Archives - November 2011
Teresa's romances regularly appear on the New York Times, Publishers Weekly and USA Today bestseller lists. She's a two-time winner of the Waldenbooks Award for Bestselling Fiction, a seven-time finalist for the highest award given by the Romance Writers of America, the RITA, and winner of the Romantic Times Award for Best Historical Love and Laughter. Here she talks about how her mother inspired her lifelong passion for reading.
Alyson Richman graduated from Wellesley College in 1994. The acclaimed author of THE MASK CARVER'S SON, she lives in Long Island, New York, with her family. Here she talks about one of the first book-gifts she ever received, THE SAND LADY by Gwendolyn Reed.
NY Times bestselling author Kim Edwards has written a number of short stories as well as two novels, THE MEMORY KEEPER'S DAUGHTER and her latest, THE LAKE OF DREAMS. She has received many accolades for her work, including The Kentucky Literary Award, The British Book Award, and The Whiting Writer's Award. Here she talks about her lifelong passion for books and some occasions on which she has received them as gifts.
This was my 7th Miami Book Fair. It’s getting to feels like it would not be November without attending the Fair. There’s something nice about wearing sandals one last time while zipping from author event to author event. This was the first time we saw any rain at the Fair, but given the whacky weather I have experienced all year this year, I was not surprised. There even was snow in Miami, but you will have to read on to see why THAT happened when temps were in the 70s.