Jill talks about the characters and scenes in NEWPORT: http://curling-up-with-a-good-book.blogspot.com/2015/07/arc-review-interview-newport-jill-morrow.html
What does a Gilded-Age millionaire have in common with the Newport Jazz Festival? Bear with me … In 1891, Oliver Hazard Perry Belmont was a thirty-two-year-old divorced socialite who wanted to build a summer home in Newport. He hadn’t really accomplished much. He’d attended the United States Naval Academy, resigning after a brief and uneven…
I’ve enjoyed meeting readers through various interviews and book events these past two weeks. Having the opportunity to discuss NEWPORT is a real perk. Often, readers point out aspects of the novel that I’d never considered, and it’s fun to realize that they’re absolutely right. I’ve been asked one particular question several times now, and…
Jill discusses why she chose NEWPORT’s setting and era in a guest blog on Book Club Girl: http://www.bookclubgirl.com/book_club_girl/2015/07/guest-post-by-jill-morrow-author-of-newport.html
Thanks to Jennifer Vido for Making NEWPORT a Book Club Pick for July: http://jensjewels.typepad.com/blog/top-5.html
NEWPORT has been out in the world for a week now, and the last seven days have been busy. I won’t bore anyone with the details, but let’s just say that I was ridiculously optimistic (or totally naive) in thinking I’d be able to produce a viable blog post for today. I’ve learned a lot…
Newport is now available wherever books (and audiobooks and ebooks) are sold. Below are just some of the places you can pick it up. Be sure to spread the word! Amazon iTunes Barnes & Noble Indiebound BooksAMillion
Happy Launch Day to me, Happy Launch Day to me … sung to the tune of … well, you can guess. Think cake. Think candles. Think best wishes for this next year, because as of today, Newport is officially out there in the world, figuratively “born.” But, wait. What’s that other piece of music I hear swelling…
NEWPORT is Sutter Home’s book club selection for July! Click here for more details.
Jill was interviewed by the Baltimore County Public Library’s Between the Covers blog, where she discusses Newport, her writing process, other authors and much more. Read the full interview on the BCPL.info website by clicking here.
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