Thursday, August 17, 2017

Exposed - Pub Week Promo & Giveaway

A BATTLE FOR JUSTICE PITS PARTNER AGAINST PARTNER...

Mary DiNunzio wants to represent her old friend Simon Pensiera, a sales rep who was wrongly fired by his company, but her partner Bennie Rosato represents the parent company. When she confronts Mary, explaining this is a conflict of interest, an epic battle of wills and legal strategy between the two ensues―ripping the law firm apart, forcing everyone to take sides and turning friend against friend.

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About the author:
LISA SCOTTOLINE is a New York Times bestselling and Edgar Award–winning author of more than twenty-five novels. She has 30 million copies of her books in print in the United State, she has been published in thirty-five countries, and her thrillers have been optioned for television and film. Lisa also writes a weekly column with her daughter, Francesca Serritella, for The Philadelphia Inquirer, and those stories have been adapted into a series of bestselling memoirs, the first of which is entitled Why My Third Husband Will Be a Dog. Lisa lives on a Pennsylvania farm with an array of disobedient pets.

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Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Best Intentions - Release Day Review & Giveaway

Review by Deb Czajkowski
Nine years ago, just three years into her marriage to Elliot, Marti Trailor chose to leave her career as a social worker to be a stay-at-home mom to their newborn, Nina, and then to Simon and Poppy.  The daughter of a Virginia congressman, Marti understood the demands that would be placed on her husband ─both innately and by himself─ as he strove for excellent in medical school, fellowship, and now as an obstetrician, and she gladly sacrificed her love of social work to support her husband’s schooling and career as well as their three small children.

Then, at a hospital soiree, Marti meets Win Phillips, the head of the New Moms program, a recent addition to the hospital’s OB team, and he’s eager to hire a savvy social worker to help him turn this grant experiment into a solid, successful service to new women and to the hospital. Within minutes of their meeting, Win offers Marti the job.  And Marti accepts!

But Elliot is not pleased.  He argues that Marti should remain at home with their children.  Marti counters that all of their children will be in school.  Elliot claims that two Trailors at the same hospital will be too confusing. Marti offers to use her maiden name. Seriously, Elliot, that’s the best you’ve got? Well then. Marti’s social work career is once again off and running, and Marti couldn’t be happier with her decision. Until….

Until an act of kindness puts Marti in the wrong place at the right time, and Marti sees something that will change her life forever.

Think about 9/11: The guy who overslept. The mom who changed her blouse after the baby spit up on it. The woman who stopped for a muffin ─or the one who didn’t stop. Circumstances. Wrong place, right time. Right place, wrong time. One act can alter one’s life forever.  

In Erika Raskin’s Best Intentions, the author builds a compelling story, the story of a doctor’s wife, a mother of three, who loves her job of helping new mothers. Yet life happens; tragedies happen.  Marti truly does have the best of intentions when she agrees, out of kindness, to an unusual ─ and one could argue unconventional─ alignment.  She could certainly not have foreseen how this simple act would lead to her being arrested and now on trial for a catastrophic event that changed the lives of all involved. 

Raskin cleverly starts her novel with a brief but effective peak at Marti and her attorney preparing for trial. Then she takes the reader back in time, back to the beginning: before Marti meets Win, before she joins his team, before she has the slightest clue how her daily, singular acts ─all of that plus what she witnessed on that one fateful night─ will together add up to a charge of murder. As Raskin carefully brings Marti’s story forward, she intersperses tidbits of the murder investigation, eventually bringing them together in the present, where Marti’s journey plays out to the end.

What is that end?  Well, you need to start at the beginning, Marti’s beginning. A story that could be any social worker’s story, any teacher’s, any doctor’s, any person’s. Life is as fascinating as it can be bewildering. We all want a happy ending.  We don’t all get one.  Does Marti?  One way to find out: Read Best Intentions by Erika Raskin.

