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GLENDA BURGESS

 

 

GLENDA BURGESS is a winner of the Rupert Hughes Award for Fiction and a New Century Writer Short Story Award finalist. Her literary memoir, THE GEOGRAPHY OF LOVE, was celebrated as one of the Ten Best Books of 2008 by the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, a finalist for the Books for a Better Life Award, and chosen as a Target Breakout Book "Top 25" nationwide. A lifelong traveler, Glenda resides in the Pacific Northwest.

 

 

 

ON SALE  9.7.2019   WHEREVER BOOKS ARE SOLD

 

 

Hello Friends, 

I am so thankful for the generosity of other writers. Here is some of the advance praise for SO LONG AS WE'RE TOGETHER.  You may PREORDER  here, and at your favorite online retail booksites and local bookstores. Early orders boost a novel's visibility. I truly

THANK YOU for your support!  

xGlenda

 

 

 

ADVANCE PRAISE for  SO LONG AS WE'RE TOGETHER

 

"Music scores the lives of two sisters together from girlhood to adulthood in Burgess' sublime novel SO LONG AS WE'RE TOGETHER. About ambition and the price of fame and the ties that bind (and sometimes strangle us), it's also a fierce, frank portrayal of the ways we love one another—how we succeed and sometimes, how we fail. Piercingly honest and gorgeously written, and as indelible as a song you love."  — Caroline Leavitt, New York Times Bestselling author of Is this Tomorrow

 

"In Burgess' hand, the women of the Stone family are rendered as bright, as fractured, and as real as any characters I have ever read—and all with clean, direct prose that evokes the work of Jess Walter, Anthony Doerr, and Rebecca Makkai. This is a propulsive, moving book."  — Christian Kiefer, author of Phantoms

 

"Glenda Burgess has written a deeply felt novel about families, particularly those made up of strong women. She beautifully explores both the sticky nature of sisterly love—the kind of love that persists even (or perhaps especially) when we're not even sure we like each other—and the mystery of maternal love, which is almost too big, even when imperfect, to comprehend. Her sentences ring with the music her characters make." — Peternelle van Arsdale, author of The Cold is in Her Bones