shyly emerging from beneath the cloak of anonymity.




two pieces of news –

1. we bought some sparkly shoes for our new life post-corporate America – surely perfect for the Other Coast in 2013, non?

aren’t they utterly delicious?

and we decided it was time (post-corporate America and indeed in good and timely order for our literary agent to Take our lovely book to market) to emerge from beneath the cloak of anonymity – just for a sweet second.



there will be a better headshot soon (this one, we Have to admit, was taken 6 years ago upon entering NYC and the skyscraper-world and has not taken into account the amount of stress, tumors, surgery and, ahem, cake-eaten-since)

and here’s the bio.

there’s even a whole Other Site.

and now we won’t be mentioning it again.

because it’s not the one in the picture doing the writing – as everyone knows (she’s merely the vessel, the typist) – the words are Most Definitely coming from ME, darlings.

no matter what She says ;-)

9 thoughts on “shyly emerging from beneath the cloak of anonymity.

  1. Moonshine says:

    How beautiful – inside & out!

    The glass house is less sparkly and cool now, but very happy to see the shine has gone with you.
    Love the shoes. xo

    1. teamgloria says:


      that was from us.

      she’s over in the other room answering her own comments on her own blog (and she doesn’t have any because it’s Not That Sort of a Site, apparently ;-)


      lovely, D – waving back.

    1. teamgloria says:

      we have to answer because we refuse to let the former-corporate-executive respond on OUR blog.

      she has her own site.

      lovely to hear from you dear Michael.

      plus we knew you first.


      waving from soho.

      _tg xx

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