People magazine selected THE CAPTAIN'S DAUGHTER as one of its featured books in the July 31 issue. Woo-hoo!
Here's a piece I wrote for Signature Reads about why the idea of returning home is such a powerful plot device.
THE CAPTAIN'S DAUGHTER is part of the Book Sparks 7th Annual Summer Reading Challenge, along with a bunch of fantastic books. Check it out!
Here's an interview with Down East magazine about the inspiration for THE CAPTAIN'S DAUGHTER.
Redbook magazine selected THE CAPTAIN'S DAUGHTER as one of the 20 best beach reads of 2017.
Working Mother magazine has named its 15 Hot New Summer Beach Reads.
Publisher's Weekly called THE CAPTAIN'S DAUGHTER a story that "deftly mines issues of loyalty, class, and what it means to be a parent."
Barnes and Noble selected THE ADMISSIONS as one of its Discover Great New Writers Selections for Fall 2015.
Publishers Weekly calls THE ADMISSIONS a “stellar follow-up to So Far Away” and a “page-turner as well as an insightful character study.”
The View featured THE ADMISSIONS on its “Best Fall Books” segment.
People Magazine highlighted THE ADMISSIONS as a great beach read in its August 31 issue.
Brandi Megan Granett interviewed me for The Huffington Post.
The Boston Globe ran this article.
She Reads Book Club has selected THE ADMISSIONS as one of its four Fall Books. I'm super excited about being a part of this great online community. Stay tuned for an "Author to Author" post between Matthew Dicks, author of another She Reads fall pick, THE PERFECT COMEBACK OF CAROLINE JACOBS, and me.
The Examiner ran this review.
The Fredericksburg Freelance Star ran this review.
POPSUGAR named THE ADMISSIONS one of "12 Books More Scandalous Than Scandal." (I know! That one made me giggle too.)
Your Tango included THE ADMISSIONS on its list of "11 Incredible Books Every Smart Woman Should Read This Fall."