I Remember You has an interesting premise about a boy who has memories of the future. Kind of strange, right? I mean, how is that possible? Going in I wasn’t sure exactly what to expect in that regards. Would there be a lot of sci-fi elements? Time travel? I liked… Read more »
Author: Cathleen Davitt Bell
I was born in Princeton, NJ in 1971 and lived there until I was twelve, when we moved with my mom moved to West Hartford, CT.
My dad and mom had been divorced when I was two, and my dad lived in Williamstown, MA. I spent summers and school vacations with him.
I went to college in New York, at Barnard, and stayed in New York after I graduated. I worked as a newspaper reporter for three months, as a salesperson for a multimedia publisher for three years, and as a market researcher, and finally a copywriter.
I’m married and have two awesome kids ages two and five. I lived in Manhattan for sixteen years, but now am in Brooklyn, living downstairs from my sister and her family. I have two dogs named Oscar and Oprah. My favorite food is pizza and, strangely, in my thirties, I’ve developed a great love for playing catch. Slipping is my first book.
ADVANCE PRAISE: This is a book that shows you what true love is: heart stopping, mind bending, life changing. I Remember You is unforgettable. – Melissa Kantor, author of Maybe One Day An ode to the enduring, transforming power of love. – Susane Colasanti, author of Now and Forever… Read more »