About Things Unsaid:
Bookclub Favorite Winner of New Adult Fiction—Beverly Hills Book Awards for 2016 Winner of the 2016 SILVER Medal for Best Fiction in Drama from Readers Favorites Finalist USA Best Books Awards 2016 in Literary Fiction and in New Fiction
Inspired by a true story about mothers, daughters, and impossible choices—Jules Foster, a child psychologist, upon hearing news of her estranged, narcissistic mother’s terminal diagnosis, chooses to care for her mother over her own daughter, only to find out she has been betrayed all along. Things Unsaid asks us to consider what children owe their aging parents and siblings.
About Diana Y. Paul:
Writing is a form of meditation for Diana Paul, a former Stanford University professor in Buddhist Studies.
She is currently completing her second novel, Deeds Undone, a murder mystery which picks up where Things Unsaid left off. A resident of Carmel, California, Diana is passionate about creating mixed media art. Her artwork has been exhibited in California, Hawaii, and Japan. Diana and her husband love to visit their adult daughter, son-in-law and their family in San Francisco and their son and daughter-in-law in Los Angeles.
To learn more about her and her work, visit Diana’s author website at www.dianaypaul.com, and her popular blog on movies, art, and food at www.unhealedwound.com or, if you’d like to communicate directly with her, please visit Twitter @DianaPaul10.
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