Tonight I received an email from Steven Luxenberg about Annie’s Ghosts.Â It’s ready to be released in paperback tomorrow with a new cover.Â My review of Annie’s Ghosts from July 2009 is still available for view. Isn’t this a nice cover?
Washington Post associate editor Steve Luxenberg is a master of investigative journalism.Â The editor of two Pulitzer Prize-winning series, Luxenberg has now written his most compelling story: his exploration of his late mother’s secret. Beth Luxenberg always claimed to be an only child, but a chance mention led to the discovery that she had been… Continue reading Annies Ghosts by Steve Luxenberg
Â Memoirs, Movies and Those (Mostly) True Stories A Writer’s Take on Reality’s Rough Edges By Steve Luxenberg, Author ofÂ Annie’s Ghosts: A Journey Into a Family SecretÂ Why do they do it? Why do so many film makers put “based on a true story” or some variation as one of their opening frames, when they… Continue reading Memoirs, Movies and Those (Mostly) True Stories – Guest Post by Steve Luxenberg
I have several book reviewsÂ I need to finish writing before the end of the month. This week though, you’ll see a guest post by Steve Luxenberg, author of Annie’s Ghosts: A Journey Into A Family Secret.Â On Friday my review of his book will be available.Â He’s doing an Author Chat on LibraryThing starting todayÂ until… Continue reading Upcoming Posts and Visits
Last week I listened to a Kathy Griffin interview on NPR on my way into work.Â At one point she mentioned she knew NPR listeners were readers.Â Poor Kathy either forgot to mention or it was cut out that her own book is being released in September.Â The title is a plea for Oprah to… Continue reading Author Interviews Work