NORWALK, Conn. -- Lynn Russo Whylly, a Norwalk resident, has self-published her first novel – "In Fashion’s Web" – on Amazon.
Born and raised in Stamford, Whylly and her husband, Adrian, have lived in Norwalk for 15 years. She has been invited by the Norwalk Library to participate in its third annual Lit Crawl and will do a reading from her book on Tuesday at the Apricot Bar and Grill, 7 Wall St.
"In Fashion’s Web" is the story of three very strong, independent women: Tracey, Kara and Allison. Tracey is the owner of a New York City fashion design business. It has taken her whole life to become successful, and she is finally at a point where she is being recognized for her talents. Tracey’s success is taking her to places like Paris, Milan and Tokyo to build her brand. And with success comes the love she has waited so long to find.
Kara comes to Tracey Lynn Designs by way of the school of hard knocks. Once homeless, with no college education, she starts at the bottom and claws her way to the top.
Meanwhile, Tracey’s niece, Allison, seems to get everything handed to her without having to put the time and effort in that makes the success so rewarding. Kara and Allison are bitter rivals.
While working hard to build her business, Tracey meets Frederico and falls deeply in love. When Tracey gets caught in a struggle between her lover and a crime boss, everything Tracey worked for starts to unravel. Kara and Allison are forced to work together. They must put aside their differences if they want to save the company from ruin.
For more information about the Lit Crawl or to donate, go to this website .
“This is a wonderful event with a very important purpose and I’m proud to have been invited to participate,” Whylly said.
For more information "In Fashion’s Web," go to Amazon . The book is available in print for $11.95 and on Kindle for $9.95.
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