After spending time at The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C., doing research in Caroline Ferriday’s archives for Lilac Girls and touring that vast, fascinating museum I thought I’d seen it all, until I visited the Museum of Jewish Heritage down in Manhattan’s financial district. Created as a living memorial, it is designed in … More A wonderful museum
The bread window at Balthazar in Soho. Could easily be Paris. Not a good day to be doing the all-protein diet.
When we looked at our new beach house in the dead of winter, we had no idea such beautiful lilacs would be waiting for us come spring. It seems fitting that they would be the first flowers to emerge here. Lilacs are a huge part of my new novel Lilac Girls since they were a … More The sweetest housewarming gift
I promised myself when we bought our little beach house that I would take the time to make myself a special writing space, a place where I could go and sequester myself to meet deadlines and do other important writing things. First step was to find the dream space, something to … More First things first. The dream writing shed.
So happy to share the news that my novel Lilac Girls will be published April 2016, edited by Kara Cesare at Ballantine Bantam Dell. Woohoo!