Book clubs are so fun. I've enjoyed every one I've done and with zoom, I can go anywhere. Thanks to the person in Venice, Florida who put her tablet to the window so I could watch the sun set over the ocean! 🌊 I find that folks enjoy hearing about how The Car Thief came … Continue reading Looking for Book Clubs.
A few weeks ago the Global Center for Woman and Justice released the podcast they recorded with me about, among other things, how and why I wrote The Car Thief . I had the honor of being the first fiction writer to ever be featured by their worthwhile organization and the podcast went out to … Continue reading Want to go behind the scenes of The Car Thief? Check out the podcast from the Global Center for Women and Justice
I was delighted several months ago when Soaring Wings Press offered to publish The Car Thief. The Thief got a bit of a makeover and the books are finally (COVID paper shortage problems) at the presses and should be in our hands on March 25th. Soaring Wings is offering a pre-order special. Between now and … Continue reading The Car Thief second edition is on the way!
In December it was exciting to see The Car Thief in the holiday edition of the New York Review of Books. Meanwhile, the work is ongoing for the switch from self-published book to published book (by Soaring Wings Press). Once this is finished (anytime now) the hope is to get into libraries and bookstores (most … Continue reading 2021. New York Review of Books and more
I was very excited to be listed on the Campaign for Youth Justice's 2020 Summer Reading List. And I plan to look at the books from the other author's who are listed. Like me, Kelly, the young protagonist in The Car Thief, is a voracious reader. Early in the novel, while in a children's emergency … Continue reading Kelly’s Reading List
Nothing like releasing your first book during a pandemic. No book tours, book clubs, or launch parties. But good news is my novel is getting great reviews on Amazon and people are reading more than ever! If you enjoyed reading The Car Thief, please help me spread the word by posting it on your Facebook … Continue reading Publishing during a pandemic.
Many thanks to my great designer, Kimber Gray, for developing this for me. I'm excited to have a way to connect with readers about my books as well as the other things near and dear to my heart: juvenile justice reform, foster care and other at-risk kids, native plants, hiking, biking, and of course, horses. For this first post, I also want to do a couple of shout outs.