Nina Schuyler's debut novel, The Painter, was also selected by the San Francisco Chronicle as one of the Best Books of 2004, and dubbed a “fearless debut” by MSNBC. And then, "life got in the way." Now, she is back with her second novel, The Translator, and it too is receiving rave reviews.
Nina recently joined Lisen Stromberg, host of Peninsula Parlour, at Litquake's Palo Alto event at the Oshman Family JCC. There she shared the importance of discipline as a writer. "You have to say no to email, social engagements, and other distractions because if you aren't committed to your story, then who will be?"
Nina Schuyler will be in conversation with Lisen Stromberg at Books, Inc. in Palo Alto on Tuesday, November 19th. Wine and treats at 6:30 pm. Program begins promptly at 7:00 pm. Book signing at 8:00 pm. This event is free and open to the public, but seating is limited. We suggest you reserve your seat now.
Books, Inc. has graciously agreed to donate 15% of all store sales the evening of the event to Abilities United.
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Founded by award-winning writer, Lisen Stromberg, the Peninsula Parlour is a literary series set in Silicon Valley. It brings authors and their readers together for conversation and inspiration in a convivial setting.
Proceeds from each event benefit Abilities United, dedicated to ensuring those with intellectual and/or physical challenges can lead full, rewarding lives.
For further information, visit our website or contact our host, Lisen Stromberg: lisenstromberg at gmail.com