Can I speak for her?
Audrey was famous from 1950 until her tragic death in 1993. Some of you may not have seen her movies, others will remember them fondly. Her first, Roman Holiday, was a marvel, so were Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Sabrina, Funny Face, Charade, My fair Lady, The Nun Story, Two for the Road, Wait until Dark, and others. She won a record number of awards, including Oscars, and in 1992 received the Presidential Medal of Freedom for her work as the Ambassadrice for UNICEF (United Nations Children’s Fund).
I wrote a short story (see right side)
how I knew her, especially when she was still an unknown young girl,
and how I heard from her mother
how she catapulted to the firmament in Hollywood from Roman Holiday onward. I would like you to read the short story and if you like it, give it a review and your best “stars”. You can access it on Amazon Kindle. If you don’t have a Kindle but still want to read it, you can go to Amazon Kindle and load up Kindle for PC on your computer for FREE!
If we get a sufficient number of positive reviews, it will increase future sales, the proceeds of which will all go to the Audrey Hepburn Children’s Fund. If you prefer to donate directly, you can do so at the website www.audreyhepburn.com
If you want to read the story and give it a review, please proceed to http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00IKY4CC0
Amazon agreed to drop the sales price for a few days, so the story is FREE. To submit a review:
- Go to the product detail page for the item on Amazon.com.
- Click Write a customer review in the Customer Reviews section.
- Rate the item and write your review. Note: To post a review, you must enter a title and type at least 20 words in the review.
- Click Submit.
Why now? Audrey “may be a long time ago”, an era gone never to come back, but Audrey remains close in our memory and the Audrey Hepburn Children’s Fund is still very active under the management of her sons Sean Hepburn Ferrer and Luca Dotti. Many malnourished and orphaned children are helped and saved by the Audrey Fund.
It would be so nice if we could make this a successful drive.