Remember to Remember Our Veterans

By |November 11, 2021|

I can't believe all the wars I've been alive for ( I did miss the Revolutionary War and the Civil War, but not too many others). We're always thinking of our vets on November [...]

I’ve been away too long

By |June 25, 2019|

So much has happened to my writing since my last blog, it's almost like starting over. Last fall I began a writing class with Jack Grapes and his Method of Writing. I was in his [...]

Portland Review of Books

By |March 3, 2018|

The review for Where Do I Go The book received 3.5 stars. After the persecution her family suffered and the death of her husband in her homeland of Russia, Leah and her two young boys [...]

Guest Post, My Reading Corner

By |February 10, 2018|

Writing Inspiration/Beverly Magid January, 2018 All three of my novels feature female protagonists, ordinary women in extraordinary circumstances. That’s my overall general inspiration, but of course each of the books had their specific, particular moment [...]

Review at Svetlana’s Reads and Views

By |February 1, 2018|

When it comes to Jewish lives and immigration, the only event that dares to pop up is Holocaust. I'm not against Holocaust novels, but often times I wish to see more aspects beyond that event [...]

From: A Life of a Female Bibliophile blog

By |January 26, 2018|

Review: January 28, 2018 My original interest was piqued in this book since I love historical fiction. I haven’t read too many novels focusing on immigrants in the 1900s and the synopsis intrigued me. The [...]

“I give it 5*Plus”

By |January 22, 2018|

"Where Do I Go is a fabulous follow up to Beverly Magid’s Sown in Tears. I enjoyed this one so much more. I loved the strength that Leah had and admired her. I found it [...]

Review of WHERE DO I GO, January, 2018

By |January 16, 2018|

  WHERE DO I GO By Beverly Magid January, 2018   MY REVIEW from I am a massive fan of historical fiction and this book really had me gripped. It is a poignant book [...]

Blog Talk Radio

By |September 6, 2013|

Beverly Magid talks about her new book, SOWN IN TEARS set in Russia, 1905, a turbulent time of unrest and rampant anti-semitism. After an attack on her village, Leah Peretz is alone to care for [...]

Impressions in Ink – Sown in Tears – Review

By |December 13, 2012|

Sown in Tears Title: Sown in Tears Author: Beverly Magid Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform on 18 September 2012 Genre: Historical Fiction Labels: Russia, Russian History, Jewish History, Early 20th Century, Revolution Format: [...]

Ima on and off the bima – Review

By |November 29, 2012|

Sown in Tears by Beverly Magid - In this story, Leah survives a pogrom with her two young children. As she rebuilds her life as a widow, she finds herself tangled up with the local [...]

Spotlight On Beverly Magid – Part II

By |November 15, 2012|

You've self-published both of your novels, what advice can you give authors considering going this route? If you’re as impatient as I am regarding agents and traditional publishing, self-publishing is a great venue and no [...]

Spotlight On Beverly Magid – Part I

By |October 15, 2012|

Beverly Magid, before writing her novel, was a journalist and an entertainment and celebrity PR executive, who interviewed many luminaries, including John Lennon, Jim Croce and the Monty Python gang, and as a publicist represented clients in music, tv [...]

Historical fiction writer Beverly Magid

By |October 11, 2012|

A Writer of History  ~ by M.K Tod Several weeks ago I connected with Beverly Magid who has written two historical fiction novels. Like many others, Beverly has chosen the self-publishing route and I thought it might [...]


Author talk –

Sherman Oaks Library
October 1, 6:30pm

“Women Made A Difference”
Discussion about women’s roles in three eras
Stephen Wise Temple
December 13, 10:30am

Reading for the “No Rules Book Club,”
San Diego, CA
January, 9, 2017

Discussion with “Dine and Discuss,” women’s group,
Los Angeles, CA
January 25, 2017

Beverly signing & selling books
LA Times Book Fest

USC Campus
Noon-2pm, April 12 at Booth 953
(the Greater LA Writers Society booth)

Authors Panel,
May 8, 2014 6pm
Platt Branch, Los Angeles Public Library
23600 Victory Blvd., Woodland Hills, CA
Beverly will read and discuss SOWN IN TEARS

“Big Orange Book Fair”
Chapman University,
1 University Drive, Orange, CA
Authors Pavilion
October 12, 13, 2013

Duarte Book Festival,
October 5
Sponsored by the Friends of Duarte Library, 10am-4pm
Westminster Gardens
1040 Santo Domingo Avenue,
Duarte, CA (just past Pasadena)

Featured on RedRoom ( the week of September 16, along with a guest blog.
Thursday, June 6, 2013
Reading/Signing – 2 Book Clubs
Palos Verdes, CA
May 26, 2013

Vromans Bookstore
695 E. Colorado Blvd.
Pasadena, CAMarch 2, 2013
Grand Avenue Park Book Festival (downtown LA)

Book signing/reading
November 5, 2012
Book reading/signing
Westwood Library
1246 Glendon (near corner of Westwood & Wilshire Blvd) at 6pm.