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Month: May 2012

The Revealing of Jillian Medoff

The Revealing of Jillian Medoff

Novelist Jillian Medoff (Good Girls Gone Bad, Hunger Point) is known for creating in-depth, “real” people to tell their stories and her third novel I Couldn’t Love You More — available Tuesday, May 15th — is another example of brilliant storyteling and effortless writing. The book is best described by a single question: Which child would you save? A decision no parent can even fathom. Here’s the synopsis: Eliot Gordon would do anything for her family. A 38-year-old working mother,…

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Suzanne Anderson: Why I Write

Suzanne Anderson: Why I Write

[Although Suzanne Anderson (Mrs. Tuesday’s Departure in paperback and Kindle Edition) had enjoyed success in competitive sports and business, she became aware that her life needed something more. But what? In today’s guest post, the author reveals how she discovered why she writes.] Why I Write On a warm summer afternoon in 1994, as I walked home from my job as Assistant Vice President in Corporate Finance for a Japanese Investment Bank, I paused, looked at the wall of skyscrapers…

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