14 January 2020 Dear Friends Who Read and Readers Who are Friends, This month I want to celebrate two remarkable women. An ER...|
Dear Friends Who Read and Readers Who are Friends, It’s official: the audiobook of my first play, WINGSPAN, landed today. You can download...
Dear Friends Who Read and Readers Who are Friends, I’m asked often about the process of writing: how I approach my day. Invariably,...|
When I was a boy, I had an uncle who married a flight attendant—or what we called back then a (forgive me) stewardess....
“Filled with turbulence and sudden plunges in altitude, ‘The Flight Attendant’ is a very rare thriller whose penultimate chapter made me think to...
The novel, “Midwives,” 20 years later: What was the early reaction to the novel like? Has it changed over time?
It was twenty years ago that “Midwives” was published: 1997. Seinfeld was still on the air. The Spice Girls had two of the...|
It was twenty years ago that “Midwives” was published: 1997. I had hair then. Our phones were considerably less smart. Our books were...|
Of the million and a half words (at least a million and a half) that Howard Frank Mosher published, the sentence I think...|
An interview in which I reveal my favorite children’s book, what I did before I became a novelist, and my response to one very garish dust jacket
Over the holidays, I was interviewed about my work and “The Sleepwalker” by Laura Hamlett of Playback St. Louis. I thought her questions...|
Dear Friends Who Read and Readers Who Are Friends, When I finish a novel and the book works — and heaven knows that’s...|