Jeanne Blasberg commemorated the six month publication anniversary of her debut novel Eden on Women Writers, Women[‘s] Books.

Lisa Boucher was asked to do a Q&A with Breaking the Cycles about her book Raising the Bottom: Making Mindful Choices in a Drinking Culture.

Andrea Jarrell‘s I’m The One Who Got Away received a glowing review from Cleaver Magazine that shared the similarities between Andrea’s story and the current #metoo conversation.

Congrats to Laurel Davis Huber (The Velveteen Daughter) who sat on a debut author panel at the Centennial celebration of the Women’s National Book Association in NYC on October 27 at Penguin Random House.

Danielle Wong (Swearing Off Stars) was featured in Lamorinda Weekly.

Diane Pomerantz (Lost in the Reflecting Pool) contributed to a piece on Family Education about how to talk to your kids about sexual harassment.

Barbara Ridley had an amazing turn out at her Green Apple Books reading of her novel When It’s Over, and even got to see her name up in lights! She was also featured in The Write Place At The Write Time and shared the research she did for When It’s Over.

Congrats to Sherry Stanfa-Stanley who had a feature article written on her and her novel Finding My Badass Self in the Indianapolis Star.

Lizbeth Meredith (Pieces of Me) was was included in a Reader’s Digest article for Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

Heather Cumiskey (I Like You Like This) participated in a YA open mic on Barnes & Noble.

Michelle Cox (A Ring of Truth), Amy S. Peele (Cut) and Kate Jessica Raphael (Murder Under the Fig Treeclosed out their SWP Mystery tour at Bookends and Beginnings in Evanston, Illinois.

Bibliotica called The First Signs of April by Mary Elizabeth Briscoe, “so well written it feels like reading a novel. [Briscoe’s] descriptions are vivid and realistic – I felt like I was on her motorcycle with her, or walking her dog, or any number of other places – and her voice is one of wit and candor mixed with hard-won self-awareness.”

Patricia Williams (While They’re Still Here) and Iris Waichler (Role Reversal) were showcased in an article about caregiving and therapeutic fibbing on ThirdAge.

Teresa Sullivan, author of Mikey and Me, was featured in Autism Parenting Magazine’s “What’s New on the Bookshelf” (pictured below).

Upcoming Events:

Barbara Ridley will be holding a reading, signing and Q&A for her debut novel When It’s Over at Porter Square Books in Cambridge, MA at 7 p.m. on November 15. To RSVP or for more info, see her Facebook event.

Rifka Kreiter will be at Inquiring Minds Bookstore, 6 Church St. New Paltz, NY on November 5 at 4 p.m. promoting her memoir, Home Free.

Every week, we celebrate noteworthy achievements and upcoming events happening within the She Writes Press community in our “Friday High Fives!” If you have coverage you’d like to share, a new award to your name or an event planned, please email and we’ll get you included in an upcoming Friday High Fives!

2017-11-08T15:35:21+00:00 November 3rd, 2017|Categories: Friday High Fives|

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