Hannah tells PowellsBooks Blog that her siblings and boyfriend keep her feeling “very brilliant and also very dumb.” She also admits she Googles herself – I wonder if she’ll find this! (If she does: Hi Hannah! We’re author-stalking you because we love your book. It’s not as creepy as it sounds).
You will have to create a log-in if you would like to read this short story by Hannah in its entirety – but it’s free and easy, so why not?
As if our recommendation isn’t enough…but just for fun, here is the review from the National Post.
Bosswell and Books thinks Hannah is “fated” for success. How clever!
Hannah sits down for an interview with the blog Three Guys One Book, proving that this isn’t just a novel for the Savvy Reader women.
Don’t feel too bad that Hannah isn’t coming to Canada to do readings; here is an audio clip of her reading “The Year Helen Turned Forty-One” at the 2008 Key West Literary Seminar.
Mrs. O’Dell Reads wants you to read The Fates Will Find Their Way before all your friends, so you can brag about discovering this “rare new talent.” Go ahead – read it, love it, tell your friends about it, and we’ll even let you take the credit for “discovering” Hannah. We’re generous like that!
The Washington Post describes The Fates as “a wistful novel about how little we know of one another, but how eager we are to tape together a collage of rumors, assumptions and fantasies to answer questions we’re too young, too cowardly or too polite to ask.” Love it.
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Be sure to check back to the Savvy Readers Book Club for more on The Fates throughout February and March! (It’s our latest book club pick)