Teacher, traveler, over-analyzer, and author of The Cellar, along with poetry that has been featured in Poet Lore, Rattle, CALYX, Qu, and The Timberline Review. You can contact her at email@example.com.
“A funny, flawed heroine whom readers of all ages will identify with and admire. A touching tale of two people from different times, both trying to keep their splintering families together.” –Kirkus Reviews (starred review)
“Julia shines as a thoughtful and engaging narrator…in this warm-hearted, ethereal novel.” –Publishers Weekly ABNA review
Sandra Steckel said:
I may be leaving this comment in the wrong place since it’s not for the above but for the WHO poem that came to me this morning via Rattle. Brilliant! I just read that headline this morning and…rolled my eyes! Everything’s better with bacon.
I’ll be reading your blog and poems. The book looks good too!
thanks, Sandra! I really appreciate this. Enjoy your bacon! :)
Zita Fogarty said:
Hi K.Lo. I enjoyed it immensely too, and thought the ending was perfect (in a sombre under cooked kind of way). You have cleverly interwoven humour with a touch of raw sentiment. And the timing is brilliant.
Thanks, Zita! So kind of you to share that!
another Sandra here and exact same comments – spooky – must be left over Halloween spirits.
thanks, another Sandra! I appreciate the shared response :)