Local Author to make appearances this weekend.
Local Author Ellen Marie Wiseman will be available to meet and sign books at two events this weekend.
Ms. Wiseman's book, The Plum Tree, which was published in later 2012 is getting great reviews.
On Saturday March 2, Ms. Wiseman wil be at Watertown's Sams Club from 11 am to 4 pm.
On Sunday, March 3, Ms. Wiseman will be at the Flower Memorial at 229 Washington Street, Watertown from 2 to 4 pm in the coummunity room.
“Wiseman eschews the genre’s usual military conflicts in favor of the slow, inexorable pressure of daily life during wartime, lending an intimate and compelling poignancy to this intriguing debut.”—Publisher’s Weekly“Ellen Marie Wiseman weaves a story of intrigue, terror, and love from a perspective not often seen in Holocaust novels.”—Jewish Book World “The Plum Tree will find good company on the literal or electronic shelves of those who appreciated Skeletons at the Feast by Chris Bohjalian, Sarah’s Key by Tatiana de Rosnay, and Night by Elie Wiesel. Though in the same picture frame as these great classics, Ms. Wiseman’s story stands firmly on its own two feet and deserves a bright spotlight on the literary stage.”—NY Journal of Books “Ultimately a story of human survival and enduring love despite insurmountable odds, it’s an original and important addition to the World War II canon.”– RT Book Reviews!, 4.5 stars, TOP PICK Italian Rights sold to Newton Compton. Ellen Marie Wiseman was born in Watertown and raised in Three Mile Bay. A first generation American, Ellen has traveled frequently to visit her family in Germany, where she fell in love with the country’s history and culture. She lives on Pt. Peninsula with her husband and three dogs.