THE WATCHMAKER’S DAUGHTER, a memoir, was highlighted in Vanity Fair (“Fanfair”), People Magazine, The Readers’ Digest (which placed it on its “Can’t-Miss” List), The Chicago Tribune, and many others. The American Library Association nominated the book for its Sophie Brody Medal, for a work that enhances understanding of the Jewish-American experience.
Her second novel is called DOWN UNDER, which tells the story of a famous actor’s fall from grace, and the long-lost love he hopes will save him. Though stylistically different from her previous work, its wildly romantic and intercultural themes will be familiar to her readers. The book has been widely praised, by magazines such as Vanity Fair, and authors such as Jillian Medoff and Jesse Kornbluth, who says: “ No one knows more about what she calls ‘emotional kamikazes’.”