Take Five: Sarah McCoy and The Mapmaker’s Children

We’re so happy to have frequent contributor Sarah McCoy here today. She’s the author of three novels, and has been featured in Real Simple, The Millions, Your Health Monthly, Huffington Post and other publications. She’s here to talk about her latest novel, The Mapmaker’s Children. Q: What’s the premise of your new book? The Mapmaker’s Children is the story of two dynamic women, […]

Take Five: Erika Robuck and The House of Hawthorne

Longtime WU contributor Erika Robuck just released her latest novel, The House of Hawthorne. We’re so happy she’s here today to tell us about it! Q: What’s the premise of your new book?  In THE HOUSE OF HAWTHORNE, artist Sophia Peabody must find the cure for what ails her body and spirit, and her eventual husband Nathaniel […]

Take Five: David Corbett and The Mercy of the Night

WU contributor David Corbett just released his latest novel The Mercy of the Night. We’re so pleased he’s with us today to tell us more about it! Q: What’s the premise of your new book? There is no freedom without trust. And the truth does not lie with God or in Platonic ideals or in a library. […]

Take Five with Catherine McKenzie: Hidden

Hidden, a bestselling novel penned by our own Catherine McKenzie, releases in paperback in just two days, on April 7th. We’re so glad she’s with us today to tell us a bit about the book. Q: What’s the premise of Hidden? A: When a married man dies suddenly, two women are devastated at the news […]

Take 5: Heather Webb and RODIN’S LOVER

We’re thrilled to have our own Heather Webb here today. A self-described writer, editor, blogger, foodie, and culture nut, she’s also the author of RODIN’S LOVER (Plume) out on January 27, 2015, as well as BECOMING JOSEPHINE. Take 5: Heather Webb and RODIN’S LOVER Q: What’s the premise of your new book? In RODIN’S LOVER, […]