I’ve loved reading since I was a little girl and my dad was superintendent at a one-school district in the country. He’d let me stay all day, every Saturday, in the school library, reading whatever I wanted. I began with the A’s–you know, Louisa May Alcott.
As an adult, I facilitated Sacramento library book groups for ten years, including two for teenagers, the Banned Books Club, and the Underground Book Club, and one for adults, in which we read one hundred titles together. I learned a lot about what made a book fun to talk about through this experience.
At the end of ten years of library book groups, I stepped down from facilitating in order to write. Ten years after that, Copy Boy was published.
So the writing is all tied up with book clubs for me.
I would LOVE to join your book club, in person, or by Zoom. It’s been one of the most gratifying parts of being an author.
Please reach out to put me and Copy Boy, Tomboy or Poster Girl on your calendar with your group.