Review: After Camus 

Both an homage to Camus and a commentary on the complex world humanity must still navigate today, Jay Neugeboren’s new novel After Camus is to be savored by Camus fans, French literature lovers, and literary writers alike. And for those who traversed France in their youth, it may bring back memories to savor.  Jay Neugeboren’s most recent…

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Next Speaking Event, Blacksburg Books!

Gearing up for my next book event. I’ll be speaking about A Thousand Flying Things, my second novel, at Blacksburg Books. I’m going back home to SW Virginia, for this one! It’s a special moment for me. I read from my first novel at alma mater Hollins University, and now I’m going to speak in…

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Thanks to 24Symbols

24symbols review

Thanks to 24symbols.en for naming my new novel A THOUSAND FLYING THINGS a Book of the Week Selection! I’m so honored and pleased. Love the quotes and visuals chosen

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Q & A for Book Clubs

book club a thousand flying things

Book Clubs: Here is a Q&A I made just for your discussion. It’s here on my blog as well under the Book Club tab on my website. The illustration you see above was a potential mock-up for my book, made by my amazing designer Estella Vukovic of 99designs. In the end, we chose the cover…

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What Readers Are Saying: Micki Berthelot Morency

‘An intimate exploration of how alike we all are despite the many things society claims separate us. Evocative, powerful, at times gut-wrenching in showing our humanity, it’s a story of a deep commitment that jumps over all cultural barriers and connects two souls in unconditional love. It will grab and hold you on the characters’ journey until the…

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What Readers Are Saying: Rob Samborn

“As enchanting as The Shores of our Souls, A Thousand Flying Things is a star-crossed international love story overflowing with angst, desire, and empowerment. If you’ve found—or lost—love, you’ll be mesmerized by this exploration of the most compelling facts of human nature.”Rob Samborn, Author of The Prisoner of Paradise

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What Readers Are Saying: Megan Holt

“Kathryn Ramsperger’s beautifully researched novel interrogates the limits of language, challenging the reader to consider what is lost in translation when two cultures collide. This approach to language deepens the reader’s understanding of concepts such as love, peace, and freedom, as they transcend what can be expressed in words. “Megan Holt, Ph.D., Executive Director, One Book One New…

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