Tony The Trolley Gets The Lowdown On A Connecticut Author


Suzanne Palmieri is our Nutmeg Junction’s (in association with Network Connecticut) author of the month of July 2013. Suzanne is a teacher and writer who lives in Connecticut with her husband and three children.

Suzanne not only has her debut book out now, she has two pending book deals for 2014. Her latest book is called “The Witch of Little Italy” (St. Martins Press) and it’s currently rated 4 ½ (out of 5) stars on Amazon! Fellow authors describe the work as “enchanting” and many authors were “charmed” and “spellbound” by the story of a young woman who returns home to her estranged family in the Bronx and as she begins to recapture precious memories, she learns special secrets about her family and her history.

Suzanne’s personal story is a fascinating tale that can inspire those who struggle to achieve their dreams. Watch Ann Nyberg’s interview with author Suzanne Palmieri here:

So congratulations to Suzanne Palmieri. Check out her website: and her facebook


  1. Posted July 24, 2013 at 9:18 pm | Permalink

    I love this interview. The author’s story is both engaging and inspiring!

  2. masteringmommybrain
    Posted July 26, 2013 at 8:14 am | Permalink

    What a great interview…I look forward to checking the book out. Love the cartoon as well – too funny 🙂

  3. Posted July 26, 2013 at 1:43 pm | Permalink

    Glad you liked the interview, Dana! (love your mastering mommybrain blog btw!) The author’s book is out now. Her co-authored book “I’ll Be Seeing You” is in book stores now as well (look for Suzanne Hayes). And I hear tell her books in 2014 are coming out in MAY and in JUNE! Can’t wait!

  4. Home Place
    Posted July 27, 2013 at 11:18 pm | Permalink

    I’m lucky enough to have attended her book reading at RJ Julias and can attest to her wonderful-ness! And…we actually work together, sort of!

    Suzanne is such an interesting person and I’m so glad you’ve featured her as one of your authors of the month! Although I purchased the book…I’m so behind on my summer reading, but am looking forward to diving in!

    And I was so pleased to hear she was featured in the NY Times! Congratulations and so deserved!