Redbook


Redbook came out.  For the past week people have been e-mailing me telling me they had seen the review.  But here in Hawaii, it hadn’t hit newsstands yet.

Finally yesterday my husband procured one at the Longs across from his work.

I have to love a review that references Mad Men, my favorite show, even if it says it’s not a Mad Men throwback it still got my attention in a good way.

Yay, Redbook!

Published by Margaret Dilloway

Middle grade and women's fiction novelist. FIVE THINGS ABOUT AVA ANDREWS, (Balzer + Bray 2020); SUMMER OF A THOUSAND PIES. MOMOTARO: Xander and the Lost Island of Monsters (Disney Hyperion); TALE OF THE WARRIOR GEISHA and SISTERS OF HEART AND SNOW, out now from Putnam Books. HOW TO BE AN AMERICAN HOUSEWIFE was a finalist for the John Gardner fiction award. THE CARE AND HANDLING OF ROSES WITH THORNS is the 2013 Literary Tastes Best Women's Fiction Pick for the American Library Association. Mother of three children, wife to one, slave to a cat, and caretaker of the best overgrown teddy bear on Earth, Gatsby the Goldendoodle.

4 thoughts on “Redbook

  1. A friend in San Francisco scanned your review in the mag and emailed it to me last night, apparently. Read it this morning. I was just going to email you about it when I saw your post. Awesome! The Mad Men reference was unexpected but completely cool. It’s also good to know that everything I say about your book to friends and acquaintances does not fall on deaf ears.

  2. Great review! Can’t wait to read it. I think I’ll just buy it at B&N when you’re in SD so you can sign it! 🙂

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