Juliet’s Nurse has hit the shelves and the critics have taken notice.
Do YOU have your copy? Thanks to David Brown of Atria Books, I have one. :)
What makes this prequel and retelling of Romeo and Juliet such a great read?
Take a look:
Library Journal says Juliet’s Nurse is “beautifully written…Leveen’s intricate storytelling is impressive.”
HistoricalNovels.info says,”Earthy, witty, emotionally vibrant and all too human, Angelica makes Juliet’s Nurse a compelling read, sometimes delightful, sometimes heart-wrenching.”
BookTrib.com described Juliet’s Nurse as “Sumptuously researched” promising “you’ll never think about Romeo and Juliet quite the same way again.”
Read an excerpt of Juliet’s Nurse to see why the reviewers have fallen in love with Leveen’s writing.Learn more about Juliet’s Nurse at Lois’s official site and follow her on Facebook and Twitter
Get a behind-the-scenes look by reading Lois’s reflections on why Shakespeare remains so popular on ReadingThePast.Com and check out the latest interviews with Lois from The Bainbridge Island Review, Romance at Random, the Oregonian, and Portland Monthly.
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Award-winning author Lois Leveen dwells in the spaces where literature and history meet. Her work has appeared in numerous literary and scholarly journals, as well as The New York Times, the Los Angeles Review of Books, Chicago Tribune, Huffington Post, Bitch magazine, The Wall Street Journal, the Atlantic, and on NPR. Lois gives talks about writing and history at universities, museums, and libraries around the country. She lives in Portland, Oregon, with two cats, one Canadian, and 60,000 honeybees.
Visit her online at LoisLeveen.com and Facebook.com/LoisLeveen.