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About the author:
I’ve been gathering story skeletons, punchlines, and snippets of “overheard” conversations since childhood. When I discovered writing, it was like happening upon the world’s greatest display case for my collections. I especially love crafting fiction as no matter what the characters get up to (or whatever mean thoughts flit across their minds) all I’mdoing is reporting. BEST INTENTIONS, my second novel, is coming out with St. Martin’s Press in 2017. CLOSE, my first, was called “a page-turner of significance.” I’ve done essays for print and radio and am currently working on a novel-in-stories.
I grew up in Washington, D.C., the daughter of a novelist and human rights activist. We lived in an old brick row house that was a hub of the women’s, civil rights and anti-war movements. There was an endless soundtrack of Motown, typewriter music and politics.
My husband has been my boyfriend since I was 18. We have three children, two sons-in-law, a grandboy and many siblings, nieces and nephews. When we all get together we turn touch football, gin rummy and ping-pong into blood sports.

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Monday, July 31, 2017

I Need a Lifeguard Everywhere but the Pool - Giveaway

The bestselling and “perennially hilarious” mother-daughter team is back with a new collection of stories from their real lives, guaranteed to make you laugh out loud. Join Lisa and Francesca as they regret drunk-shopping online, try smell-dating, and explore the freedom of a hiatus from men - a Guyatus. They offer a fresh and funny take on the triumphs and facepalm moments of modern life, showing that when it comes to navigating the crazy world we live in, you’re always your own best lifeguard.

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LISA SCOTTOLINE is a New York Times bestselling and Edgar award-winning novelist and coauthor of this series of humorous memoirs. There are 30 million copies of her novels in print, and she has been published in thirty countries. She and Francesca also write a Sunday column entitled Chick Wit for The Philadelphia Inquirer. She lives in the Philadelphia suburbs with an array of disobedient pets.

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FRANCESCA SERRITELLA is a New York Times bestselling author and a columnist for The Philadelphia Inquirer. She graduated cum laude from Harvard University, where she won the Thomas Temple Hoopes Prize for her novella. She lives in New York City with one dog and one cat, so far, and she is working on a novel.

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Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Cicada Summer - Release Day Review & Giveaway

Review by Darcie Czajkowski
Alex Proctor sees the beauty in the ugly, rundown, and abandoned. Through this lens, she is able to renovate dilapidated houses and turn them into warm, lively homes. As Alex tackles her latest project, a century-old house along tranquil Lake Geneva, she finds herself revisiting her past and addressing buried feelings of loss from her marriage that she hasn’t been able to release herself from. Four years ago, when her marriage was falling apart, Alex could only see its brokenness. But was it actually worth saving?

Throughout the remodel process, Alex grapples with the stress of uncertainty that attends renovation projects while she investigates the history of the former residents of the house, one of whom is connected with the house’s elderly neighbor, Elsie.

Will Alex find a satisfying resolution to her personal life along the journey of restoring this historical property?

In “Cicada Summer,” Maureen Leurck explores some common challenges that individuals face after going through a divorce, including custody arrangements, unresolved feelings, and new love interests. A central theme in this story is rejuvenation and rebirth. These concepts are logical when one thinks of remodeling a house. But they be applicable in life as well. This book will resonate with lovers of HGTV programs as well as readers who can relate to the struggle to reconcile past loss with his or her vision for the future.

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12 Things About Maureen Leurck

1.      Like Alex in Cicada Summer, I believe in second chances.
2.     Restoring and renovating an old house is one of my bucket list items. I have the show Rehab Addict to thank for that.
3.     I grew up vacationing in the Lake Geneva, Wisconsin area and it’s my happy place. There is simply nothing better than sitting on a pier, looking out onto the water on a beautiful summer day.
4.    I went to Australia for my honeymoon, where I almost got my finger bitten off by a wallaby. (I would still love to go back!)
5.     My favorite book is Beach Music by Pat Conroy.
6.    My favorite movie is Sixteen Candles. Without even realizing the connection, I named my sons Jake and Ryan. The pull of the John Hughes vortex is apparently very, very strong.
7.     The last time we had a cicada summer in Chicago, I was eight months pregnant with my first child and less than thrilled about the bugs flying all over in the summer heat.
8.    I wrote Cicada Summer right after I had my third child, often typing scenes while nursing at three in the morning.
9.    I have a black thumb and unwittingly kill almost every green thing I come into contact with, including the “impossible-to-destroy” vinca in my front yard.
10. I love scary movies, and my favorite is the original Halloween with Jamie Lee Curtis.
11.  I learned every curse word from going to Blackhawks hockey games as a child.
12. I have a seventeen year old cat named Tinkerbell who still steals my breakfast every morning. 

