The Silver Shoes

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Product Details

Price
$16.95  $15.59
Publisher
She Writes Press
Publish Date
Pages
336
Dimensions
5.5 X 8.5 X 0.9 inches | 0.95 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781631523533

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About the Author

Jill G. Hall is the author of The Black Velvet Coat, an International Book Award Finalist for Best New Fiction, and The Silver Shoes, a Distinguished Favorite in the NYC Big Book Awards. Her poems have appeared in a variety of publications, including A Year in Ink, The Avocet, and Wild Women, Wild Voices. As a visual artist, Jill uses found objects to fashion whimsical mosaics and assemblages. She is a seasoned presenter at seminars, readings, and community events. On her blog, Crealivity, she shares personal musings about the art of practicing a creative lifestyle. Learn more at www.jillghall.com. She resides in San Diego, where she spends as much time in nature as possible.

Reviews

"The crash of 1929, speakeasies and musical reviews, artistic challenges, family secrets, secret desires, romantic complications--these are just a few of the ingredients in Jill G. Hall's wonderful new novel, The Silver Shoes. Clair and Anne are two compelling characters born decades apart into drastically different circumstances. Each must face her own dilemmas and neither has an easy solution."
--Judy Reeves, author of Wild Women, Wild Voices

"A pair of glittery shoes links two women nearly a century apart in this enchanting story by Jill G. Hall."
--Janice Steinberg, author of The Tin Horse and dance journalist

"What a delight! Hall captivates and pulls the reader in; the story is as sparkling and fun as the silver shoes that connect the two women together--pure entertainment!"
--​Michelle Cox, Author of the Henrietta and Inspector Howard series

"You'll be cheering for both of these heroines as they insist on finding their own way as artists, no matter what the men in their lives want them to be. Hall's descriptions of Anne's visual art, inspired by the silver shoes, are delicious."
--Janice Steinberg, art journalist and author of The Tin Horse