St. Louis author uses magical realism in her latest romance.
At 47, new mom publishes memoir of life after 40.
"In the Pink" available now as an e-book.
After moving to Illinois with my fiance', I was unemployed and uninsured for several months. After landing a job with a local leasing company, I set up my health checkups as soon as the insurance was in affect. I went for a screening mammogram and checked it off my list of to do's. A week la…
Next week is a stellar week for author events. So many to choose from.
Susan McBride's latest book, "Little Black Dress," goes on sale today. She'll be on "Great Day St. Louis" this morning and on Wednesday she signs her mystery/romance/magic tale at the Schlafly library branch.
There's no dress code for this week's debut of Susan McBride's "Little Black Dress" (320 pages, William Morrow, $14.99; paperback). Still, the author is likely to wear pearls Wednesday to the Schlafly library branch (see events listings). She talked about her 12th book, set near Ste. Genevieve.
Next month, the St. Louis Public Library features two authors with "magical" books.
St. Louis mystery writer Susan McBride has written several books in her Debutante Dropout mystery series and two books in The Debs, a series for young adult readers (the second comes out next June).