I’ve got good news to report: The Midwife’s Revolt has been acquired by a major publisher and will be reissued in April of 2015. More details to follow!
Hello, everyone. Just wanted to give you a heads up on another incredible Bookbub deal beginning this Thursday, July 3: The Midwife’s Revolt will be $1.95 on Kindle, Nook, and iPad and, of course, at BookBub. July 3 – 7th.
An Evening with Claire, by Gaito Gazdanov, which I translated from the Russian, has just been reissued by Overlook Press. It is a masterpiece of early emigre Russian literature.
Hello, all — I’ve had a busy spring. The second novel of the Midwife trilogy is complete, and I’ll be shopping it around soon. If you read The Midwife’s Revolt, and remember Eliza Boylston, Lizzie’s haughty sister-in-law, well, it’s her story: how she grew up on Brattle Street before the Revolution, and how, in exile in Portsmouth, NH, she fell in love with her uncle’s slave. Stay tuned!
Please join me at the Adams National Historical Park on Wednesday, March 26th, for a brown bag lunch and reading/talk about Abigail Adams and other women during the revolution.
Please join me for a lunch lecture at the Adams National Park, Wednesday, March 26, at 12:30.
Please join me at the Weston Public Library at 7:00 on February 6. I’ll be giving a presentation on discoveries I made about the Revolutionary War, as well as reading from The Midwife’s Revolt.
It’s been a wild ride this week. The ebook has sold nearly 4,000 copies in the past two days!
Hello, all! This week only, Kindle and Nook editions of The Midwife’s Revolt are selling for a deep discount. Over 850 copies sold today alone. November 9 – 12. Get your holiday copy, or buy one for a friend!
Know some frugal folks? Send them to Bookblast
or The Fussy Librarian
Thursday, November 21st, for one-day-only discount Kindle or Nook editions of The Midwife’s Revolt!