Judith Ryan Hendricks, author of Baker’s Blues, on tour July/August 2015

| June 2, 2015

About Baker’s Blues Publisher: Chien Bleu Press In Wyn Morrison’s world a 5 AM phone call usually means problems at her bakery—equipment trouble or a first shift employee calling in sick—annoying but mundane, fixable. But the news she receives on a warm July morning is anything but mundane. Or fixable. Mac, her ex-husband, is dead. […]

Michelle Bailat-Jones, author of Fog Island Mountains, on tour November/December 2014

| October 9, 2014

About Fog Island Mountains Paperback: 176 pages Publisher: Tantor Media, Inc. (November 4, 2014) What if you could rewrite a tragedy? What if you could give grace to someone’s greatest mistake? Huddled beneath the volcanoes of the Kirishima mountain range in southern Japan, also called the Fog Island Mountains, the inhabitants of small town Komachi are waiting for […]

Kelly Kittel, author of Breathe, on tour June 2014

| April 8, 2014

About Breathe: A Memoir of Motherhood, Grief, and Family Conflict Paperback: 384 pages Publisher: She Writes Press (May 14, 2014) Kelly Kittel never questioned her Mayflower Society mantra—Family is the most important thing—until the day when her fifteen-month-old son is run over by her sixteen-year-old niece. Nine months later, Kittel’s doctor makes a terrible mistake during her […]

Eric Nuzum, author of Giving Up the Ghost, on tour August 2012

| May 30, 2012

About Giving Up the Ghost: A Story About Friendship, 80s Rock, a Lost Scrap of Paper, and What it Means to Be Haunted Paperback: 320 pages Publisher: Dial Press Trade Paperback (August 7, 2012) At once hilarious and incredibly moving, Giving Up the Ghost is a memoir of lost love and second chances, and a ghost story […]

Gail Caldwell, author of Let’s Take the Long Way Home, on tour August 2011

| March 29, 2011

About Let’s Take the Long Way Home: A Memoir of Friendship Paperback: 224 pages Publisher: Random House Trade Paperbacks (August 9, 2011) It’s an old, old story: I had a friend and we shared everything, and then she died and so we shared that, too.” So begins this gorgeous memoir by Pulitzer Prize winner Gail […]