My book, Stories from the Tenth-Floor Clinic, received a positive Kirkus Review.
A good review a best seller does not make. I have been busy, along with my publicist, lining up ways to promote the book. I find none of this easy.
In retrospect, writing the book may have been the easy part.
“In this thoughtful and compelling memoir, Crane’s keen eye for detail brings her stories, by turns heartbreaking and humorous, to life on the page. . . . Crane’s passion for helping others is obvious even as she struggles to figure out the best way to do that. An honest, compassionate look at what it takes to care for some of America’s most vulnerable citizens.”—Kirkus Reviews