To me, more awesome than the awesomest fireworks today was a surprise tweet from a reader who spent her birthday with What Was Mine and made a testimonial video about it. Happy Birthday, Jennifer.
I was thrilled to take part in Gaithersburg Book Festival this weekend. It's held just outside DC, an annual outdoor celebration of books and writing that is fast becoming one of the nation's
Maryland! Sun! Crab! Coming! I'll be on a panel at 1:15 called Edge of Your Seat Fiction, with Sarah Pekkanen, moderated by Liz Hottel of Politics & Prose. I'm just as excited
I'm grateful for readers' receptive response to "What Was Mine" and thrilled that many get so wrapped up in the world of Lucy, Mia and Marilyn that they're disappointed when the story
Honored to read with poets Danniel Schoonbeek and Desirée Alvarez in celebration of Desirée's remarkable new collection Devil's Paintbrush. Can there be any more beautiful place for a launch party than a sunset-filled room overlooking Broadway and Lincoln Center?
What a mind-blowing event. The Woodstock BookFest (formerly Woodstock Writers Festival) was held in Woodstock, unlike that long ago festival which should have been named Bethel instead. My favorite part, of course, was being on
I'm excited to be part of Woodstock Writers Festival tomorrow. Fab speakers, fun parties and writerly merriment that only happens in Woodstock. The "What If" fiction panel will be moderated by Ann Hood talking with Maggie Mitchell, Robert