I’m excited to announce that Watermark has been selected as finalist in the Sarton Book Awards in the Contemporary Fiction category.
I’m very pleased to report that Even If Your Heart Would Listen is a Best Book Awards Finalist in the Addiction & Recovery category.
As some of you know, I have published both a memoir and a novel with SparkPress. Here is a recent contribution to the SparkPress blog about the similarities and differences between the two genres.
Watermark made it all the way to San Francisco! Check out this review:
Kirkus Reviews called Watermark, “A measured, affecting look at a struggling and burdened teenager . . . tight, unembellished prose makes for an easy read and even adds a hint of mystery.”
I was interviewed about my writing career by Helene Stelian Coaching.
I was interviewed by Jean BookNerd about Watermark.
I was interviewed by Marty Moss-Coane on her show Radio Times, produced at WHYY, Philly’s NPR affiliate.
Very grateful to Parade Magazine for including Even If Your Heart Would Listen in its list of the 10 most inspiring books written by women in 2019! Thank you!
Many thanks to Hadassah Magazine for including Even If Your Heart Would Listen in its 10 Summer Reading Picks!
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Along with two other authors I spoke on a panel hosted by Story Circle Network about Female Coming of Age Stories. As with Watermark, their books also feature young women protagonists. You can watch a replay of the panel here:
Many thanks to the local bookstores that have been kind enough to host me! If you are looking for a copy of Even If Your Heart Would Listen, perhaps as a gift, I have left autographed copies at the following stores. Let’s patronize our community bookstores!
Big Blue Marble in Mt. Airy (Philly)
Shakespeare and Company (downtown Philly)
Main Point Books (Wayne, PA)
Tattered Cover in Denver
Barnes and Noble in Boulder