Terri Paul was many things before she came to writing-- a social worker, a professor, a computer programmer. She even worked for NASA. With the release of her first novel, Glass Hearts, however, Paul embraced her new job title: author. Tonight, she visits us from Columbus, Ohio (thankfully, she survived the pre-election-swing-state-onslaught) to share her book.
Glass Hearts tells of Serene, a 5 1/2 year old Jewish girl living in a small Hungarian villiage on the eve of World War I. When her father vanishes, her family must fend for themselves. Readers follow Serene as she searches for her father, navigating family politics, traditional values, and a world descending into the chaos of war.
We'll see you there!