ABOUT THE BOOK - THE KING & THE QUIRKY
Do our childhood selves always inform who we are as adults? Can you be a stay-at-home mother and still be a feminist? Does the word “soulmate” actually have many meanings? Should we believe in the “true love” narrative? These are just some of the questions Heather asks in her new memoir, The King & The Quirky, being published by Regal House Publishing in 2020. Stay tuned for the answers.
“[The King & The Quirky] is a powerful memoir of a process that will be familiar to many women: one which involves the remarkable task of reconsidering life's goals and possibilities within and beyond the traditions of marital bliss and connection… [Siegel’s] memoir represents an important survey of both the evolution of hope and self and the end results of such pursuits, creating an accessible, humorous, involving account highly recommended for women at various stages of growth.” --Diane Donovan, Midwest Book Review
ABOUT THE AUTHOR - HEATHER SIEGEL
Heather Siegel is a writer, teacher, and creative with interests in the arts, food, and animal welfare. In her past life, she founded several independent businesses, including a coffeehouse, a café, an organic juice bar, and a natural beauty bar. She currently teaches creative and academic writing for local colleges, continuing education programs, and private workshops. She holds an MFA from The New School University and lives in the woods of Long Island with her family in a farmhouse that always needs something fixed.