About the Author

Michelle Haimoff is a writer and blogger whose writing has appeared in The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, PsychologyToday.com and The Huffington Post. She is a founding member of NOW New York State’s Young Feminist Task Force and blogs … Continue reading

About the Book

Six months after September 11th, New Yorkers are instructed to get on with their lives despite the terror advisories, streets filled with 9/11 merchandise, and mail that may contain Anthrax. But for Hailey, still jobless after college and living in … Continue reading

Reviews and Press

(Starred Review) “Debut novelist Haimoff clearly captures the strange, sad time in the immediate aftermath of 9/11, and yet she also nails the energetic,funny banter of twentysomethings, the expectations placed on the sons and daughters of the supersuccessful, and the … Continue reading

Buy the Book

Available for pre-order on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Powell’s Books, IndieBound and Skylight Books  


February 29, 2012: NYC BOOK LAUNCH AT BOOKCOURT 7pm 163 Court Street (between Pacific and Dean) Cobble Hill, Brooklyn   March 1, 2012: NYC BOOK PARTY AT BELMONT LOUNGE 7-9pm 117 East 15th Street (between Park Ave South and Irving Place) … Continue reading