Media

Photos

You may use these photos in conjunction with interviews, articles, and press releases.

Moon River cover is © Tara Sizemore.

Portraits are © Rosheena Bove.

Articles

Voice Magazine, Issue 08, 2016 – Page 18

Voice Magazine, Issue 09, 2016 – Page 18

Voice Magazine, Issue 10, 2016 – Page 18

The Wetzel Chronicle, Volume 39, Number 47, 2016 – Page 6

The Intelligencer, Issue 10, 2016 – Festivities to Focus on Fiesta

The Trumpet, West Liberty University, 2016 – Online

Times West Virginian, Mannington Column, 2017 – Library Notes

The Intelligencer, Life Column, 2017 – Amber Tran Book Tour Coming to Moundsville Library

Leigh Holland Writes, April 16th, 2017 – Book Review

Thirsty 4 Health, April 18th, 2017 – Book Review

Book Reviews Anonymous, April 24th, 2017 – Book Review

Grace Harney Indie Review, June 15th, 2017 – Book Review

Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers, September 15, 2017 – Book Review

Quotes

“He reached out, grabbed my hand, and forced the pad of my finger to touch one of the foreign symbols. “Blue,” he told me. “That means blue.” I closed my eyes and pretended the faint texture of his shirt was written in Braille, and that I, too, could read blue with just a single touch.” – from Moon River

“Ryan’s smile was timeless, in that his sweet young face was the only changing feature across the photographic evidence surrounding me. There was something inherently intimate about seeing chronological portraits of Ryan in his own home. It was unusual, almost indescribable, what I felt as I skipped along with Kimmie.” – from Moon River

“That was the first time I ever wanted to forget something about Ryan. I wanted to erase my memory of what total emptiness looked like … to learn about the physical struggles stretching across his face, so that I could spend the next few months learning how to make them all better.” – from Moon River

“He was right. He did scare me. He scared me because I didn’t know him anymore.” – from Moon River

“And then he asked me if I liked him. Blushing, I kicked at a rock and mumbled, “Yeah, I do.” Then he was gone.” – from Moon River