Sally Koslow will be reading from her new novel, THE WIDOW WALTZ (Viking) tonight at the Barnes and Noble on E. 86th St. at 7 PM tonight.
If you can’t catch her tonight–and if your summer is bringing you out there (lucky you!)–Sally will also be in Westhampton for a reading on July 14th at Books and Books. Her full speaking schedule is here.
THE WIDOW WALTZ has been getting fantastic reviews–and hilarious ones too. She also has a piece today in the New York Times Opinionator blog about how she feels differently writing fiction and nonfiction. We love this from her:
While I’m writing, whatever genre I’m committed to becomes my favorite. A writer can’t afford not to feel this way. When I’m working on a book, it’s my mind-mate, lover and worthy adversary for as long as my patience and my publisher can stand.
And, to add to her long list of accomplishments, Sally and her husband (of 42 years!) were recently profiled in the Times’ “Making It Last” column. Can this be a blurb on her next book?! “She is ambitious and succeeds and I bask in her glory.” –Robert Koslow