About the author:
Maureen Leurck graduated from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, and lives in the Chicago suburbs with her husband and three children. She escapes up to Wisconsin for a good fish fry as often as possible.

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Monday, July 24, 2017

It Takes One To Tango - Review

With a focus on self-empowerment and resilience, this refreshing and witty relationship guide has a reassuring counterintuitive message for unhappy spouses: you only need one partner to initiate far-reaching positive change in a marriage.

Conventional wisdom says that “it takes two” to turn a troubled marriage around and that both partners must have a shared commitment to change. So when couples can’t agree on how—or whether—to make their marriage better, many give up or settle for a less-than-satisfying marriage (or think the only way out is divorce).

Fortunately, there is an alternative.

It Takes One to Tango is a groundbreaking guide that shows how one determined partner—acting alone—can spark lasting, significant change in a marriage, often accomplishing change that cannot be made any other way. It doesn’t matter how short-fused, argumentative, or seemingly impossible your partner can be—or how long you’ve been stuck.

Marriage and family therapist Winifred Reilly has this message for struggling partners: Take the lead. Doing so is effective—and powerful. Through Reilly’s own story of reclaiming her now nearly forty-year marriage, along with anecdotes from many clients she’s worked with, you’ll learn how to:

-Focus on your own behaviors and change them in ways that make you feel good about yourself and your marriage
-Take a firm stand for what truly matters to you without arguing, cajoling, or resorting to threats
-Identify the “big picture” issues at the basis of your repetitive fights—and learn how to unhook from them
-Be less reactive, especially in the face of your spouse’s provocations
-Develop the strength and stamina to be the sole agent of change

Combining psychological theory, practical advice, and personal narrative, It Takes One to Tango is a fresh and engaging guide that will empower those who choose to take a bold, proactive approach to creating a loving and lasting marriage.

Let’s face it.  Marriage isn’t easy.  Most of are of the mindset that it takes two to make a relationship work.  But marriage and family therapist Winifred Reilly has put together a book that will guide you, step-by-step, on how to take control of your marriage single-handedly.  She stresses that it only takes one partner to implement positive change in a relationship. 

Drawing upon personal experiences as well as from her clinical expertise, the author was able to keep my attention whereas other “self-help” books I’ve found myself tuning out.  Very well-written, this book is essential for anyone looking to make positive changes in their marriage.

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About the author:
Winifred Reilly is a marriage and family therapist, with a private practice in Berkeley, CA. In her thirty-five years of clinical practice she has treated hundreds of couples—many of whom felt certain they were headed for divorce. Winifred has been a guest lecturer on marriage and sexuality, and her writing has appeared on The Huffington Post, The Good Men Project, xoJane, and on her relationship advice blog, Speaking of Marriage.

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Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Hello Sunshine - Pub Day Review & Giveaway

Review by Melinda Garza
Hello, Sunshine by Laura Dave explores and unravels the secrets of Sunshine Mackenzie.  Sunshine (or Sunny) has it all.  She has a successful career, a loving and wonderful marriage, and a lovely home.  Then she loses it all: her career, her husband Danny, and her home. Sunny's very successful career included cookbooks and a YouTube cooking show called A Little Sunshine.

On the morning of her 35th birthday, she awakes to her favorite song, Moonlight Mile, and then the dreaded email was received. The email confirmed she was hacked on Twitter. The hacker reported that Sunny's show was not honest or authentic, that she stole recipes, would borrow husbands, and lived a marriage of infidelity.

