Holly Weiss, author of the award-winning novel Crestmont, is a private vocal instructor, retired professional singer and a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing. One voice led to another when Weiss transitioned to writing. She is a cutting-edge reviewer of books and an impassioned writer.
Weiss holds a Master of Music from Northwestern University. She was listed in the 2007 Who’s Who in America. A polio survivor, she is an advocate for Eradicate Polio Now.
“Crestmont is a fine and riveting read for historical fiction fans, highly recommended.” —Midwest Book Review
“Weiss has chosen to ‘sing’ something she truly loves… a historical novel for those who want to retreat to a 1920s free of grit, like Weiss’s smooth, efficient prose. —Daphne Kalotay, author of Russian Winter
“Weiss demonstrates her refined artistic skill, capably translated from song to pen…” —Janet Furness, PhD, Union University, Jackson, TN
“Crestmont is a shining example of historical fiction and its ability to breathe new life into the past. A very highly recommended read for historical fiction fans.” —Bobbie Crawford-McCoy of Nurture Your BOOKS™ https://www.nurtureyourbooks.com
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