When the idea for Miracle at the Sideshow began forming in 2018, I could never have imagined how personally the story of Dr. Martin Couney would impact me and my family. On October 10, 2022, my son and his wife welcomed 34-week gestation twins into the world, Jack Thomas, and Eloise Mae. The first hoursContinue reading “On our own Miracles, and a podcast”
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Celebrating NICU Awareness Month!
I adored every second of the time I spent working in the NICU as a nurse, and I drew upon many experiences there when writing Miracle at the Sodeshow, based on the true story of Dr. Martin Couney, the man largely responsible for the advent of neonatal care at the turn of the 20th centuryContinue reading “Celebrating NICU Awareness Month!”
On the novel that almost didn’t happen.
“To anyone who feels too small to matter.“ So reads the dedication in my upcoming novel, Miracle at the Sideshow, releasing in a little more than one month on September 3. As previous blog posts have described, Miracle at the Sideshow features protagonist Sophie Rosenfeld, an Eastern European immigrant living in New York’s Lower EastContinue reading “On the novel that almost didn’t happen.”