Special Q & A with Alyson Richman

This is a special Q & A with Alyson Richman, author of books The Garden of Letters and The Lost Wife among other. It was part of an online book group called THE Book Group on Facebook, feel free to get in touch via the Contact page for more information. I will happily add you to the group, there are many Q & A´s in the next coming months with, among others, Elizabeth Haynes author of Into The Darkest Corner, Human Remains, Revenge of the Tide & Under a Silent Moon, John Marrs author of The Wronged Sons, these are just a few of many. Click here for previous Q&A´s

To see the complete Q & A download a pdf file: Alyson Richman Q&A (file size 3mb)

alyson richmanA little more about Alyson.
Alyson Richman is the internationally bestselling author of: The Garden of Letters, The Lost Wife, The Last Van Gogh, The Rhythm of Memory (formerly published as Swedish Tango), and The Mask Carver’s Son. Her books have received both national and international critical acclaim and have been translated into eighteen languages. The Lost Wife was nominated as one of the best books of 2012 by the Jewish Journal of Books and was The 2012 Long Island Reads Selection. The novel is now a national bestseller with over 200,000 combined print/ebook copies sold and is in development to be a major motion film. Her forthcoming novel, The Painted Dove, centers around the French courtesan Marthe de Florian and the mystery of her Paris apartment that remained locked for 70 years. It will be published by Berkley/Penguin in September 2016. A graduate of Wellesley College and a former Thomas J. Watson Fellow, she currently lives with her husband and children in Long Island, New York.

Alyson Richman enjoys hearing from her readers. To send general comments, inquire about private speaking events, or to arrange a Skype visit with your book club, please feel free to contact Alyson via her website. http://www.alysonrichman.com/#!contact/c2q4

the garden of letter



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