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Book Launch Party for Dahlia in Bloom
The book launch party for author Susan Koehler’s debut novel, Dahlia in Bloom., was a huge success! Over 100 copies were sold at the two-hour event at Midtown Reader — possibly a store record! Midtown Reader will soon have more copies available. Call to reserve a copy!
WHERE: Midtown Reader, 1123 Thomasville Road, Tallahassee, FL 850.425.2665 (BOOK)
WHEN: August 17, 2:00 – 4:00 PM
DETAILS: Buy a copy of Dahlia in Bloom and have Susan autograph it for you!
The Cover Reveal is Finally Here!
Thank you to the incredibly talented team who made the cover of Susan Koehler’s debut novel, Dahlia in Bloom, come to life. Elizabeth Babski, cover design; Katie Clark, KM Clark Photography, cover model photography; Amanda Finch Broadfoot, Making Light Productions, for finding the model; Emma T., for representing Dahlia.
The book launch is set for August 17, 2019, at 2PM at Midtown Reader!
“A well-crafted, beautiful novel about a fraught childhood moment. ”– Kirkus Review
We are very proud that Dahlia in Bloom received a starred review from Kirkus Review. The story is also featured in the June 1 digital issue of Kirkus Review. Read the full review of Dahlia in Bloom here.
New Authors in the House!
Welcome, Susan G. Koehler! A published author with several teaching texts under her belt, Susan comes to Turtle Cove Press with her debut novel, Dahlia in Bloom. This story won a Rising Kite Award from the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators. We are so honored that Susan found her home with Turtle Cove!
Turtle Cove Press welcomes author Taylor Phillips. Look for his fascinating account of Jerrie Mock’s record-setting flight around the world, ETA March 2020. Queen of the Clouds: Jerrie Mock and Joan Merriam Smith’s Epic Quest to Become the First Woman to Fly Solo Around the World tells the fascinating story of what both women experienced as they set out on their adventures.
Taylor interviewed both Jerrie Mock and Joan’s widower, Capt. Jack Smith, and spent years combing through newspaper archives and other materials to capture the thrilling tale of the first woman to fly solo around the world. His manuscript is a page-turner! More details and a cover reveal will follow.