Not only did this week find Veronica's Grave winning the Readers' Choice Silver Medal, it also has been named one of Women Writers, Women's Books recommended reads for September.
Here is what they had to say about Veronica's Grave:
"A story of loss and resilience, Veronica’s Grave likewise shows the power of literature―from Little Orphan Annie and Prince Valiant to the incomparable Nancy Drew―to offer hope where there is little. Touching the hearts of anyone who has dealt with loss at a young age, this story — painful to remember, too important to forget — offers the reader a clearer, more optimistic perspective on life.
Told with true literary sensibility, this captivating memoir asks us to consider what it is that parents owe their children, and how far a child need go to make things right for her family."
Thank your Women Writers, Women's Books!
Check out the rest of their September picks by clicking here.
Just for fun...
A throwback - a video of one of my first interviews for Veronica's Grave.