While Protest on Trial: the Seattle 7 Conspiracy, my latest book, is getting most of the publicity this spring, it’s not the only one out there.
Dancing on the Edge, my Young Adult book about grieving, discovery, real and imaginary friends, traveling in England and 12 year old Dot’s irritating aunt has been reprinted by Chatwin Press and is available in paperback and Kindle.
Starred by Publishers Weekly, the reviewer wrote, “with complex characters and eloquent prose, it’s an absorbing story of a girl’s surprising path through her grief.”
Earlier this week I had the chance to talk about Dancing on the Edge with school teacher and blogtalk radio host Laura Moe. Here’s a link to our conversation, which itself traveled widely—beginning and ending with Dancing on the Edge, but extending to my other two books as well, including Miss Alcott’s Email, which is being reprinted this year in honor of the 150th anniversary of the publication of Little Women. More on that to come!