Synopsis: From the incomparable Anna Quindlen, Miller’s Valley is the story of a woman coming of age, unearthing secrets about her family and her town, and learning surprising truths about herself. For generations the Millers have lived in Miller’s Valley, Pennsylvania. In fact, the farm on which Mimi Miller grew up was in her father’s […]
Recent Guest Authors
Caitlin Rother, one of my all-time favorite authors, returns to Colloquium today to further discuss the “shorts” she previewed when she was my guest earlier this year. Caitlin is a New York Times best-selling author of ten true crime novels, including Lost Girls, Poisoned Love, Dead Reckoning (an updated version of which will be available […]
Matthew Norman’s debut novel, Domestic Violets was a hilarious and poignant tale of a man trapped in a job he hated because he needed to provide for his family who wondered if he would ever fulfill his dreams. Norman’s snarky and self-deprecating style makes his follow-up book, We’re All Damaged, on sale today, equally enjoyable. […]
Today I welcome prolific children’s author Pamela Jane back to Colloquium. Pamela has penned a “personal, political, and psychological adventure” story chronicling her life that has been described as “the story of hundreds of thousands of women” who lived through the 60’s. Fade-in or Fade-out? Writing About Sex in Your Memoir by Pamela Jane When […]
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