Afternoon Author Talk Paulette Stout
October 25 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Jacob Edwards Library is pleased to welcome award-winning author Paulette Stout who will present a program on her books and writing journey. Paulette writes fast-paced contemporary women’s fiction that makes readers feel—and think. Her titles include her novels Love, Only Better and What We Never Say, an anthology called A Million Ways: Stories of Motherhood, and her work-in-progress due out next February, What Eyes Can’t See. The presentation will be on Wednesday, October 25th at 2 pm in the Reading Room. All are welcome!
The Midwest Book Review called What We Never Say “a deftly crafted, deeply engaging, and memorably compulsive page turner.” Best Book Awards winner, Love, Only Better, was called “original and needed women’s fiction” by BookTrib.
Paulette Stout is a fearless author, tackling social issues often ignored. Some may be one’s readers haven’t yet pondered; others are likely familiar–but with a fresh twist. Regardless, readers get bingeable prose and compelling stories that keep those pages turning.
Raised by a single dad in Manhattan, Paulette is the gold-star wordsmith and owner of her content marketing agency, Media Goddess Inc., where she crafts content for her list of global clients. Prior to MGI, Paulette led content and design teams at several tech companies, and one educational publisher where her elimination of the Oxford comma caused a near riot.
Paulette’s prior career as a media buyer/planner in New York earned her three industry awards, including a MediaWeek All-Star. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Communications from Cornell University and her MBA in Marketing from the Lubin School of Business, Pace University.