BOOKS

 

FOR REVIEW COPIES, PLEASE CONTACT ME AT SIGRIDDAUGHTER@GMAIL.COM

 

 

        Audrey: A Book of Love
       
a novel about a young poet falling in love with an older woman and a young
       
man at the same time
       
ELJ Publications 2015, 302 pages

    
   
Order from Amazon or contact me at sigriddaughter@gmail.com.   


"She came with a painted dragon and cinnamon hearts for Valentine's. Her name was Audrey and I am hard pressed to remember what anyone else brought to the party."
 

          Praise for Audrey: A Book of Love:

Joani Reese, author of Night Chorus:
". . .
fearless and lovely . . ." Read more.

Richard Mahler, author of Stillness: Daily Gifts of Solitude and The Jaguar’s Shadow: Searching for a Mythic Cat, among other books:
". . . confident, wise, and poetic . . ." Read more.

 

Alex Marcoux, award winning novelist and New Thought author:
". . . important . . ." Read more.

Susan Clay, Librarian, University of Georgia, Athens, GA:
". . .
compelling and masterfully written tale . . ." Read more.

Elise Stuart, Poet Laureate, Silver City, New Mexico
:
". . . bold and compelling . . ." Read more.

Myra King, author of Cyber Rules and City Paddock & other stories:
". . .
a wonderful and philosophical read . . ." Read more.
 


Reviews:

Audrey: A Book of Love reviewed by Teri Matelson in The Silver City Daily Press and Independent (August 20, 2015)

Guest Book Review: Carol Reid reviews Audrey by Beate Sigriddaughter in Your Own Back Yard ~ Writing and Art  Michael Gillan Maxwell (September 2015)
 

     
Product Details

Beauty Sleeping
a novel about an artist's journey by Beate Sigriddaughter

print: Lulu Press 2013, 363 pages; ebook: Kindle edition 2013

 

 

Order from Lulu.com, Amazon.com, and other online venues. To order from me directly, please contact me at sigriddaughter@gmail.com.

From the back cover: 

She realized that no matter what she did, what anybody did, the beauty inside her would never die. It lived in dirt, in anger, even in meaningless work. It was sleeping, but it lived. It was time. It had been sleeping long enough.

 

 

 

     

Kuan Yin: Flowers For Change
Kuan Yin inspired reflections by Beate Sigriddaughter

Lulu Press 2010, 62 pages

Order from Lulu.com, Amazon.com, and other online venues.  To order from me directly, please contact me at sigriddaughter@gmail.com.

From the back cover: 

Be in life with love.
Be in love with life.

Review:

Susan Tepper, author of From the Umberplatzen and Deer & Other Stories: "Little miracles."
read full review on Amazon.com

     

Snow White: A Mirror In Several Voices
A novella by Beate Sigriddaughter

Lulu Press 2009, 88 pages

Order from Lulu.com, Amazon.com, Borders online and other online venues.  To order from me directly, please contact me at sigriddaughter@gmail.com.

From the back cover: 

The ultimate question is, will my prince be content once I revive and become real?
                                                                                                     - Snow White

Review:

Denise Falcone, author of Void of Moon:  "Look in the mirror."  read full review on Amazon.com

Christopher Saxman, author of Longcoat and the Fishman and other novels: "funny and tragic." read full review

     
The Unicorn And...
Stories by Beate Sigriddaughter

Lulu Press 2008, 180 pages

Order from Lulu.com, Amazon.com, Borders online and other online venues.  To order from me directly, please contact me at sigriddaughter@gmail.com.

From the back cover: 

"The reason I am a unicorn," said the white unicorn, "is to build bridges across reality."

Reviews

Kirkus Discoveries, January 2009:  "A unicorn wanders through the landscape of American pop culture, exposing our collective strengths and failures in crystalline vignettes of prose poetry."  read full review

Kim Robinson "'The Unicorn And' will erupt in the reader’s hands like something beautiful, potent, and heartbreaking." read interview and full review

Eileen Colucci, author of The Strings of the Lute:  "This wisdom is dispersed in the alternating form of poetry, fable, flash fiction, and one-liners, capturing moments in the unicorn's life that are at once humorous and heart-rending."  read full review at Moondance

Denise Falcone, author of Void of Moon:  "The Unicorn And ...is an absolute gem of a book, full of spirit, and wisdom, and spunk."  read full review on Amazon.com

Carolyn Lee Boyd, author of The Temple of The Subway Goddess:  "This unicorn wears socks with frogs on them, visits a psychiatrist, carries a cell phone, and generally experiences life in the 21st century." read full review on Amazon.com

                                                                   

     

The New Parcival
A novel by Beate Sigriddaughter
Lulu Press 2007, 267 pages

Order from Lulu.com, Amazon.com, Borders online and other online venues.  To order from me directly, please contact me at sigriddaughter@gmail.com.

From the back cover: 

You already know these stories:  The knights were busy crossing their lances, the soldiers were busy aiming their rifles, and the women were invisible.

Not here.

Here are their stories.

Review: 

Nanette Rayman"The New Parcival - A Mosaic of Questions is Beate Sigriddaughter's foray into the world of spirits, women's spirits. The novel showcases the women left behind, faceless and nameless, while the knights go off to fight their fights. These women are no longer invisible."  read full review at Moondance

     

 

Letters to a Stranger
Poems by Beate Goldman (prior name)
Washington Writers Publishing House 1981, 51 pages

A few used copies are available on Amazon.com

Review: 

Bridget Balch: In “Letters to a Stranger,” Goldman artfully explores a variety of themes, from self-discovery and unspoken attraction, to awkwardness and regret. read full review on Ethershop.

 

Forthcoming: 

 

Xanthippe and her Friends -- a collection of poems, forthcoming from FutureCycle Press, publication date 2018

 

Dancing in Santa Fe and Other Poems -- a poetry chapbook, forthcoming from Červená Barva Press, publication date 2019

 

 

Tango: We Are Not Forever -- a novel about tango dancers and tango dancing

        Excerpt:

                    . . . she might say, with a meaningful lift of eyebrows, it had simply been a tango sort of day.

 

70 Percent Off:  Money -- a novel about the inopportune influence of money in an ordinary life

       Excerpt: 

The thing is, I never wanted to have a relationship with money at all, but money kept pursuing me like an unwanted suitor, wanting to be acknowledged, wanting me to requite with a love I don’t feel.