IN PRAISE OF
SISTERS OF THE VINE
SISTERS OF THE VINE is not only a beautiful tale of self-discovery and reinvention, but one of female triumph, too. Filled with characters you’ll love, and some you’ll love to hate, this feel-good story will have you raising your glass to the heroine and her delightful crew.
— Hannah Mary McKinnon, bestselling author of
A novel about vineyard life and family, Linda Rosen's delightful and poignant Sisters of the Vine is for wine-lovers.
— Laura Dave, author of
Eight Hundred Grapes
If you enjoy sistership stories, great domestic fiction, or wine, you’ll relish Sisters of the Vine - an uplifting story that kept me engaged throughout! Just like the best wine, this novel will linger with you long after you finish.
— Lainey Cameron, award-winning author of
The Exit Strategy
IN PRAISE OF
THE DISHARMONY OF SILENCE
Linda Rosen spins an intriguing tale of long-held family secrets, an emotional search for identity, and a painting that may just be the key to untangling the complicated past. The bittersweet mystery kept me reading rapidly until the last page!
— Kristin Harmel, bestselling author of
The Winemaker’s Wife
A family torn apart by jealousy and reunited by love is devastated again when tragedy strikes. A poignant and moving debut novel about the fragility of life, the power of love, and the cost of keeping a secret
—Gina Sorell author of
Mothers and Other Strangers
“A wonderful novelist... Ms. Rosen's writing is both tender and inspiring. The Disharmony of Silence unfolds with emotional and wise insights.
— Bunny Shulman, author of After Aida, Keira's Story, Muse on Madison, Turning Point, Step by Step, On My Eyes, Timed Exposures
Linda Rosen’s books are set in the “not-too-distant past” and examine how women reinvent themselves despite obstacles thrown their way. A central theme is that blood is not all that makes a family– and they always feature a piece of jewelry! Her debut novel, The Disharmony of Silence, released in March 2020 and her sophomore novel, Sisters of the Vine, one year later, from Black Rose Writing. Linda was a contributor to Women in the Literary Landscape: A WNBA Centennial Publication for the Women's National Book Association and has had stories published in online magazines and print anthologies. She is a member of the Women's Fiction Writers Association and the Women’s National Book Association where she is Selections Coordinator of the Great Group Reads committee which curates a list, published annually, of novels and memoirs perfect for book clubs.