The Upper Peninsula Publishers & Authors Association (UPPAA) hosted a special online event with U.P. author Karen Dionne about her new novel The Wicked Sister. The interview was hosted by UPPAA President and publisher Victor R. Volkman (Modern History Press, Ann Arbor).
The event featured a brief reading from The Wicked Sister from the author Karen Dionne to be followed by a question-and-answer session. She had originally planned a U.P.-wide book tour which had to be cancelled due to coronavius conditions. However, readers who purchase a copy of The Wicked Sister at area bookstores Snowbound Books (Marquette, MI) or Falling Rock Cafe (Munising, MI) can receive a complimentary signed bookplate with adhesive to insert in their own copy of the book.
Karen Dionne is the USA Today and #1 internationally bestselling author of the award-winning psychological suspense novel The Marsh King’s Daughter published by G.P. Putnam’s Sons in the US and in 25 other languages. Her next psychological suspense, The Wicked Sister, will publish from G.P. Putnam’s Sons in the US and Little, Brown in the UK August 4, 2020. Karen enjoys nature photography and lives with her husband in Detroit’s northern suburbs.
Established in 1998 to support authors and publishers who live in or write about Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, UPPAA is a Michigan 501(c)6 nonprofit association with more than 100 members, many of whose books are featured on the organization’s website at www.uppaa.org. UPPAA welcomes membership and participation from anyone with a UP connection who is interested in writing and publishing books.