The author, on Holden and Willa's favorite humans:
I am by far Holden’s favorite in our household. He seeks me out and wants to chill with me wherever I am. I often look deeply into his dark, soulful eyes; I feel we are communing.About The House on Primrose Pond by Yona Zeldis McDonough, from the publisher:
For Willa, it’s my husband Paul. She circles, coughs, and whimpers to get his attention and she wants to sit in his lap or be held by him 24/7. She’s also very coy and even flirtatious (if a Pom can flirt!) in his presence—I think she’s...[read on]
A compelling novel about one woman’s search for the truth from the author of You Were Meant For Me.Learn more about the author and her work at Yona Zeldis McDonough's website.
After suffering a sudden, traumatic loss, historical novelist Susannah Gilmore decides to uproot her life—and the lives of her two children—and leave their beloved Brooklyn for the little town of Eastwood, New Hampshire.
While the trio adjusts to their new surroundings, Susannah is captivated by an unexpected find in her late parents’ home: an unsigned love note addressed to her mother, in handwriting that is most definitely not her father’s.
Reeling from the thought that she never really knew her mother, Susannah finds mysteries everywhere she looks: in her daughter’s friendship with an older neighbor, in a charismatic local man to whom she’s powerfully drawn, and in an eighteenth century crime she’s researching for her next book. Compelled to dig into her mother’s past, Susannah discovers even more secrets, ones that surpass any fiction she could ever put to paper…
Coffee with a Canine: Yona Zeldis McDonough & Willa and Holden (October 2014).
The Page 69 Test: You Were Meant For Me.
My Book, The Movie: You Were Meant for Me.
Writers Read: Yona Zeldis McDonough.
The Page 69 Test: The House on Primrose Pond.
Coffee with a Canine: Yona Zeldis McDonough & Willa and Holden.