I did a MyHeritage DNA test, and the results were not what I expected!
Greetings all! I’m very pleased to announce that my short story, Cockatoo Tears, was published in the Spring 2018 edition of Qu Literary Magazine, a contemporary journal from Queens University of Charlotte. Here’s the opening section: “Mom. We have to save the rainforests.” These were the seven words with which my seven-year-old greeted me as she […]
A few months ago I shared a short story of mine, Scarf Sisters, about an Israeli settler who bonds with a Palestinian woman over their identical headscarves. When I read the story to an audience in Jerusalem, I was asked by several people it was based on a true story. It wasn’t, but there were elements […]
One of the questions I was asked during the FB Live session a few weeks ago was, “How much of the book is autobiographical?” Because of the time constraints, I answered broadly: “Ahhh… this is a complicated question to ask a fiction writer, because, you know… what does autobiographical mean? None of the… well, most of the […]
Before I begin: don’t forget that I’m making a complete fool of myself hosting a Facebook Live launch event today–9pm Israel time (3pm EST; we just changed our clocks, so it’s 6 hours’ difference instead of 7)! Make sure to “like” and follow my author page on Facebook to receive a notification when I go […]