Mark Your Calendar for Folsom Author Event

Mark Your Calendar for Folsom Author Event

The Folsom Public Library will host Cindy Fazzi’s presentation titled “Douglas MacArthur: Public Figure, Private Affair,” a part of its Author Series, on March 2, 2019, 10 a.m.-11:30 a.m.

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“My MacArthur” Named Quarterfinalist in ScreenCraft Cinematic Book Contest

“My MacArthur” Named Quarterfinalist in ScreenCraft Cinematic Book Contest

Cindy Fazzi’s historical novel, My MacArthur, was chosen as a quarterfinalist in ScreenCraft’s 2018 Cinematic Book Competition. “Our jury is looking for books that would be great for film and/or television,” according to the organization.

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The Giving Season: 8 Practical Gifts for the Writer in Your Life

The Giving Season: 8 Practical Gifts for the Writer in Your Life

If you’re looking for a gift for the special writer in your life, you can skip the funny T-shirt or the coffee mug with a motivational quote this time. Most writers need practical things that won’t cost you a dime and earn you endless gratitude.

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Mark Your Calendar! Join Book Event at Vallejo Museum

Mark Your Calendar! Join Book Event at Vallejo Museum

An hour of delightful conversation and good company in a historic building—what could be better? If you’re in the vicinity of Vallejo, California, on Dec. 22, join Filipino-American author Cindy Fazzi for a book event at the Vallejo Naval and Historical Museum.

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Top 10 May-December Relationships

Top 10 May-December Relationships

Bogey and Bacall. JFK and Jackie. McQueen and MacGraw. These famous couples had wide age gaps. Add to that list Gen. Douglas MacArthur and the Filipino actress Isabel Rosario Cooper, whose romantic affair in the 1930s broke all taboos. In this article, I rounded up 10 of the most captivating May-December relationships over the years.

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Vallejo Times-Herald: Historical Novel Highlights Douglas MacArthur’s Open Secret

Vallejo Times-Herald: Historical Novel Highlights Douglas MacArthur’s Open Secret

An article in the Times-Herald (Vallejo, Calif.) puts the spotlight on Gen. Douglas MacArthur’s little-known love affair in the 1930s with Isabel Rosario Cooper, a young Filipino actress. “Though Cooper’s existence is not a secret, it’s hardly front row center anywhere until ‘My MacArthur,’” according to the story, referring to the historical novel by Filipino-American author Cindy Fazzi.

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