Once all these secrets were brought to light, she decided to go to her childhood home. She and her sister have a strained relationship but it ends up that she helps out her sister with her daughter Sammy.  In turn, she somewhat has a place to live.

While at her childhood home, she gets a job at a local restaurant in order to rectify herself. She then finds out she is pregnant. After going through much turmoil Sunny is shocked when she learns who the hacker is. Through all this heartache, she comes to several realizations.

Laura Dave gives her fan base a funny and compelling story and one that could become reality for anyone. Her look at what it means to live an authentic self is right on.  This is a must read.

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Laura Dave is the author of the critically acclaimed novels The First Husband, The Divorce Party, London Is The Best City In America, and the forthcoming Eight Hundred Grapes. Dave’s fiction and essays have been published in The New York Times, ESPN, Redbook, Glamour and Ladies Home Journal.

Dubbed “a wry observer of modern love” (USA Today), Dave has appeared on CBS’s The Early Show, Fox News Channel’s Fox & Friends and NPR’s All Things Considered.  Cosmopolitan Magazine recently named her a “Fun and Fearless Phenom of the Year.”

Three of her novels have been optioned for the big screen with Dave adapting Eight Hundred Grapes for Fox2000.

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Friday, June 30, 2017

Wait For The Rain & Bridges - Reviews & Giveaway

Reviews by Darcie Czajkowski

Wait for the Rain by Maria Murnane
When Daphne White looks in the mirror, she hardly recognizes her reflection. The dreams she had for her life when she was fresh out of college didn’t pan out as she’d planned. She dreamed of marriage, motherhood, and a career as a writer. While she did get married, she is now divorced, and her ex-husband is about to remarry. Meanwhile, Daphne hasn’t been out on a single date since they split up two years ago. Daphne is also a mother to Emma, but her teenage daughter needs her less than ever these days. And her career? Well, that was pushed to the way side years ago to allow her to devote her time and attention to raising her daughter.

Daphne hasn’t seen her college best friends, KC and Skylar, in a decade. Somewhere along the way of marriage and motherhood, Daphne stopped making the effort to keep in touch. But with her fortieth birthday on the horizon and Emma away with her father, Daphne has the perfect reason to celebrate and no excuse not to get away.

But relaxing on the beach isn’t so easy for Daphne. Her relationships with her friends feel stilted after so many years apart, and Daphne doesn’t know how to open up to them. She fears what they will think of her once they find out that the woman they used to know doesn’t exist. She fears that they will be disappointed in her. And the disappointment Daphne feels in herself is enough of a burden on her shoulders.

Will the magic of Saint Mirika be enough to inject hope into Daphne’s life? Will Daphne be able to summon the courage to share her struggle with her friends? Will she be able to rekindle the motivation inside of herself to pursue her career goal of becoming a writer?

In Wait for the Rain, Maria Murnane explores the value of friendship during difficult times. Everyone needs a support system; that’s what helps us to endure the lows that we all experience. Murnane brings to life common feelings associated with divorce, remarriage, and reentering the dating world. She also raises a poignant question: What do we do – or should we do – when our lives don’t turn out as we expect? Whether you’re turning forty, dealing with a major life change or upheaval, or struggling to reconcile your life vision with reality, Wait for the Rain is a story that will resonate with you.

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Bridges by Maria Murnane
Daphne, Skylar, and KC are back together again in Bridges, the sequel to Wait for the Rain. A lot has changed for these women: Chronic dater Skylar is engaged. Daphne has written a novel. And KC has become a (step)grandmother. Now, the Three Musketeers are back together again in New York to celebrate Skylar’s engagement and help her find the perfect wedding dress.

But, of course, life is never that simple, especially when it comes to these ladies. Normally spunky KC appears tired and withdrawn. Daphne has been rejected by most of the agents she’s submitted her manuscript to. And Skylar is struggling to connect with her soon-to-be stepdaughter.

Will the weekend be a disaster? Will these women be driven apart at a time that should be celebratory? Or will the women find a sense of peace in their respective challenges and a reason to appreciate every phase of life, happy or sad, easy or difficult?

