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Randy Susan Meyers: Why I Write

Randy Susan Meyers: Why I Write

[Although it’s been well over a year since Randy Susan Meyers debuted with her international bestselling novel The Murderer’s Daughters (see presentation/review), her writing continues to inform/enlighten in Beyond The Margins — a multi-writer blog, a sounding board, a daily dose of essays on the craft of writing — and The Huffington Post. In today’s guest post, the author explains the need to share emotional truth in all her writing and also provides a glimpse of a second novel to…

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Randy Susan Meyers’ The Murderer’s Daughters

Randy Susan Meyers’ The Murderer’s Daughters

Randy Susan Meyers debuts tomorrow — Tuesday, January, 19, 2010 — with her highly anticipated and widely acclaimed novel, The Murderer’s Daughters. And, while a poignantly bittersweet cover depicts the title’s characters running alone across a boardwalk, please know that their steps are only the beginning of a 30 year journey of accepting the past and moving on to the future. For as the back of the Advanced Readers’ Edition proclaims: THEIR MOTHER ASKED THE IMPOSSIBLE. THEIR FATHER DID THE…

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The Revealing of Randy Susan Meyers

The Revealing of Randy Susan Meyers

Randy Susan Meyers debuts next Tuesday, January 19, 2010 with The Murderer’s Daughters, a compelling, brutally honest, yet sensitive story about all the victims of domestic violence. A full presentation of the novel is scheduled to appear here on Monday, January 18, 2010 but, in the meantime, meet Randy in her official, two-sentence bio: I’ve published short stories in the Fog City Review, Perigee: Publication for the Arts, and the Grub Street Free Press. I was born and raised in…

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