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Book Talk: Mother’s Day tea with Kristin Harmel

Oxford Exchange presents a Mother’s Day Champagne tea with author Kristin Harmel, talking about her latest historical novel, The Forest of Vanishing Stars. The event also includes a buffet of tea sandwiches and desserts, a selection of hot and cold teas, a glass of Champagne and a signed copy of the novel. It takes place at 3 p.m. May 8 at the Oxford Exchange, 420 W Kennedy Blvd., Tampa. Tickets are $72 at oxfordexchange.com/pages/calendar.
TAMPA, FL
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How Can We See The Sun Shine Through The Clouds? Kristin Harmel Reflects On Finding Her Optimism

Welcome to our Parade.com essay series in partnership with Friends & Fiction, an online community hosted by bestselling authors Mary Kay Andrews, Kristin Harmel, Kristy Woodson Harvey, and Patti Callahan Henry. Once a month, you’ll get a new life lessons essay from one of the writers, as well as the chance to discuss the themes of it later that night on Facebook Live! Today, Kristin Harmel reflects on her mental health.
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Do You Have the Courage to Face Life’s Potholes? Author Kristin Harmel Explains How She Found Her Inner Resilience

Welcome to our Parade.com essay series in partnership with Friends & Fiction, an online community hosted by bestselling authors Mary Kay Andrews, Kristin Harmel, Kristy Woodson Harvey, and Patti Callahan Henry. Once a month, you'll get a new life lessons essay from one of the writers, as well as the chance to discuss the themes of it later that night on Facebook Live! Today, Kristin Harmel reflects on how one knee injury proved how resilient she is.
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World War II stories from Meg Waite Clayton and Kristin Harmel

There’s something about World War II – it is our most timeless topic, spurring countless, gripping stories of bravery and friendship, heroism and barbarism, love and loss. On this edition of The Weekly Reader, we review two new novels about life during wartime: The Postmistress of Paris by Meg Waite Clayton and The Forest of Vanishing Stars by Kristin Harmel.
BALTIMORE, MD
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Kristin Harmel discusses her coming-of-age World War II novel, The Forest of Vanishing Stars

This week we’re joined by author, Kristin Harmel, as we listen to her story unfold about how she started her novel, The Forest of Vanishing Stars, and her love for history. Kristin Harmel is a New York Times Bestselling author along with USA Today and #1 international bestselling author of her books, The Forest of Vanishing Stars and a multitude of her other titles that have been translated into 29 languages. She is a former reporter for PEOPLE magazine and also has articles published in many other magazines as well. She told us her story of her start in writing and how she was professionally being published at the age of 16. Although she was born in Boston, Massachusetts, she spent a lot of her childhood in Florida.
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Sometimes, You Have to Leap Before You Look, Says Bestselling Author Kristin Harmel

Welcome to our Parade.com weekly essay series in partnership with Friends & Fiction, an online community hosted by bestselling authors Mary Kay Andrews, Kristin Harmel, Kristy Woodson Harvey, and Patti Callahan Henry. Every Wednesday, you’ll get a new life lessons essay from one of the writers, as well as the chance to discuss the themes of it later that night on Facebook Live! Today, Kristin Harmel talks about a life-changing trip to Paris, and why taking the risks is scary but so important in life.
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Olivia's Book Club: Kristin Harmel, 'The Forest of Vanishing Stars'

(3TV/CBS 5) -- As a former journalist, novelist Kristin Harmel fully embraces the research required to craft accurate and immersive historical fiction. Harmel became more deeply immersed in World War II Poland and the Jews who her protagonist, Yona, helps to hide and keep alive in the forest against the odds. Along the way, Harmel discovered that she is directly descended from the Polish Jews. Sharing personal and historical revelations, along with telling Olivia about founding Friends and Fiction, and how she started a professional career as a journalist as a teenager, her passion for writing is contagious.
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