On Tour 04/20/22-05/28/22 “Words We Cannot Say” by Sita Romero

Release Date: April 19, 2022

About The Book:

Labor and delivery nurse Penelope is an expert at her job but a complete mess when it comes to her personal life. After her boyfriend dumps her in favor of saving his marriage, Penelope discovers she’s pregnant. Now Penelope must face motherhood, her greatest fear, or consider the alternatives.

Jesenia, a first-generation American, made her mark as a model then quit the business in favor of a nine-to-five and wedded bliss. After three years of fertility treatments and pressure from her family, trying to become a mother is her full-time job. But when her past mistakes threaten her chances, Nia will have to confront her youthful choices and over-involved family’s opinions.

If choosing a homebirth and nursing a toddler don’t make Lotus unconventional, growing up in a commune and choosing a polyamorous marriage certainly do. After her grandfather’s unexpected death and the inheritance of his Victorian home, Lotus just wants to run her business, take care of her family, and live in her version of normal. That peace is threatened by her husband’s former lover, the end of his sobriety, and a new love interest, all of which will turn her world upside down.

About The Author:

A Florida native, Sita made her home in Atlanta, Georgia and the Yucatan peninsula in Mexico before settling in Virginia. She graduated from Queens University of Charlotte with an MFA in creative writing. Her work has been published with Transmundane Press, Third Flatiron, BWG Roundtable, and Green Briar Review. She’s a member of Women’s Fiction Writers Association. In 2018, her short story, Into Xibalba, was nominated for the Pushcart Prize. Before writing full time, Sita worked in women’s health for 15 years, taught childbirth classes, and attended hundreds of births.

Social Media:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sitacromero

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Twitter: https://twitter.com/sita_romero

Book Blurbs: 

Over the course of the novel, Romero’s portrayal of the women’s experiences with and conversations about abortion, infertility, and nontraditional marriage have an honesty that’s refreshing, and they give clear voice to many women’s silent struggles.”

-Kirkus Reviews

“With themes of love, loss, addiction, and friendship, Words We Cannot Say will have readers at a crossroads as they follow the women through some of life’s hardest decisions. Author Sita Romero has woven together a wonderful tale that will evoke powerful emotions in women all over the world.” –Kristi Elizabeth, San Francisco Book Review

“In Lotus, Nia and Penelope, we find the kind of female friendship that runs the world. And in the art and science of their separate journeys toward motherhood, we find all the tears and laughter and reckoning with life’s choices that make our friendships so important, that make them rock-strong. I loved Words We Cannot Say. And when I finished it, I made sure my girlfriends knew I loved them too.” –Ashley Warlick, Author of The Arrangement

“Words We Cannot Say was an engaging, well-written, riveting story that I hated to see come to an end.” –Susan Miller, Manhattan Book Review

“At times heartbreaking, but ultimately uplifting, Romero’s well-drawn characters will stay with me for a long time.” –Pamela Stockwell, Author of A Boundless Place

“Words We Cannot Say is a touching and, at times, heart-rending book about the joys and tragedies of pregnancy in modern times.” –Jo Niederhoff, Seattle Book Review

“Deep love, unrequited love, and unconventional love take center stage in this deeply affecting story by Sita Romero… As the story takes a deep emotional dive into each of the character’s present and past, you won’t walk away dry eyed. Highly recommend.”–Densie Webb, Author of When Robins Appear

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