Celebrating women who have gone before

Posted Mar 6 2020, 2:40 am in , , , , ,

To mark women’s history month (celebrated in March in the United States, UK and Australia), I’m this month’s featured author on my friend Mel Greenberg’s ‘Notes from the Nest’ blog.

I’ve written a personal piece about what ‘women who have gone before’ mean in my own life, and how their example has helped me become the person—and writer—I am today.

Whether you’re celebrating women’s history month this March or not, I hope you’re inspired to think about and honour inspirational women who have shaped your own life. Read my special guest post here.

Meet Mel Greenberg

I met Mel at the Women’s Fiction Writers Association (WFWA) Retreat in Albuquerque, New Mexico in September 2019. We’ve since become good friends so I was thrilled when she asked me to feature on her blog. 

Like me, Mel is a mom, wife and writer. And as I learn more about her life journey (including as a breast cancer survivor), she continues to inspire me with her positivity, courage and now, with an empty nest, how she’s creating a new life beyond children.

Find out more about Mel in this interview with SDVoyager, an online magazine from San Diego, California. 

Writing news—Paperback of The Wishing Tree in Irish Falls is now available for pre-orderThis image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is wishingtree900.jpg

For those of you waiting for the paperback edition of The Wishing Tree in Irish Falls, it will be out on April 12, 2020 and is now available for pre-order:

Amazon US  / Amazon UK / Amazon Canada / Barnes & Noble 

Library copies of The Wishing Tree in Irish Falls 

If you’ve suggested that your library purchase a copy of The Wishing Tree in Irish Falls (if so, I’m very grateful), please tell your librarian that my new book is available on Ingram or, depending on the library’s acquisitions system it can, of course, be purchased from Amazon directly.

 

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