Bombay bangles was founded in 2008, The owner and founder Pamela Puccia saw in her may travels across the atlantic ocean that the world had so muc…h to give us and teach us, from the arts, ancient history, foods , architecture, arts and crafts culture,and fashion,just to mention a few.
It was not until May 2009 that Bombay Bangles finally came to fruition.
The bangles we make are all one of a kind, made from metals -like steel and copper.Glass bangles that are truly a work of art, lak bangles which are a combination ceramic/clay material.
Pamela develops designs and colors that are out of the ordinary and definitely one of a kind to us across the Atlantic.
There is no doubt when you are wearing a Bombay Bangle that you will be stopped and complimented.
If you like to wear, what every one else isn’t, then Bombay Bangles is a must have accessory .
Yummies and wine served!!!
Thursday, December 1, 2011
Lauren E. Smith Book Signing
Meet the author of the children’s mystery books: Ashley Enright Investigations; Ashley Enright and the Mystery at Miller’s Pond and Ashley Enright and the Darnell Diamonds. In addition to book-related gifts, get a 50% off coupon for Petunias of Naples with each book purch…ased! Why not do some early Christmas shopping for the children in your life (and get 50% off something unique for yourself!) Yummies and Wine Served!!!
About the Author
I’ve been writing since I first learned how to write…in the second grade! The books in the Ashley Enright Investigations series are the first books that I’ve ever had published. I’ve always written throughout my professional career ( e.g.annual reports, research reports, newsletters, etc.), but it wasn’t until I noticed something that I’d written in my daily planner in 2005 that Ashley Enright came to life!
For some reason, on September 20th, I’d written the words “Jupiter Shadow” in my planner. I came across the notation and told a friend that I had no idea why I’d written that. We laughed and my friend said that it would be a good alias name and I responded “or a good superhero name.” As soon as I said those words, everything “clicked” into place. I knew that Ashley Enright’s best friend, Josh Stewart, liked to draw comics featuring superheroes. I knew where they lived and their families – I could just “see” the series.
That evening I started writing and the rest, as they say, is history! Actually, the rest are the three books in the Ashley Enright Investigation series.
I’m currently writing the next book in the series as well as starting a new “cozy mystery” series for adults
Ashley Enright Investigations*