Consistent with Wait for the Rain, Bridges takes the reader on a relatable journey and addresses challenges that most of us face: envying the life of a successful friend, wondering if we will ever find “The One,” and feeling defeated in the pursuit of a goal. This novel encourages the reader to go after what matters most to her in life, to dream big, to never give up, and to never settle for anything less than fireworks. If you enjoy bubbly, breezy stories with happily-ever-afters, then Bridges should be on your summer reading list.

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About the author:
The way Maria became an author is a little crazy. She quit her PR job and went to Argentina by herself for what was supposed to be a two-week trip. Instead, she ended up staying for a year to play soccer for one of the most famous soccer clubs in the world (River Plate). While down there she also decided to write a humorous novel called Perfect on Paper based on her experiences as a single woman in San Francisco. Fast forward a few years, and she’s now the best-selling author of the Waverly Bryson series (Perfect on Paper, It's a Waverly Life, Honey on Your Mind, and Chocolate for Two, which received a starred review in Publishers Weekly), as well as International Book Award winner Cassidy LaneKatwalkWait for the Rain, and Bridges.

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Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Beach House for Rent - Pub Day Giveaway

When Cara Rutledge rents out her quaint beach house on Isle of Palms to Heather Wyatt for the entire summer, it’s a win-win by any standard: Cara’s generating income necessary to keep husband Brett’s ecotourism boat business afloat, and anxiety-prone Heather, an young artist who’s been given a commission to paint birds on postage stamps, has a quiet space in which to work and tend to her pet canaries uninterrupted.

It isn’t long, however, before both women’s idyllic summers are altered irrevocably: the alluring shorebirds—and the man who rescues them—begin to draw Heather out of the shell she’s cultivated toward a world of adventure, and maybe even love; at the same time, Cara’s life reels with sudden tragedy, and she wishes only to return to the beach house that had once been her port amidst life’s storms. When Heather refuses to budge from her newfound sanctuary, so begins the unlikeliest of rooming situations. While they start out as strangers, as everything around the women falls apart they learn that the only thing they can really rely on is each other.

And, like the migrating shorebirds that come to the island for the summer, these two women of different generations must rediscover their unique strengths so by summer’s end they, too, can take flight in ways they never imagined possible.

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Mary Alice Monroe is the New York Times bestselling author of more than a dozen novels, including The Summer GirlsThe Summer WindThe Summer’s End, Last Light Over CarolinaTime Is a RiverSweetgrassSkywardThe Beach House, Beach House Memories, Swimming Lessons, The Four Seasons, and The Book Club. Her books have received numerous awards, including the 2008 South Carolina Center for the Book Award for Writing, the 2014 South Carolina Award for Literary Excellence, the 2015 SW Florida Author of Distinction Award, the RT Lifetime Achievement Award, and the International Book Award for Green Fiction. An active conservationist, she lives in the lowcountry of South Carolina.
  
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Tuesday, June 13, 2017

The Identicals - Pub Day Review & Giveaway

Review by Melinda Garza
Elin Hilderbrand's latest novel, The Identicals, features identical twins, Harper and Tabitha. The story goes back and forth between two islands, Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard. Harper and Tabitha are identical twins but are so different and live two very different lives. When their parents divorced, they played rock, paper, scissors to see which daughter went with which parent.  Harper won and chose to go with their dad, Billy Frost, in which Tabitha was very upset about. Tabitha had to live with their mother, Eleanor Roxie Frost (ERF). Tabitha has not been able to forgive Harper for choosing to go with Billy and she having to live with her mom.

Harper and Billy lived on Martha's Vineyard. At 73 years old, Billy dies. His doctor, Dr. Zimmer, is Harper's lover.  Dr. Zimmer is also married to Sadie. She owns The Upper Crust. The night of Billy's death, Harper and Dr. Zimmer (Reed) decide to meet and Sadie catches them.  The whole island is talking about their love affair. Harper also has another boyfriend by the name of Drew. She isn't really into him as he is someone she dates in order to make Reed jealous.

