I’m a book addict who is not even considering recovery. Funding my book habit as a radiologist by day, I read over 100 books per year, especially enjoying women’s fiction, psychological suspense, historical fiction and family stories. A reviewer for Books, INK, I also post the occasional review of my own right here on my website.
For my day job, I am a physician—a radiologist specializing in breast imaging. When I’m not interpreting mammograms and x-rays in a dark room, or reading/reviewing books, you’ll find me writing. Bedside Manners (SparkPress, October 2018), my debut novel, is a tale of unbreakable maternal love and triumphant survival, offering a fictional window into the world of medicine.
Aside from books, reading, writing, books, and more books, I’m an enthusiastic foodie. Travel is another top hobby since it opens up doors to new food and restaurants. A lifetime member of Hadassah, I’m also a supporter of Pink Aid, an organization helping underserved breast cancer patients.
Suburban Connecticut is my home, where I live with my husband, Benjamin, a trained actor and now middle school theater teacher, and our two sons. The boys all have the acting “bug” and I serve as their most loyal and supportive audience member.
Tentatively titled, “Laying Blame”, my second novel will again focus on the medical field, weaving a complex tale of addiction, love and survival on the operating table.