. His work gave evidence of God’s divine anointing. Love, mercy, compassion were revealed in every act of His life. (He took on my nature so he could reach my wants.) The poorest and humblest were not afraid to approach Him. Little children climbed upon His knees without fear.”

  4. HI Jane,
    I did it…even if I am from Europe, I could not resist to try “ma chance de gagner”. And I agree with previous comments, would be great to see you promoting your book here in Europe too (Paris?!)
    I was finally able to buy a copy in the US, and I am enjoying so much the reading that I promote the book around me :-)… and my enthousiasm is working.
    it’s great to follow you since so many years. Thank you!

    @Jason:why do you say you cannot partecipate? I was able to enter…

  5. Dear Jane, I look forward to reading your book.
    I wrote a poem exclusively for you which I sent to: [email protected] Do hope you will like it. Kind Regards, L.

  6. Jane, Staff at UCLA love you. We hope that you would consider speaking on campus about your perspective on finding quality of life. Many of us forget that here and are preoccupied with working hard on a day-to-day basis and fear asthe impact of impending budget cuts.

    I missed you speaking at Rancho La Puerta by a week. I hope that there will be opportunities in the future.

    • Tim, hank you for your nice remarks about UCLA. As for speaking there, all depends on schedule. I’m working on 3 books and some film work in coming months but let’s keep the idea open. Again, thanks. xxo

  7. Although, I’ll be 65 tomorrow (29 Mar 2012); It’s still hard for me to overcome my feelings as a former U.S. Army (Veteran) of the late 60’s. But, I’m still trying to forgive you. As are so many of my military friends. Because, we were dealt such a dis-service, by your overt actions. But, I’m on the case. Jeanne

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