Join screenwriter and playwright Gary Goldstein as he sits to discuss his novel, “The Last Birthday Party.”
BOOK DISCUSSION DETAILS
[In Conversation with Susan Walter]
Monday, August 16, 2021 – 7:00pm
Joining Link: https://www.belmontbooks.com/event/virtual-gary-goldstein-launch-conversation-susan-walter
[In Conversation with Andrea Cagan]
Tuesday, August 17th at 7PM EST
Live on Crowdcast
Joining Link: https://www.bookrevue.com/event/virtual-event-gary-goldstein
[In Conversation with Robin Riker]
Wednesday, August 18, 2021 – 4:00pm PDT
Joining Link: https://www.warwicks.com/event/goldstein-2021
[In Conversation with Allison Mann]
Wednesday, August 18, 2021 – 7:00pm
The Book Cellar
Joining Link: https://www.bookcellarinc.com/event/gary-goldstein-conversation-allison-mann-last-birthday-party
Wednesday, August 25, 2021
Renee’s Reading Club
Facebook Live discussion: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1985823271647029
[In Conversation with Ken Pisani]
Friday, August 27, 2021 – 6:00pm
Joining Link: https://www.booksoup.com/event/gary-goldstein-discusses-last-birthday-party
About the Author:
Gary Goldstein is an award-winning writer for film, TV, and the theatre with more than 30 produced screen and stage credits. The New York native and longtime L.A. resident has also been a contributing film reviewer and arts feature writer for the Los Angeles Times since 2007.
About the Book:
There’s nothing fabulous about 50 for L.A. film critic Jeremy Lerner, who loses his marriage, his job, and the use of his right arm just days after the birthday party he begged his now ex-wife not to throw him. But fate is a sly devil.
Jeremy’s string of calamities leads to a game-changing emotional and creative rebirth after he meets the intoxicating Annabelle, a beguiling widow who comes to his rescue—and Jeremy to hers. If only their baggage didn’t match quite so well.
With the added support of his wise and spirited mom, Joyce, his capricious and big-hearted son, Matty, and Matty’s steadfast new boyfriend, Gabe, Jeremy begins to change in ways that surprise, inspire, and galvanize him. All of this while his career makes a head-spinning leap.
The thing is, can it last?
The Last Birthday Party combines wry observation with an everyday wistfulness for a warm, propulsive, humanly funny tale of second chances set against the alluring nuttiness of Hollywood.