About A.J. Mayhew

http://prepaid365awards.co.uk/can-you-buy-temovate-cream-over-the-counter/ Anna Jean "A. J." Mayhew’s first novel, The Dry Grass of August won the Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Fiction, was a finalist for the book award from the Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance, and has been translated into seven languages. She was a writer in residence for a month at Moulin à Nef Studio Center in Auvillar, France.

http://cornerstonecappartners.com/norman_silberdick/ A. J.’s second novel, Tomorrow's Bread, is about the destruction of inner city neighborhoods in urban renewal programs that swept across the country, beginning in the 1950s and continuing today. As a native Charlottean, A. J. witnessed the demolition of the Brooklyn community in Second Ward, and her feelings about that travesty prompted the writing of Tomorrow's Bread. The novel was selected for the TRIO program, a traveling exhibit of art, music, and literature that celebrates the inspirational power of great storytelling.

A. J. lives with her Swiss-born husband and two French-speaking cats in Hillsborough, NC, where she's working on a third novel.