Harper has to contact her mother and sister when Billy dies in order to notify them of his death and services. Meanwhile, Tabitha and Eleanor live in Nantucket which is a fancy upscale haven for billionaires. Eleanor is a woman of refinement and owns a clothing store. Tabitha had no real youth as she became pregnant as a young woman. Due to living with Eleanor, Tabitha has adopted her mom's taste, is snobby and uptight, and lives in Eleanor’s shadow. She works for her mom at her shop. Tabitha later becomes pregnant with a 2nd child who was born prematurely. Her first born is named Ainsley and is a wild rebellious teenager who hates her mom and is selfish. Tabitha was having a difficult time adjusting and taking care of her kids shortly after her son was born and released from the hospital so Harper went to help. On the last night of her stay, Harper insists Tabitha and she go out for a fun night. That very night, Tabitha's newborn son dies.  Tabitha blames Harper. If Harper had not insisted they go out she would have been home and might have prevented his sudden death. They, unfortunately, haven't spoken in 14 years since that tragic night.

When Tabitha, Eleanor, and Ainsley attend Billy's services, drama occurs so they leave early. Upon arriving home, Eleanor falls and breaks her hip. Tabitha goes with Eleanor to the hospital but Ainsley continues to give Tabitha trouble. Harper goes to help out with Ainsley despite Tabitha not wanting anything to do with her or her help. Tabitha then decides to go take care of Billy's home despite Harper wanting to sell it as is. Basically, they switch lives and islands.

Are Harper and Tabitha able to reconcile?  Are they able to overcome their bitterness with each other and love each other again?  Are they able to help each other out with Ainsley, Eleanor's store, and Billy's home?  What happens with Harper and Reed?  What about Tabitha - is she able to find love again, forgive, accept her past, and be the mother she wants to be to Ainsley?

Elin Hilderbrand wrote this page turning novel with lots of twists and surprises. It is a great summer read about an unforgettable summer that will change the identical twins forever. I could not put this book down even while on my own beach vacation. This is a definite must read.

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Elin Hilderbrand is six minutes older than her twin brother, Eric. She spent time on Martha's Vineyard (summer 1989) before she ever discovered Nantucket (summer 1993), the island she has called home for twenty-four years. Hilderbrand is the mother of three busy teenagers (pause and consider what a miracle it is that this novel even exists). The Identicals is her nineteenth novel.

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Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Summer Dance - Giveaway

When Liam Tate was seven years old, his uncle Cooper opened his heart and his Nantucket home to him. In the intervening decades, Liam has found both love and loss on the island, and since learning of his son Levi’s existence, a new kind of happiness. Yet one piece of his family history remains elusive—the long-ago romance between his uncle and Sally Adams. Now Sally has a revelation that sets the whole town abuzz: She’s publishing a book about what happened during the summer when she and Cooper first met, painting a picture so vivid it feels like yesterday . . .

In 1969, Winston Ellis Cooper III lands on Nantucket with only a duffel bag and a bottle of Jack Daniels. He finds a sparsely furnished beach cottage, about as far from Vietnam as he can get. But even here, Cooper can’t withdraw from the world entirely. Especially once his eyes meet Sally’s in the flickering lights of a summer dance. The effects of that fiery affair can still be felt decades later. And as the story unfolds, there are new lessons for all to learn about life’s triumphs and heartaches, and about loving enough to let go.

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Nan Rossiter was born in Mount Vernon, New York. She grew up in Pelham, New York, and in Barkhamsted, Connecticut. From a young age she loved to draw. After high school, she attended Rhode Island School of Design and graduated with a BFA in illustration.
 
After working in the freelance field and creating art for internationally recognized companies such as Viking, MasterCard, and UPS, Nan began writing and illustrating books for children. She is the author-illustrator of several children’s books, including, most recently, The Fo’c’sle: Henry Beston’s "Outermost House".
 
Nan lives in rural Connecticut with her husband and two handsome sons. When she’s not working, she enjoys hiking with her family or reading a good book. 

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