Author Interview – Craig Steffen

What inspired you to write this book?   After the death of my adoptive father in 2011, a virtual switch got thrown inside my DNA that demanded to know who I was and where I came from. I began the search and kept uncovering event […] Read more »



A Family Apart: Sleuthing the Mysteries of Abandonment, Adoption and DNA – A Memoir

Craig A. Steffen’s compelling Memoir, “A Family Apart: Sleuthing the Mysteries of Abandonment, Adoption and DNA” is a three-part journey of discovery. In the first part of the book, the author seeks to discover the nuances of his own identity. In the second part, the […] Read more »









Shorecliff

Hailed by Kirkus Reviews for its “exquisite tone” and by The Boston Globe for “reminding us of how it felt to be young,” Shorecliff tells the story of a family spending the summer of 1928 at their rundown summer house on the coast of Maine. […] Read more »