I am SO excited! The Law of Moses got nominated for Book of the Year and Best Book Hangover for the Fourth Annual utopYA Awards 2015! Public voting opens on May 7, 2015!
A big Utah newspaper decided to do a review on Moses. How cool!!
In Amy Harmon's novel “The Law of Moses,” readers meet 17-year-old Georgia, who has been captivated by 18-year-old Moses ever since she was a child. With piercing eyes and dark skin, he’d never be overlooked in a crowd. Of course, being the only African-American in the small town of Levan, in Utah's Juab County, Moses was always noticed.
But it is his past that makes most people pay attention to him. As a newborn, Moses’ cocaine-addicted mother abandoned him in a laundromat. Although his childhood deserved sympathy, it is his present that interests Georgia. While others are repelled by his eccentricities, Georgia is smitten with Moses and continually puts herself in his way, vying for his attention.
A huge Canadian newspaper reviewed Nos Faces Cachées, the French translation of Making Faces! What a wonderful review!
Check out the complete review or click on "Read More" to read the English translation!
A few months back, I was interviewed by Tim Knox, the host of Interviewing Authors.
Read more for a complete transcript of the interview, or listen online.