Author Archives: Tracey Palmer

About Tracey Palmer

Tracey Palmer is a freelance writer and editor for nonprofits and founder of Chicks Who Write, a professional networking group for women who freelance in greater Boston. A 2016 graduate of Grub Street’s Novel Incubator, Tracey's first novel, I NEVER NEEDED YOU ANYWAY, was a finalist in the 2018 Writer’s League of Texas manuscript competition. She was a scholarship recipient at the Salty Quill Writers Retreat in Maine and selected to attend the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. She's currently working on a book about a U.S. Army veteran of the war in Afghanistan, who is also the single mother of two small boys. She is represented by Ayesha Pande at Ayesha Pande Literary. You can follow her on Twitter @traceywriter.

Virtual Book Tour Debut: Rishi Reddi, Passage West

“Reddi’s Steinbeck-ian tale adds a valuable contribution to the stories of immigrants in California.” –Publishers Weekly “Reddi’s richly imagined, character-driven novel sheds light on a little-known history of Indians in the U.S. and surprisingly echoes current events.” –Booklist

Dead Darlings Debut: Kate Milliken, Kept Animals

“Kept Animals is a darkly beautiful book, tender yet powerful, an exquisite exploration of hurt and desire, the why of wanting, taking, and giving.” —Jeannette Walls, author of The Glass Castle and Half Broke Horses “In this rugged and ravishing debut, a tragic car…

Virtual Book Tour: Layne Fargo, Temper

“For potboilers, nothing comes close to Temper. There’s violence here, but it’s not only physical; it’s emotional and psychological, even intellectual.” –The New York Times Book Review What is your book about?  Temper (Scout Press/Simon & Schuster, paperback April 2020)…