New from Simon & Schuster

The Pollan Family Table by Corky Pollan, Lori Pollan, Dana Pollan and Tracy Pollan
MONEY Master the Game by Tony Robbins
The Cinderella Murder by Mary Higgins Clark and Alafair Burke
Revival by Stephen King
Jeter Unfiltered by Derek Jeter
Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow by Sophia Loren

Ann Pearlman

Ann Pearlman, Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award Nominee, is the author of Infidelity: A Memoir, The Christmas Cookie Club, and The Christmas Cookie Cookbook. She lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Become a Fan

Books by this Author

Video

Share a holiday treat with Author Ann Pearlman's Christmas Cookie Club

Watch as author Ann Perlman tells how much fun she had writing her debut novel about the rich and complicated friendships between twelve women who meet for a cookie exchange.

My Life in 8 Words

Author Revealed

Ann Pearlman
Q. What is your motto or maxim?

A. Follow your bliss, but consider others.

Q. How would you describe perfect happiness?

A. A day in which I write all morning and it's one of those times when I have the sense of taking dictation from the gods. Then in the afternoon go for a walk, or swim, or do yoga. Spend a few hours painting or doing sculpture with my eclectic collection of music playing in the background and that night have family and friends over for a great group cooked meal or go dancing.

Q. Who is your favorite fictional hero?

A. Usually the people in whatever book I'm reading that I love.

Q. What’s your greatest fear?

A. Dying alone.

Q. With whom in history do you most identify?

A. Probably my grandmother.

Author Voices

November 04, 2011

Shortly after the 2011 new year, I received an email from Michelle, the director of a Hospice in a North Adelaide, South Australia. A new cookie club, inspired by the novel, brought cookies to the hospice. “A lady by the name of Carole and her cookie club friends shared with us an amazing gesture, delivering to our 16 bed facility copious beautifully home baked and decorated jars of cookies, slices and other delights. I cannot even begin to tell you the impact this had on our patients,” Michelle wrote. She snapped photos of her patients receiving the cookies and planned to write about the event in the hospice Newsletter. I asked her if I... see more

Ann Pearlman on the Web

Facebook

Twitter

Explore

CONNECT WITH US

Get a FREE eBook
when you join our mailing list!