Okay, I have to say this: I LOVED “Pictures of You” by Caroline Leavitt. Here’s what it’s about: A mysterious car crash on a deserted, foggy road brings three people together in a collision of their own: A photographer fleeing her philandering husband and consumed with guilt. An asthmatic boy with a terrible secret. A husband who realizes that he never really knew his wife.
Well, there’s more, but right now I’m honored to be included in her blog – where I talk about What Would You Do If There Was Nothing You Had To Do and why I wrote it.
And here’s some skinny about beautiful Caroline Leavitt: PICTURES OF YOU was sold to 6 countries, went into 5 printings, and was a San Francisco Chronicle Lit Pick, a Costco “Pennie’s Pick” and a NAIBA bestseller. It was a USA Today ebook bestseller and is on the Best Books of 2011 List from San Francisco Chronicle, Providence Journal, Kirkus Reviews, and Bookmarks Magazine. She was the recipient of a New York Foundation of the Arts Grant in Fiction, a 2013 finalist in the Sundance Screenwriting Lab, and a finalist in the Nickelodeon Screenwriting Fellowship. She’s a book critic for The Boston Globe and People Magazine. She also teaches novel writing for UCLA and Stanford online.