On Thursday, March 31, 2011 at 4PM EST, ZoomerMag.com hosted it's second 'Writers Bloc' webcast with author Joy Fielding. Her latest release, Now You See Her, was selected as the March 2011 Zoomer Pick.


The exclusive live interview webcast for our Official Zoomer Book Club connects our community to Zoomer Magazine's engaging content for Canadians 45+, and it's on-going coverage of great authors. 


Our ZoomerMedia site — ZoomerMag.comZoomers.ca & 50Plus.com — also curate on a weekly basis e-book recommendations in our Kobo Books'Zoomer Picks' list. (You'll notice that Zoomers.ca recommendations come directly from our Official Book Club members.)


Now You See Her is an edge of your seat thriller that explores loss, mental illness, mid-life crisis, and most of all, the unbreakable bonds between mothers and daughters.

Related: [ZOOMERMAG] Q&A With Joy Fielding | [50PlusBook Feature: NOW YOU SEE HER


During her intimate conversation with Zoomer Magazine's associate editor Athena McKenzie, Fielding answered our questions from those that entered our contest, and yup, even gushed about her 15 month old grandson.


Below is our tweet & screengrab recap. (If you're curious, feel free to click on the tweets, which will take you straight to their direct link!)













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