The author, on Zizi's role in her writing:
She mostly plays the role of preventing me from writing. But she's still a puppy right now.Among the praise for Heather Sharfeddin's novels:
I think as she gets older, she'll be a nice lap companion for those long hours at the writing desk....[read on]
“Deftly plotted, with parallel threads of tension and tenderness running through it.”Visit Heather Sharfeddin's website.
—Johanna Moran, author of The Wives of Henry Oades, on Damaged Goods
“Juicy reading [with] some powerful themes ... faith versus religion, sin and forgiveness.”
—The San Diego Union-Tribune, on Sweetwater Burning
“Sharfeddin’s eye for detail ... and her unsentimental compassion for her characters ... will entrance readers.”
—Kirkus Reviews (starred review), on Windless Summer
Writers Read: Heather Sharfeddin.
The Page 69 Test: Sweetwater Burning.
Read--Coffee with a Canine: Heather Sharfeddin and ZiZi.