Dear Blog Readers,

The Bones and the Book

This fall finds me in bookstores and libraries talking about The Bones and the Book.  When I’m not actually visiting a bookstore or library, I’m arranging to do so. So I’ll be taking a break from posting notes to my muses until the New Year.

Meanwhile I hope that you’ll read The Bones and the Book. There’s a synopsis of it, some comments from reviewers, and info about how and where to order it on my web site ( If you live in the Puget Sound area, you’ll also find there a list of venues where I’ll be speaking and or signing.

Thanks for following my blog. I look forward to a reunion in 2013.


Jane Isenberg.


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4 responses to “Dear Blog Readers,

  1. Jane – much as I will miss your marvelous letters to your favorite authors during your hiatus, I am happy you will be out there promoting The Bones and the Book. It is a marvelous story, full of rich historical detail – beautifully written, it makes connections between the experiences of our immigrant ancestors and our modern selves that we don’t often think about.

  2. Jane, I wish I could come to one of your readings, alas I am 3,000 miles away. 🙂 I have purchased your book, and look forward to its arrival, and to reading the story I know you poured so much of your heart and talented writer’s pen into. For now, I hope you had a happy Hanukkah and I look forward to reading more of your posts in the new year!

    • Melissa, I’ve been out of commission with my neck injury, so I couldn’t type much. Hope you enjoyed The Bones and the Book. Hope you’re also enjoying 2013 and that you and yours are all well. Hope to reconnect soon.

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