Nadine Galinsky Feldman is an author of women’s and historical fiction. Her latest novel, What She Knew, explores what happens when Liz Nabor, who has built a successful Wall Street career, is inadvertently caught up in the Bernie Madoff scandal.
Her debut novel, The Foreign Language of Friends, tells the story of four women who meet in a Spanish class and take an instant dislike to each other! The Foreign Language of Friends was named a finalist in the 2012 Next Generation Indie Book Awards, Chick Lit category. It was also named a Gold Medal Winner, Women’s Issues, in the 2011 eLit Book Awards.
As an editor, Nadine produced Patchwork and Ornament: A Woman’s Journey of Life, Love, and Art by Jeanette Feldman. Patchwork provides a glimpse into life in the South Bronx during the Depression. With an immigrant mother and disabled father, Jeanette Feldman discovered the power of art and culture to transcend poverty. Patchwork won the 2010 Indie Excellence Award for Best Memoir.
Her first book, When a Grandchild Dies: What to Do, What to Say, How to Cope, provided grief support to an underserved population. When a Grandchild Dies is out of print but remains available in a Kindle format.
Through her blog, nadinefeldman.com, Nadine informs and inspires women at midlife.
When not working on her many writing projects, Nadine loves traveling, gardening, genealogy, and yoga. In addition, she supports numerous charitable causes, including DonorsChoose, the Jefferson County (WA) Food Bank and Gardens, Key City Public Theatre, and the Port Townsend Film Institute. She divides her time between New York City and the Olympic Peninsula of Washington State.