This week’s Bloom host is Amy Sue Nathan. She’ll be kicking off the week with some travel and wedding talk since she’s away for a wedding (both of which play a big role in her latest novel, Left to Chance). Throughout the week, she’ll post videos and discussions, and she’ll be giving away a set of her three books to one winner.
Amy Sue Nathan is the author The Good Neighbor (St. Martin’s Press, December 2015), The Glass Wives (St. Martin’s Press, May 2013) and Left to Chance (St. Martin’s Press, November 2017) and dozens of articles, essays, and stories published in The Chicago Tribune, Printers Row Journal, Chicago Parent, Huffington Post, and the New York Times and Washington Post online, among many others. She teaches workshops for Writer’s Digest University, works as a freelance writer and editor, and hosts the Women’s Fiction Writers blog, where she has interviewed more than 150 authors since 2011. Amy grew up in Philadelphia and is a graduate of Temple University with a degree in Journalism (which she actually uses). Amy has two grown children, two senior dogs, and is busy writing her next novel.