Every week, we are going to celebrate noteworthy achievements and upcoming events happening within the She Writes Press community in our new “Friday High Fives!” (formerly celebrated monthly via the monthly memo).
From author interviews to launch parties, we are shining a light on a few of the fantastic things happening in our world.
If you have coverage you’d like to share (that hasn’t already been sent or shared), a new award to your name or an event planned, please let Leila know at email@example.com and we’ll get you included in an upcoming Friday High Five!
Library Journal Reviews shared a great review of The Velveteen Daughter by Laurel Huber.
Pick up a copy of the latest issue of Library Journal Reviews to see their entire review of Laurel Huber’s The Velveteen Daughter.
Venetian Blood by Christine Evelyn Volker received a stellar, five-star review from Manhattan Book Review.
Manhattan Book Review said “Volker’s Venetian Blood weaves alluring language, seductive setting, the charm of shadowed history, and cunning intrigue into a (modern) historical mystery so tantalizing you will be swept away from word one.” Read the full review here.
Barbara Donsky’s book Missing Mother is now out in Canada.
Missing Mother by Barbara Donsky (new title for Veronica’s Grave) was published on July 4, by HarperCollins Canada!
Michelle Cox has a mystery book tour event coming up on July 13 in Chicago!
Join Michelle, and fellow Chicago historical mystery writers, DM Pirrone, Cheryl Honigford, and Susanna Calkins for a lively discussion of their latest releases and all things mystery! You can RSVP here.
Laurie Kahn had an incredible book launch event.
Laurie’s launch party for Baffled by Love: Stories of the Lasting Impact of Childhood Trauma by Loved Ones was held at Chicago’s favorite feminist bookstore: Women and Children First.
Barbara Ridley and Christine Evelyn Volker were featured in the Book Passage newsletter.
Barbara Ridley, author of When It’s Over and Christine Evelyn Volker, author of Venetian Blood, were featured in “Path To Publishing: A Few Success Stories.”
Oink: A Food for Thought Mystery by Judith Newton got a great review from Kirkus Reviews.
Kirkus Reviews called Oink “. . .intriguing and full of twists. . . it’s hard to find fault with the author’s theme of communal empowerment, her love of food, and her frequent instructional asides. A highly educated foodie’s dream, this tale delivers a unique take on both the campus and mystery genres.” Read the full review here.
Judith also published 2 stories about Oink: one on expanding the meaning of deep ecology on MysteryReadersInc.com and another on food’s role in fiction on BooksByWomen.org.
Erin Seidemann was featured on a podcast.
Erin discussed her life as female pilot, her book Postcards from the Sky: Adventures of an Aviatrix and more with Beth Whitman. You can listen to the podcast here.
Even In Darkness author Barbara Stark-Nemon did an interview with She Wrote A Book.
Barbara Stark-Nemon chatted with Lena Anani about her book Even In Darkness. You can listen to the interview here.
Have something to share in the next Friday High Fives? Be sure to email firstname.lastname@example.org.