Parade Magazine includes my debut novel in its roundup of 12 New Books to Read Over Labor Day Weekend.
Canada’s The Globe and Mail picks The Last List of Miss Judith Kratt as one of Seven Thrillers That Will Keep You Wanting More, noting that “Bobotis is definitely a writer to watch.”
My debut novel kicks off BookBub’s 10 Debut Summer Books by Women Everyone Should Read.
Library Journal chooses The Last List of Miss Judith Kratt as one of its Best Summer/Fall Debut Novels of 2019.
Ms. Career Girl lists my debut novel as one of its 10 New Books That Make Great End of Summer Reads.
Due South Magazine reviews The Last List of Miss Judith Kratt: “I wanted to savor every page and tiny detail shared by Miss Judith. They are simply so beautiful and poetic…” Read more here.
Shelf Awareness shares a photo of my book tour stop at Fiction Addiction bookstore in Greenville, SC as its Image of the Day.
I write about finding value in slow writing in this Women Writers, Women’s Books blog post.
Deep South Magazine offers up a thoughtful Q&A about The Last List of Miss Judith Kratt, which includes asking me about the last list I made.
Library Journal recaps its Day of Dialog, where I participated in a Top Fiction Debuts panel with authors Kira Jane Buxton, E.R. Ramzipoor, and Cadwell Turnbull.
Pat Sainz offers a thoughtful review of The Last List of Miss Judith Kratt in The Missourian.
Lady Banks’ Commonplace Book asks me to share the ten books that changed my life.
The New York Post names my debut novel one of its Best Books of the Week.
Coastal Living picks The Last List of Miss Judith Kratt as one of its Best Beach Reads for Summer 2019.
The Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance chooses my novel as one of its 2019 Summer Okra Picks.
Celebrity Molly Sims includes The Last List of Miss Judith Kratt on her summer book list.
Woman’s Day Magazine spotlights my debut novel as one of its summer picks.
Deep South Magazine includes The Last List of Miss Judith Kratt on its 2019 Summer Reading List.
Workingmother.com features my novel as one of its 20 Most Anticipated Summer Books of 2019.
She Reads names The Last List of Miss Judith Kratt one of the Best Books of Summer 2019.
Publishers Weekly writes about the Southern roots of my novel and the family murder that inspired it in this article.
Carve Magazine’s Spring 2019 issue interviews me for its “One to Watch” feature.
Publishers Weekly describes The Last List of Miss Judith Kratt as “thoughtful and quintessentially Southern … The well-told tale unfolds like a magnolia, slowly revealing a languid beauty. Mystery fans will also be satisfied.” Read the full trade review here.
I’m the Faculty Spotlight on Lighthouse Writers Workshop’s blog. Check out the Q&A to learn how The Last List of Miss Judith Kratt was inspired by a piece of my family’s history, plus how the West informed my very Southern novel.
Shelf Awareness chooses The Last List of Miss Judith Kratt as a GLOW pick.