Stuff in the ‘Kensington Publishing’ Category

19 July, 2015

FAMILY TREES launches debut novelist Kerstin March

K.MarchDSC_0490K.MarchDSC_0513Kerstin March sent these photos from the launch party at  for her heartwarming novel, FAMILY TREES (Kensington).  Valley Books sold books at the event, which was held at The Library (Marin Restaurant) in downtown Minneapolis. Approximately 300 people were in attendance, and some, no doubt, enjoyed the Apple-tinis, served, in a tribute to the book in which an apple orchard figures.


26 February, 2014

Palmer

Lindsey J. Palmer is a writer, editor, and educator. She worked in the magazine industry for seven years, including stints as Features Editor at Self, and previously at Redbook and Glamour. A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, she earned a Master of Arts in English Education from Teachers College, Columbia University, and taught A.P. Literature and Creative Writing at a Manhattan public school for three years. Nowadays, she’s a scriptwriter at BrainPOP, an animated educational site for kids. Lindsey lives in Brooklyn with her husband and baby daughter.

Lindsey’s third novel, Otherwise Engaged (Skyhorse, Feb 2019) follows on the heels of  Pretty in Ink (Kensington, 2014), a hilarious satire of the world of magazine publishing, and If We Lived Here (Kensington, 2015), a witty and heartfelt exploration a couple’s search for commitment—to each other and to their first apartment. In her Otherwise Engaged, Lindsey turns her attention to marriage and the wedding industrial complex. The rock-solid bond of newly engaged couple Molly and Gabe gets shaken when Gabe’s novel, a thinly veiled account of his relationship with his wild ex-girlfriend, becomes a national sensation. As fact and fiction, and past and present, start to blur, and it’s a countdown to the couple’s wedding day, Molly is forced to confront some hard truths about herself and her relationship.

Visit Lindsey at www.lindseyjpalmer.com and www.facebook.com/lindseyjpalmerauthor.