We all need to stay home to stay safe, but bookstores and authors are suffering as a result. Here are some fantastic novels that were recently released, or will launch in the next few months, which you might not have heard about. Please take a look and support authors and local bookstores. Stay Safe, Stay Healthy, and Stay In With A Good Book.
Authors mentioned: Alexia Gordon Wendy Walker Harlan Coben
This pandemic has turned life around for so many of us--especially many of the working moms whom I know. We are suddenly working, homeschooling our kids for two to eight hours-a-day, cooking, cleaning, and trying to keep everyone (including ourselves) upbeat.
Personally, juggling writing and helping my older daughter navigate six to eight hours of homeschool while keeping my younger one focused on her assignments has been difficult. I talked a little about the struggle on Good Morning America. You can check it out here: https://www.goodmorningamerica.com/wellness/video/things-mindfulness-69724776
The folks at ManyBooks.net interviewed me today about my process, my latest book, what I've got coming out next, and what I am working on now. You can check it out here: https://manybooks.net/featured-authors/cate-holahan-agatha-christie-style-domestic-suspense
Tea and Talk Saturday, July 20 11am Berry & Co. Bookstore 51 Division Street Sag Harbor, NY
Book Reading Wednesday, July 24
8pm Mysterious Bookshop Tribeca 58 Warren Street New York, NY
Psychologically Thriller Panel With Bestselling Authors
Wendy Walker and Rea Frey
Friday, July 26 7:00 pm Barnes & Noble 800 Settler’s Ridge Center Drive Pittsburg, PA
Book Reading and Signing Thursday, Aug 4 8:00pm Bethany Beach Books 99 Garfield Parkway Bethany Beach, DE
Noir at the Bar Sunday Aug 4 6p.m. Mulligan’s 159 First Street Hoboken, NJ With The Warehouse’s Rob Hart, Andrea Bartz, Hillary Davidson, Thomas Pluck, Alex Segura and Xu Xi. Hosted by Polis Books editor and author Ja...
I am pleased to announce the debut of Dirty Boulevard, an anthology of short crime fiction inspired by the music of Lou Reed. My story is a riff off of this song, Pale Blue Eyes, which I cover below. I'm proud to be included in the collection, edited by David James Keaton and Jon Ashley, who died tragically before the book was published. All the writers donated their stories to support suicide prevention services.