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The book is well written and engaging and I found myself unable to put it down once I was fully invested in the story.” Thursday, February 16 | Dallas, TX p.m.a Real Bookstore, 113 Prairie Road, Fairview, TX Sunday, February 19 | Concord, MA p.m.Friday, March 9 | Amused By Books Featured review: “… Capturing a Sense of Place in Fiction Panel with Ilie Ruby and Naomi Benaron.heart wrenching storyline that has me turning pages far into the night. The Tucson Festival of Books, University of Arizona Campus, Student Union, Tucson Room Sunday, March 11 | Tucson, AZ a.m.Family Stories: What to Use, What to Lose Panel with Daniel Roth and Kristina Mc Morris.The Tucson Festival of Books, University of Arizona Campus, Student Union, Catalina Room p.m.
Wednesday, February 22 | Literate Housewife Blog Featured Q&A: The Literate Housewife and I are having a virtual Noke party. An Evening of “Daughters” with Jael Mc Henry () The Spiral Bookcase, 112 Cotton Street A recap of the night by
The rare book in which the modern-day story is as compelling as the wartime tale it contains, The Baker’s Daughter offers a look at Nazi Germany through the lens of the immigration issues of our own time.
El Paso, TX and Garmisch, Germany make for an unexpected harmony of flavors.” — Jenna Blum, international bestselling author of “A haunting and beautiful story… she [Mc Coy] deftly explores how easy it is to allow first one’s integrity and then one’s humanity to slip away…
We learn the importance of opening our hearts to others and that the smallest acts of questioning, bravery and rebellion, can help change the world.” —She “Mc Coy nails it… El Paso High School Library Featured author visit with library-sponsored EP High student and staff book club. Doris Van Doren Library Auditorium The Third Monday Book Group visit as the featured June Book Pick. The Milanof-Schock Library SKYPE visit with the Mount Joy Book Discussion Group. Michael Nivison Public Library, 90 Swallow Place, first floor “Meet Sarah Mc Coy Reception” High Noon Book Club’s special event for summer featured selection. SKYPE visit with Congregation Beth Israel Library led by Temple Librarian Judy Weidman. ” Monday, January 30 | Caroline Leavitt’s Blog Featured Q&A: The lovely Caroline has me over to Leavittville.
This is a novel of mothers and daughters, sisters (and grandmothers), of romance, love, war, fear, insecurity, patriotism, cowardice, lies, despair, and, ultimately, truth and understanding.” —Sunny Solomon, Bookin’ With Sunny “I could hardly put down The vivid prose, fascinating characters, and suspenseful plot kept me turning pages long past my bed time. Main Street Virginia Festival of the Book 2013 Featured author on Fiction: Parallel Stories panel with lovely fellow authors Tara Conklin and Dana Sachs. SKYPE visit with Lifelong Learning Institute, sponsored by Waubonsee Community College. Sponsored by Michael Nivison Public Library, Imaginary Books Shop and the High Noon Book Club. Tuesdsay, January 31 | Bermuda Onion’s Weblog Featured Q&A: My fellow Hokie, Bermuda Onion, and I will sit down for a chat.