Interested readers can enjoy the virtual edition of Done's book free of charge by accessing Kindle and selecting the "The Charms of Miss O'Hara."
Rutherford befriended Done and spent many hours discussing her life and her fabulous experiences as an MGM contract player and Hollywood insider. Rutherford attended many classic film festivals and events in her later years before her passing in 2012 at the age of 94, and was a supporter of the Marietta Gone With The Wind Museum and also contributed items to the Road To Tara Museum in Jonesboro, Georgia.
A veteran of more than 20 years in the classroom, Done has published two other books, "Third Graders and One Class Bunny" and "Close Encounters of the Third-Grade Kind: Thoughts on Teacherhood." His teacher expertise has won him several awards and continues to inspire his life and his writings. "Today and tomorrow, my new biography of Ann Rutherford, youngest sister in 'Gone With the Wind' is free on Kindle," states Done, and will be available until Sunday evening.
Done will be a Guest Author on the popular Classic Film Website The Silver Screen Oasis from Friday, August 8, to Sunday, August 10. The website An American in Budapest chronicles his experiences in Budapest, Hungary.