Friday, February 09, 2024

Q&A with Sagit Schwartz

From my Q&A with Sagit Schwartz, author of Since She's Been Gone: A Novel:

About the book, from the publisher:
How much work does your title do to take readers into the story?

My publisher came up with my title, and it’s so much better than my original one! My book is about a psychologist who learns the mom she lost to a hit-and-run 26 years before might still be alive—and keeping dangerous secrets. It’s a dual-timeline thriller, and the past chapters follow the story of my protagonist, a 15-year-old struggling with an eating disorder after losing her mom. The present is her heart-pounding journey, trying to figure out what really happened to her mom and if she’s still alive. The title Since She’s Been Gone encapsulates everything she went through both in the past and present since...[read on]
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Q&A with Sagit Schwartz.

--Marshal Zeringue